It’s in the rules to play dirty in this new soil-themed board game
Scientists designed the free-to-play game 'Dirty Matters' to help us appreciate this overlooked substance.
Why you should update your iPhone ASAP, even if it is ancient
Old and new versions of Apple devices have been subject to a major vulnerability still in the wild.
When humans and dolphins fish together, they both win
A century of shared fishing techniques appears to boost both mammal species' catches.
San Francisco is pushing back against the rise of robotaxis
San Francisco officials note frustration over wasted municipal funds and traffic jams.
Gnarly pink waves crash near San Diego
But don’t panic. It’s for a study on how freshwater and the surfzone interact.
New factory retrofit could reduce a steel plant’s carbon emissions by 90 percent
The steel industry is one of our worst polluters, but new practices could create an almost perfectly closed loop system.
DARPA wants aircraft that can maneuver with a radically different method
The Pentagon's R&D wing is taking the next steps toward developing airplanes that don't use traditional control surfaces like ailerons.
The racist history behind using biology in criminology
Using biology to understand criminal behavior has long been controversial. Top criminology programs are pursuing it anyway.
What to know before you go on your first multi-day hike
Sleeping under the starts requires some prepping.
What the ‘B’ label on your favorite drinks and snacks means
More food companies and restaurants are being certified than ever.