Why Was Texas so Susceptible to Hurricane Harvey and How Does Climate Change Contribute?

The connection to climate change is more intricate than you’d think.

New Technology Could Keep Bees Buzzing for Years to Come

It’s high time we do something to protect them.

How technology is revolutionizing medicine

Medicine accelerating fast thanks to new tech like bionic eyes or implants that enable paraplegics to walks again.

Your family history might say a lot about your health history

Your family history might tell a lot about your own health.

How to beat anxiety — according to science

Are you particularly critical of yourself and the blunders you make? Here’s to get over it.

Experience The Various Stages Of The Great American Solar Eclipse

It’s almost here!

New technologies and gadgets can help the mobility-impaired

Thankfully, science and technology have done a lot to alleviate the difficulties associated with these conditions.

Why Banning Styrofoam Will Improve the Environment

Styrofoam needs to go!

What is Mitochondrial DNA and Mitochondrial Inheritance

Mitochondrial DNA is inherited only from the mother, and there’s a lot we can learn starting from this basic fact.

Why it’s important to wind down before you go to bed

If you’re having trouble sleeping at night, read on.

Ancient artifacts and one of the earliest cave paintings in the world found in Indonesia

A cave dig in Indonesia has unearthed a unique collection of prehistoric ornaments and artworks that date back in some instances to at least 30,000 years ago.

What does gestural communication of great apes tell us about human language?

Our language is one of the features that define us as human beings and distance us from all other animals.

Why water drops splash: a non-trivial mystery explained

Droplets exhibit natural beauty and conceal complex physics that scientists have been trying to figure out for decades

How to Rebuff a Climate Denier: the proper way to fight alternative facts with actual facts

Insights from cognitive science.

The Crocodilian Revolution: amazing myths and facts about crocodiles

From Herodotus two thousand years ago to school textbooks of the 1990s, people have called crocodilians not just lazy, but stupid. This is completely untrue!

How humans are bringing tigers to the brink of extinction

It’s a tough time to be a tiger.

The Origins of Water Ice on Mercury

Who would expect water on the nearest planet to the Sun?

5 Career Paths in Environmental Sustainability

How you can make a difference — and get a career as well.

The Profitability of Green Infrastructure

The only constant is change. Seasons change, ecosystems change, the climate changes and people change.

Healthy Snacks That Might Boost Work Productivity

Gimme some of that avocado, I got a lot of work to do.