You know how the story goes. Gender discrimination is baked into science, and women were barred from the ...
People have been planning for this month's total solar eclipse for years. They aren't the first to do so: the Victorians pioneered eclipse tourism.
Astronomers have worked out that Jupiter's Great Red Spot is a massive storm system, but what keeps a storm going for hundreds of years?
When we talk about inspiring girls to study STEM, do we also consider how important it is to ...
The apprenticeship model is cutting us off from addressing today’s complex questions. Fortunately, social avenues like ResearchGate and MCubed can help.
Humans may have inhabited the Americas much longer than initially suspected. But questions like who these people were remain unanswered.
In recent years, astronomers have broadened their search for habitable planets to include previously ignored stars like M-dwarves.
Clues have emerged in a very cold case: the Copper Age killing of Ötzi the Iceman. What do we know about this well-preserved mummy?
Science has always been political, with questions about who pays for research, and who gets to do it, influencing the type of work that gets done.
Six female scientists—historical and contemporary—who don’t have much name recognition but who have done important, interesting work.