The Wikimedia of cartography pulls data from satellites to calculate snow depths for skiers, assist emergency responders, and so much...
Lakeside living comes with a new premium: flooding and lots of uncertainty.
One massive rail project, 10 millennia of history, 60-plus excavation sites, 143 miles of track, and thousands of skeletons.
Paleontologists pull inspiration from modern birds and reptiles to design true-to-life T. rexes.
Agriculture is our number-one carbon polluter, but a return to old ways could reverse the trend.
The country must decide the fate of more than 90,000 dams, many of which are in disrepair.
Mongolians’ DNA says they can’t digest milk, yet their diet relies on dairy. A researcher investigates why.
A new wave of research probes how Fido went from fierce to friendly.
Those affected can hear all right, but when it’s noisy, they can’t understand.
An entire town went quiet so the world’s most iconic violin could be immortalized.
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