It's not just movie moguls and politicians; the problem is rampant in STEM fields as well. But recent moves by major organizations could mark a sea change in addressing this entrenched, degrading behavior.
What advice do I have for graduate students? Tl;dr: It's okay to get help
Although not all the studies agree, most climate scientists argue that, yes, Antarctica is losing mass in a warming world
On his last day at a consciousness conference, a reporter spots a white rabbit and discovers the solution to the mind–body problem
Scientists are wary of new research showing more ice on frozen continent
La Antártida sufrirá un gran derretimiento si continuamos quemando combustibles fósiles al ritmo actual.
Antarctica will suffer a major meltdown if we continue to burn fossil fuels at the present pace
Scientists have been surprised to find water pooling beneath the ice
Temperatures in all 50 U.S. states dipped to freezing or below on Tuesday as an unseasonably cold blast of weather moved across the country, while heavy snow prompted a state of emergency in western New York State
Dan Falk discusses his latest book, The Science of Shakespeare: A New Look at the Playwright's Universe
Refrozen meltwater causes sinuous layers of ice to build up beneath the flat expanse of the Greenland Ice Sheet
Overflowing in-boxes and confusion greet relieved researchers after the 16-day partial government shutdown
The shutdown may force evacuation of U.S. research stations
Blog of the Week:Contagions is a blog written by Michelle Ziegler (Twitter, Facebook, the other two blogs by Michelle - Heavenfield and Selah - are focused entirely on history and not on medicine or science).
Blog of the Week:Russ Williams is the Director of the North Carolina Zoological Society and, as far as I know, the only "director of a zoo" who blogs.
The revelation comes after days of speculation on whether the years-long effort had finally achieved its goal
I decided to put together links to all the Q&As I did with the participants of the ScienceOnline conferences so far. Many people who came once try to keep coming back again and again, each year.
The discovery that some Antarctic ice sheets grow from the bottom surprises scientists
Our picks for the top 10 science stories of the year were published this week, but who cares what editors at Scientific American think? Below is a list of the stories and features that visitors to our Web site clicked on the most this year.
Some recent and past Scientific American coverage of global warming