Irrigation is more than just throwing water on a field—it can be a nuanced chemical conversation between humans and plants
One of the driest countries on earth now makes more freshwater than it needs
A rare appearance by enigmatic Shinichi Mochizuki brings faint optimism about his famously impenetrable work
Jim Papadopoulos has spent a lifetime pondering the maths of bikes in motion. Now his work has found fresh momentum
Presidential candidates begin to make clear their stark differences on climate change, energy production and stem cell research
Deciphering mathematical card tricks is a wonderful pastime, but it can get you into some bizarre predicaments
For the first time since 1939, the New York Botanical Garden has coaxed a corpse flower to open its massive bloom and flood the greenhouse with the stench of sewers and rotting meat.