We’re getting closer to understanding why the sea sometimes glows
A chance encounter with a rare phenomenon called a milky sea connects a sailor and a scientist to explain the ocean’s ghostly glow.
Why Microsoft is rolling back its AI-powered facial analysis tech
Plus, here's what Facebook and Zoom have been doing in this problematic field.
See inside Glen Canyon Dam as Lake Powell levels drop
The hydropower plant that powers about a quarter of a million homes is run by a team of mechanics, electricians and more.
The world’s largest hybrid ship will set sail in 2024
With an 11.5-megawatt-hour battery system, the 639-foot Saint-Malo will ply the waters between France and England.
Ever heard of giant bacteria? This new species is way bigger and weirder.
A newly discovered bacteria challenges the rules of cells, puzzling microbiologists.
How Apple wants to kill those annoying CAPTCHA tests
It's a fascinating solution to the annoyance of clicking on images to prove you are not a bot.
Heat stress might curdle the dairy industry
Heat is stressing out cattle, which is a problem for farmers and cheese-lovers.
This is the largest freshwater fish ever caught
Accidentally hooked by a Cambodian fisherman, the incredible 661-pound catch was weighed, tagged, and released.
This outbreak simulator predicted the strange twists in our pandemic behavior
Well before COVID, Operation Outbreak started as an educational exercise for teens. What lessons does it hold for us today?
5 ways to get Craiyon, formerly Dall-E mini, to bend to your will
We call this: strategic weirdness.