Earth is changing faster than anyone can comprehend. Every day, more forests burn, more glaciers melt and more evidence of the world's ancient cultures slips away. Change of some kind is, of course, inevitable
The She Can STEM Camp at the National Air and Space Museum is a one-of-a-kind experience that introduces young women to the science of flight, exposing them to diverse careers in aviation and STEM fields.
The findings show how the ancient civilization adapted farming practices in the face of environmental challenges. Deep within a rainforest in Belize, scientists using lasers beamed from an airplane to
A cardboard craft that can satisfy the need for speed? Sign us up. Sputnik 1's 98-minute jaunt around the planet in 1957 ignited a passion for space among amateur rocketeers that endures today. Models
The tiny bot is expected to launch from U.S. soil in 2021. The U.K. is sending a robotic space exploration rover to the moon, in what will be a first for the country. The rover is a four-legged robot by
Experts will discuss ways to mitigate antibiotic resistance at an upcoming panel discussion. It's been almost a century since the discovery of penicillin kicked off the era of antibiotics. Over the decades,
With 80 known moons, the ringed planet has more natural satellites than any other planet. With help from a big telescope and a little detective work, astronomers have discovered 20 new moons in orbit Saturn.
Managed retreat, or the act of moving populations out of areas at risk of climate change-driven issues such as recurring floods or wildfires, is often discussed as if it’s an option that will only be far