Featured by Erin Biba
Inside the controversial new surgery to transplant human wombs
Pioneering surgeons have made it possible to transplant a human uterus that can bear children, offering hope to millions of women who never thought they could give birth.
Where Disasters Hit Us Hardest [Infographic]
The most likely damage from Mother Nature’s catastrophes, in seven maps
How Sperm Fit Big Things in Small Places
The human body is really great at packing huge things into tiny spaces. Your small intestine, for example, is twenty … Continued
Predicting Wildfires Could Save Lives. So Why Are We So Bad At It?
As average temperatures continue to rise, wildfires in the West are projected to increase 650 percent annually
How To Get Rid Of Animal Testing
From chimp to chip
How Biological Patents Promote Research And Save Lives
Patenting viruses doesn't restrict research--it gives an incentive to do more research.
Why The Government Should Fund Unpopular Science
It's a no-brainer: The government should be spending money on science that nobody else wants to fund.
Don’t Be Afraid Of Your DNA
Privacy is a pipe dream. Let’s start saving lives.
The Way The U.S. Teaches Science Doesn’t Work
Here's how to fix it
Where Is The Next Carl Sagan?
Before people will understand science, scientists must understand people.