There should be more physician-artists in the world. Before photography was developed, doctors could only depend on each other's written descriptions and drawings to communicate what to look for in a fever
It's one part Food Network, one part Mr. Science, two big handfuls of DIY, and probably going to be a whole lot of fun. Science and Cooking: From Haute Cuisine to Soft Matter Science is a free online from
If you're suffering withdrawal symptoms from the National Zoo's "pandacams" — sadly deemed "nonessential" and therefore shut down, along with much of the rest of the government — we have the perfect antidote:
A new fertility treatment has allowed a woman in Japan to give birth, even though she'd stopped producing eggs around four years prior. The new treatment is being called "in vitro activation," and it be
Get out of my coolant intake pipes!!! *shakes fist at jellyfish* In southeastern Sweden, the three reactors that make up the Oskarshamn nuclear power plant provide about a 10th of the nation's total power.
For kids growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area, there's a standard introduction to puberty at many schools: an educational play called Nightmare on Puberty Street. It's a fictional play, and in it,
Call it cloudy with a low chance of meatballs. The alien world Kepler-7b — a very reflective world in big telescopes — has clouds in its upper atmosphere. And scientists have actually been able to map
Sheila Nirenberg didn't think a prosthetic eye was possible. Now, she's seeing the light of the future. "This year's class of MacArthur Fellows is an extraordinary group of individuals who collectively