Reassurance, rage and racism all feature a week after the vote
Regulators bristle, saying the estimated 10 cents a gallon is not a tax
Scientists implore action and note rising bipartisan demands for action as heat waves and wildfires worsen
Advisory panel recommends scrapping proposed changes to "Common Rule" that governs research involving human subjects
Charles Czeisler, director of the Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School, talked about the dangers of drowsy driving at a recent Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health Forum called Asleep at the Wheel.
Ruling sets the stage for lawsuits that could overturn similar laws across the U.S.
The European Union was about to divvy up its combined commitment to cut carbon emissions, but Brexit could undermine that plan
Greater taxes and trade barriers concern chemical companies
Emissions reduction plans and renewable energy intentions are suddenly in question
Political and economic uncertainty fuels fears over the future of science funding and collaboration
From gunpowder to Nylon to Kevlar, the research-based giant has dominated the state for centuries
Before war and time destroy more of our important cultural sites, we need to save them in 3-D digital libraries
The gene-editing technology’s cancer treatment safety test could start later this year
Many fear a loss of funding, talent, business and collaboration, a former science minister says
Government study puts the state’s high school cannabis use below the national average
A vote to leave the European Union would transform energy policy as well as the fight to curb global warming
Wildlife Conservation Society researcher Ullas Karanth talks about his July, 2016, Scientific American article on state-of-the-art techniques for tracking tigers and estimating their populations and habitat health.
Philly is the biggest U.S. city to slap a tax on sweet drinks, after a bitter battle
After the Orlando massacre some are suggesting the Food and Drug Administration reconsider its policy
It's not just a way station to Mars—it's a way to build new industries