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Catherine Woods is a 2015 mass media science and engineering fellow at the American Association for the Advancement of Science. She worked with the PBS NewsHour in the summer of 2015.
In 2017, a new NASA satellite called ICESat-2 will measure how fast ice is melting in order to estimate how soon coastal cities might suffer from sea level rise.
People can’t get enough information about artificial sweeteners. Do they help you diet? Do they make you fat? Are they healthier than sugar? Are they healthy? Six artificial sweeteners have passed toxicology tests and been deemed safe by the Food…
NASA this week released photographs of the far side of the moon, providing a lunar perspective we rarely get to see. But why is the dark side of the moon, as it's known, so elusive to the Earthbound?…
You didn’t inherit your tongue rolling ability from your parents.
A new study sheds light on the office thermostat battle. Women prefer warmer office climates than men because of their different body composition.
It’s a T-shirt kind of day in Washington, DC: 85 degrees with 63 percent humidity. We all know those numbers mean hot, but what exactly does that humidity percentage tell us? And why should we care? Below, some facts on…
snap-click. ahh. gulp. -- Familiar sounds at a summer BBQ. Get to know your carbonated beverage.
Researchers detect high levels of banned toxic chemicals in whales in the Mediterranean Sea.
Researchers bring smart technology to cotton wearables.
Neuroscientists find speedometers in the brain using a "Flintstone-like" car.
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