In 2020, the Latest Mars Rover Will Land on Jezero Crater
Martian samples from the Jerezo creater could help refine our estimates of the ages of geologic features on planetary surfaces.
Bacterial Tug of War May Cause Acne
By 2030, Earth’s Climate Could Look Like It Did 3 Million Years Ago
A planet-wide cooling trend that began nearly 50 million years ago is reversing due to climate change, scientists report.
Molecular Fossils Offer Universal Way to Track Climate Change
New Lightning Detector in Space Could Revolutionize Meteorology
Inside the Mind of a Left-Hander
Left-handedness is much more than a trivial paw preference: It may be a useful lens through which to examine brain development.
Drone Monitoring of Volcanoes Could Improve Warning Times
Drones can go where volcanologists can’t, giving researchers access to potentially life-saving data.