Featured by Emily Gertz
This Month In Zoo Babies
2014 is off to a cute start.
Cancer Cells Tamed By Trip To Outer Space
Low-grav experiments may point the way toward more effective treatments on Earth
2013 Was Another Year Of Extreme Weather Across the U.S.
Rain, drought, and temperatures broke records in locales nationwide
Researchers Create Micro-Flyer That “Swims” in Air
This miniature flying machine moves like a jellyfish, not like a bee.
Infographic: Scientists Who Doubt Human-Caused Climate Change
A survey of the past year's papers demonstrates that the science is in on global warming.
Gamers Have Ordered $1 Million In Pizza Hut Through Xbox 360
That's in just four months, too
As Lower Levels Melt, Penguins Climb Ice Cliffs To Breed
Antarctic emperor penguins may be adapting to diminishing sea ice by scaling towering coastal glaciers to lay their eggs.
Fewer Reindeer, More Wildfires: Welcome To The Arctic In 2013
The Arctic's "new normal" includes more plants, less snow
Climatologist: Nuclear Power Only Way To Curb Climate Disruption
Addressing the American Geophysical Union, James Hansen urges fellow scientists to study, share facts on nuclear energy
6 DIY Gadgets That Will Care For Your Pet While You’re Away
Using Arduino or other micro-controllers, build a device to automatically feed, water, or snap photos of your pet