NASA’s Parker Solar Probe Could Help Solve One of the Mysteries of Our Sun

The temperature around the sun is millions of times hotter than the sun’s surface itself.

Steam Power Might Help in Space Exploration

NASA is funding a steam-powered spacecraft.

Nanotyrannus and the Skeptical Criteria for Species

A historical example of how classifying a species can sometimes be very confusing.

Interview with Bluebird Director of Science Lex Pelger on CBD

A cannabis expert shares what he knows about the science of CBD.

It Is Possible Jupiter Could Support Life, Scientists Say

The chances of it happening are pretty slim though.

Crustaceans Help Track Movements of Prehistoric Whales

When tiny animals hitch a ride on baleen whales, they also record their movements.

New Antarctic Dinosaurs on Display at Field Museum

It’s a great way to spend an afternoon or a day off.

How to “Weigh” Baby Planets

Weighing without using a scale.

The Science of Netflix’s Lost in Space

Science geeks and sci-fi freaks have enjoyed and will continue to enjoy it.

NASA Explores the Use of Robotic Bees on Mars

Marsbees could cover a lot more ground on the Red Planet than sluggish rovers.

Why Stephen Hawking Was Afraid of Aliens

“Meeting an advanced civilization could be like Native Americans encountering Columbus,” he said.

Pee, Poop, and Perspiration Will Be Useful in Traveling to Mars

Astronauts’ waste will not be wasted.

Bill Nye Shares Some Facts and Opinions on Marijuana

It definitely wasn’t your average interview.

Recents studies show how coffee is good for your health

The idea that coffee is good for you is not a new one.

Three Old Scientific Concepts Getting a Modern Look

The ancients often got it wrong about science — but they weren’t that far off.

What Can Quartz Crystals Really Do?

Quartz is cherished for its properties, but I’m not talking about magic.

The Fascinating and Beautiful, Yet Not So Cute Cuttlefish

A truly bizarre marine creature.

The Search for Alien Life: We Have Been Looking in the Wrong Places

If there are any, aliens should be less conspicuous and charismatic-looking than most people think.

Marijuana Scientists Are Getting High Wages

By the year 2020, it is predicted the marijuana science industry will be employing about 300,000 individuals.

From paleontology to radioactivity: 5 Amazing Women Scientists

These were revolutionary female role models with passions and smarts who would prove that it did not have to be a man’s world.