Happy Valentine’s Day, science fans! We tend to look at the whole world through the lens of science, even Valentine’s Day!
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As millions of Americans finally warm up after last week’s polar vortex event, air temperature is on a lot of people’s minds, especially climate scientists.
Over centuries, thanks to advances in science and technology, we have been piecing together the story of our own human evolution.
GMOs and CRISPR are two examples of genetic engineering that have received a lot of front page news, but genetic engineering has been happening for a long time and often with remarkable results.
As our global family kicks off a brand new year let's take a moment to get a snapshot of our big family by asking the big question: How’s the population doing?
Over time we’ve used science to answer some pretty big questions. Today we continue to learn more and more about life using cutting edge technology and new discoveries, but some of those big questions still remain.
As the holiday shopping hits its peak we see more and more plastic everywhere! All that plastic finds its way to our rivers, oceans, and natural spaces causing much harm to the various ecosystems around the world.
A team of more than 300 Federal and non-federal science experts released a voluntarily-coordinated but governmentally-mandated assessment of the impacts of climate change on the United States, also known as the Fourth National Climate Assessment Volume 2.