An adsorbing science project by Science Buddies
More than 30 worlds have new names drawn from world mythology, literature and history
Students taught to doubt scientists and other authorities may end up doubting their teachers.
Olivia Hallisey, now 17, developed diagnostics for the virus that don’t require electricity or refrigeration
Reflecting on the remarks made by SCOTUS's Scalia and Roberts about the value of Black students in college science classes
A soggy project from Science Buddies
Expected ruling could prevent 18 states from collecting health care information from certain employee health plan administrators
A radioactive science project from Science Buddies
A melodious science project from Science Buddies
This year's expanded range of options could mark a sea change in representations of women and girls with an interest in the sciences
Physicist Lawrence Krauss, who disparages philosophy, acted like a bad philosopher in a recent debate.
Help track the movements of humpback whales between their North Atlantic feeding grounds and their breeding grounds in the Wider Caribbean Region...
An “eary” project from Science Buddies
Jellies are among the Monterey Bay Aquarium's most popular animals—but it takes work to keep the tanks filled
Frontiers for Young Minds hosted its first live review event at the Chabot Space and Science Center as part of the Bay Area Science Festival. Researchers presented their work in 5-minute presentations, and then were questioned by a panel of Young Reviewers – ages 9-17 – in front of a live audience...
Help researchers study changes in thinking skills, decision making and health behavior during adulthood...
Learn about the physics of flight with this soaring science activity
A science writer commuting to work ponders brain implants, schizophrenia, Penrose tiles and God
A drippy science project by Science Buddies
Play a key role in fishing research being conducted by Western Australia’s Department of Fisheries...