Programming bacteria like computers, scientists tap an unexpected labor force.
Calling all teachers and students!
A researcher is building a tool that will help police locate a body earlier -- and possibly tell when the victim died.
When the only variable is gender, male students are more likely to be hired for a job, and offered more money, too.
UCLA researchers discover brain damage that previously couldn't be seen until after players died--a finding that could help save players' lives.
Learn to fly with BATS by Falynn Koch
And it looks like it's going to be really cool!
All of the food and all of the facts
This week in New York, a media-infused science extravaganza
Newsworthy eye candy
How Thomson Reuters analyst David Pendlebury makes impressively accurate predictions of who will win.
Dressing up mysticism as quantum physics
Edward Teller's life and work changed life itself.
Crack open those books, kiddies!
Presenting the winners of the 2016 Vizzies
An interview with Peter J. Bentley, PhD, author of The Science of Why S*hit Happens
Information has never looked so beautiful
The backlash to the Science Debate movement has begun
"Being pro-science is the only way we make sure that America continues to lead the world."
Awed at the pace of technological advances, a faction of geeky writers believes our world is about to change so radically that envisioning what comes next is nearly impossible.
We talked with judges from two of the world's most prestigious science fairs to get some tips on how to put together a great project and have an even better time.