• Dr. Allen Hynek on Project Blue Book: What You Need to Know

    Dr. J. Allen Hynek, a college professor recruited by the Air Force to research UFO sightings, is the real-life scientist that Project Blue Book is based off.

  • When It Comes to Brain Tumors, a Patient’s Sex Matters

  • 15 Best Chemistry Sets for Kids: The Ultimate List

  • Steven Avery Administered Brain Fingerprinting Test

  • SpaceX Live Stream: Watch Webcast About the Moon Flight

  • Rivers Flood Often During Hurricanes, but Get Less Attention Than Coastlines

    Widespread flooding in North Carolina from Hurricane Florence shows the need for better advance planning in inland areas of the south and mid-Atlantic, especially near rivers.

  • Petrichor: Why You Can Smell Rain

  • Why We Need Helium More Than Ever 150 Years After Its Discovery

  • Genetically Modified Mosquitoes Could Curb Disease Transmission

  • Tons of Plastic Trash Enter the Great Lakes Every Year – Where Does It Go?

  • Kelvin Droegemeier: A Respected Scientist Joins Trump’s White House

    Nineteen months in, Trump has nominated a Kelvin Droegemeier to fill the empty science adviser position. History demonstrates that the role is at least as political as it is scientific.

  • Could Different Cultures Teach Us Something About Dementia?

  • The Infantilization of Western Culture

  • What Elephants’ Unique Brain Structures Suggest About Their Mental Abilities

  • Why Vaccine Opponents Think They Know More Than Medical Experts

  • Humans Gave Leprosy to Armadillos – Now They Are Giving It Back to Us

  • Designed to Deceive: How Gambling Distorts Reality & Hooks Your Brain

  • Dewayne Johnson: What’s Next After Jury Finds Monsanto Liable in Roundup Cancer Trial

  • Breast Implants to Ice Cube Trays: How Silicone Took Over Our Kitchens

  • Toxic Red Tide: What’s Causing Florida’s Algae Crisis?

    Red tide and a blue-green algae outbreak are fouling hundreds of miles of coast, killing fish and driving tourists away from beaches.

  • Climate Change & Wildfires: How Do We Know If There’s a Link?

  • CRISPR & ‘Genome Vandalism: What We Know

  • Genetic Testing: Should I Get Tested for Alzheimer’s Risk?

  • Does Monsanto’s Roundup Cause Cancer?

  • How Summer & Diet Damage Your DNA & What You Can Do

    Scientists have long thought regions of DNA called telomeres control how long you live. We are now learning that it is your diet and lifestyle that shape your telomeres.

  • Are We Alone? The Question Is Worthy of Serious Scientific Study

  • Milking Cows for Data – Not Just Dairy Products

  • Extreme Stress in Childhood Is Toxic to Your DNA

  • Is Being Hangry a Real Thing? Here’s the Science Behind the Feeling

  • Should I Kill Spiders in My Home? An Entomologist Explains Why Not To

    Here is why you should be nice to spiders you encounter in your home and consider a live-and-let-live policy.