Reports from the forefront of scientific advancements, as well as off-the-beaten-path quirky stories about the strange things researchers do in the name of knowledge and truth. Also, funny hashtags nerds create on Twitter.
EPA deletes climate change information from its own website
Trump wants to eliminate much of Obama's environmental policies.
Snail mail is cool again with the U.S. Post Office’s color-changing eclipse stamp
The U.S. Post Office's first ever color-changing stamp is here.
Study shows female dragonflies play dead to avoid males—and women of Twitter reply ‘same’
Yes, harassment is so bad that women are envying fake insect death.
Scientists aim to grow humans in plastic bag after successful test on baby sheep
Preterm birth complications accounted for nearly one million deaths in 2015 alone.
NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson just broke a major record at the International Space Station
She broke the record set by Jeff Williams.
53 memorable photos from the March for Science
These are the people who set the scene and showcased the best signs.
March for Science continues the fight protesters started during Women’s March
This all felt very familiar.
Thomas Dolby’s March for Science performance of ‘She Blinded Me With Science’ was electric
He blinded us—with science!
Here’s where you can watch the March for Science livestream
Watch the March for Science livestream right here.
Neil deGrasse Tyson warns science denial could dismantle civilization
‘It’s science! It’s not something to toy with!’
What you need to know about joining the March for Science
Everything you need to know, from the marchs start time to the philosophy behind the protest.
‘Bill Nye Saves the World’ gives millennials a grown-up dose of science magic
Science (still) rules.
NASA may have just come closer to discovering life in our solar system
Alien life could be a lot closer than we thought.
Ancient crocodile-like beast has scientists rethinking dinosaur evolution
Fossils from 245 million years ago represent beginning of transition toward earliest dinosaurs.
The 3 things humanity will need to settle Mars
A NASA scientist's list of crucial innovations for a space economy is small but daunting.