… including our own.
Both are excuses for inaction.
The plan could dramatically shift the mission of the space agency, prioritizing low-Earth orbit activity over distant exploration.
No, this is not a metaphor.
Malaria can alter the behavior of insects that spread it.
Some are skipping the protest and sticking by the president, “alternative facts” and all.
When Avery McRae decided to take on the government’s environmental policies, she had no idea who she’d be up against.
There’s just one problem: other Republicans.
Scientists believe these light-eating bodies come in three sizes, but they haven’t yet confirmed that “medium” truly exists.
It gives us a glimpse of our strange future.
How a close-knit team is thinking about Trump’s immigration order
A South African game reserve has a new strategy for curbing illegal hunting: forensic entomology.
Scientists are working hard to slim them down.
It wields sea anemones like boxing gloves; if it loses one, it makes another by bisecting the remaining one.
The bigger the tree, the greater the diversity of ant species that call it home
New evidence from two caves in Western France deepens an old mystery about our fellow hominins.
The technology isn’t the moral game-changer that some make it out to be.
This mass downscaling stops neurons from becoming saturated—which may be one of the reasons why sleep exists at all.
We asked a time expert.
Multiple studies suggest social conservatives are more attuned to threats—even when they are not real.
More than 380 people have signed a list volunteering their facilities to American-based researchers who are stuck outside the U.S.