by Sam P.K. Collins Posted on April 9, 2015
The recent study has the potential to add a scientific layer to an ongoing conversation.
by Sam P.K. Collins Posted on April 6, 2015
But there are still significant barriers to research.
by Jessica Goldstein Posted on April 2, 2015
"We want to help change the public perception of what a scientist looks like."
by Katie Valentine Posted on February 27, 2015
Wyoming had been the first state to reject science education standards that included topics such as climate change and evolution.
by Jessica Goldstein Posted on February 5, 2015
On Brian Williams, the psychology of memory, and how we all want to make ourselves the hero of the story.
by Emily Atkin Posted on January 27, 2015
The state House of Representatives took the first step on what still could be a long road toward teaching climate change in state public schools.
by Katie Valentine Posted on January 14, 2015
The board's decision comes after pressure from West Virginians, who felt that the standards didn't accurately portray the science of climate change.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Posted on January 2, 2015
Two thirds of cancers are largely caused by random gene mutations, according to Johns Hopkins researchers.
by Emily Atkin Posted on December 23, 2014
"I can never predict what kind of question I will get from this president,” Holdren said.
by Emily Atkin Posted on November 19, 2014
Opponents of the legislation argued on the House floor that the bill represented a "wolf in sheep's clothing" -- a disingenuous play for "transparency" within the EPA, when all Republicans really want is less EPA regulation.