Introducing an All New Science Page


It’s official: our revamped Science page has launched. Straight from the newsroom, here’s a primer on what you’ll get:

We’ll be featuring the reports from our science correspondent, Miles O’Brien, along with online extras for each piece: blog posts from Miles, extended interviews from the field and more reports and interviews on space, energy and the environment from our online/on-air correspondent, Hari Sreenivasan.

But that’s not all. We’ll have more science features and breaking news. Once a week, a science expert will answer your — and our– questions in a feature called “Just Ask.” Also weekly, we’ll be posting a list of the science stories we’re reading. And we’ll have lesson plans for teachers and a rotating feed of our favorite science folks on Twitter. Be sure to follow us on our very own Twitter feed: @newshoursci.

And importantly, we want to hear from you. Tell us the science stories you want us to explore, send us your questions, and let us know what you think of the new site by leaving comments in the field below or using our feedback form. We invite you to join our e-mail list (sign up in the upper right hand box on the Science page), subscribe to our podcast, friend us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and get ready for a whole new take on the wide world of science.