Featured by Emily Gertz
What Kennedy’s Supreme Court departure means for the environment
New cases, shifting strategies, and the uncertainty of a reshuffled bench
Scientist Gives Himself Fecal Transplant To Try A Hunter-Gatherer’s Microbiome
Why a field researcher from America has exposed his colon to the gut microbiome of a tribesman from Tanzania
Dramatic Ice Loss Is Messing With Antarctica’s Gravity
But don't worry, the penguins won't float away
Climate Week 2014: The Wrap-Up
Climate Week's big pledges included preserving forests and investing in renewable energy. Now those promises need to be kept.
Why These 15 Scientists Marched For Climate Change Action
“There is no point in doing the research if no one is going to listen to the results,” says one researcher.
Live-Blogging The United Nations Climate Summit
Popular Science is inside the U.N., where 150 heads of state are talking global warming. Will they put momentum behind an international treaty in 2015?
Next Week Is Climate Week
From a mass march for action to a United Nations summit, PopSci will be there
Artificial Sweeteners May Contribute to Metabolic Disorders
Evidence suggests sugar substitutes aggravate diabetes and obesity.
23andMe Decides It Won’t Automatically Reunite Long Lost Relatives
The DNA testing service reverses course in favor of users' privacy.
Texas Considers Textbooks That Contain Climate Change Denial
Texas Schoolbook Massacre