Detailed satellite images reveal the web of connections that sustain life on Earth.
Beneath the frozen Antarctic ice, Earth’s plate tectonic machinery roars. Mt. Erebus, the southernmost active volcano in the world, is a window into this internal machinery.
A planet-wide cooling trend that began nearly 50 million years ago is reversing due to climate change, scientists report.
“We now have mass-fatality wildfires—specifically civilian fatalities."
Unpredictable weather and old-school internet create out of the ordinary conditions for living and research.
As the C-17 plane door opened, NOVA’s science editor looked upon what looked like a painting of a faraway planet.
Brief exposures to high temperatures compromise rice plants’ ability to relay genetic information.
Members of the NOVA team are headed to Antarctica to report on science research at the bottom of the Earth. Here's their second dispatch.