The Colorado River's Lake Powell and Lake Mead reservoirs haven't been this low since they were first filled up.
CRISPR reached a big milestone this year by treating a disease inside the body—here's what's next for the technology.
Experts say that the marketing for these supplements has outpaced the actual science.
Ganymede is a growing point of interest for astronomers and their search for life.
People living in counties with significant levels of COVID transmission, which amounts to two-thirds of all US counties, should resume masking.
The app’s new 'Shazam for birds' feature was made possible through citizen science. Here's how it all works—and why you should download it.
Here are the most recent COVID-19 stats.
Watching TV in SD isn’t going to save the planet, but you can push for change in other ways.
This summer is turning out to be a particularly fiery one.
Brood X will spend the next 17 years in burrowing, eating, and growing. But the science isn’t completely settled on how the bugs wile away or count their time.
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