There’s no way to know for sure, but Margaret Ann Neve was one of them.
A 765,000-person study argues that unusually warm nights are a public-health hazard.
An analysis of thousands of scientific papers dating back to 1950 shows female researchers are cited less frequently.
The Juno spacecraft has made several close flybys of the gas giant, revealing massive cyclones—and other weird features beneath its surface.
There’s a good chance you’ll survive. But the effects can be lasting.
An outbreak shows the slippery slope between benign and deadly.
The virus showed up months—or even years—before anyone realized it was there. And Miami proved to be the perfect gateway into the U.S.
His proposal would gut federal enforcement and effectively halt many Superfund cleanups.
… and perhaps more importantly: when?
They’re so steady that you can balance a dead one on a single leg.
While the space agency would see cuts across most of its programs, it has been spared the worst compared to the government’s other research agencies.
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Researchers used freeze-dried sperm that spent nine months on the International Space Station to produce healthy pups on Earth.
They act as a “social vaccine” that protects female students against negative stereotypes and gives them a sense of belonging.
Its hundreds of varieties are earning it the same cachet as coffee or chocolate.
Astronomers all over the world are rushing to train their telescopes on it.
“I didn’t want to screw it up,” thought Kate Rubins, the first person to carry out this experiment in microgravity.
A series of energy revolutions—some natural, some technological—built upon one another to give us our rich, diverse biosphere.
Incensed by attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act, several Democratic physicians are planning to run for office.
The interaction between radio transmissions and high-energy particles in space sometimes forms a shield around the planet, protecting it from dangerous cosmic phenomena.