by Natasha Geiling Oct 9, 2015
In news that shouldn't need repeating: Americans think it's important for our policy makers to actually understand the science on which they base their policies.
by Lauren C. Williams Sep 29, 2015
"I would just encourage girls just to try it in the beginning, remind them that they don't have to feel naturally drawn or feel like they have a special talent for math or science."
by Josh Israel Sep 29, 2015
"The choice, when they offered to donate tissue, was very easy... I said 'yes, that of course do that.'"
by Katie Valentine Sep 15, 2015
Students in Alabama will now learn about climate change and evolution, under new standards that experts say treat the topics with more scientific accuracy than they did before.
by Lauren C. Williams Aug 25, 2015
In a feat that could possibly trump space-grown lettuce, scientists have cultivated something far more fascinating — a brain.
by Laurel Raymond Aug 21, 2015
Why does it look like the candidates are talking about pooping on treadmills -- and why is it so universally funny?
by Samantha Page Jun 24, 2015
A Dutch court ruled Wednesday that the government has taken "insufficient action against climate change."
by Rupali Srivastava Jun 11, 2015
Women in science face the pipeline problem.
by Katie Valentine Jun 6, 2015
One group wants candidates to realize that science isn't a special interest issue; it's something that impacts all Americans.
by Natasha Geiling May 13, 2015
A new law in Wyoming complicates where and how citizens can obtain data about the condition of the environment across the state.