By studying the way leaves shrink when they fossilize, a team of more than 100 high school students could build more accurate models of climate change.
The, erm, splashy future of skyscrapers
Scientists may have discovered the oldest free-flowing source of isolated water ever known.
Atrocities often lead to unmarked graves. A team of scientists is creating better tools to help find them.
Bring a bathing suit, kids, we're going to the Jefferson Memorial.
In his State of the Union Address, Obama promised executive action to reduce pollution and fund alternative fuel research. Got questions? We'll be at the White House later today to get answers for you. UPDATE: The Q&A is over now. Thanks for your great questions!
It's a publicity stunt, but a good one. Chen Guangbiao wants to bring attention to China's air quality problem before it's too late.
This is a whole new kind of waterproof.
A new kind of liquid-repelling coating sends any liquid bouncing, rolling, or wicking away.
The Army Corps of Engineers is nearly out of options for keeping a section of the upper Mississippi River flowing.
The dark side of sushi's surge in popularity.
Okay, we know we're a little late on this, but that's because there was so much amazing stuff to sift through!
A documentary team is using the 3-D imager to quickly digitize generations-old rock carvings before they are lost.
The year's best microscope-assisted science photo wasn't actually a photograph at all, but a video.
AquAdvantage salmon--otherwise known as the "FrankenFish"--has been approved for consumption already. But now the FDA has ruled on its environmental impact, and not everyone agrees with the ruling.