Dark splotches in the Milky Way, visible to the naked eye in dark skies, mark areas where starlight has been extinguished by dust.
Early marine life may have protected themselves by making skeletons from phosphorus instead of calcium.
Climate change has become a political football in the last 20 years, but now both conservatives and liberals are tackling the issue.
Fibers from our clothes are choking freshwater bodies with microplastic pollution. Solving the problem won’t be easy.
America’s first offshore wind farm now powers a small East Coast island. Is the tech finally ready for prime time in the U.S.?
Ants are the prototypical social insect, and yet we’re only just discovering what makes their society tick.
Scientists everywhere are asking, what role should they play in advocating for their field?
Inspired by birds, bats, and the Wright brothers, engineers are building the next breakthrough in aviation.