#Science

  • Article: 3 Black Girls Cyberbullied at NASA Competition Just Won a $4,000 Science Grant
    Education

    3 Black Girls Cyberbullied at NASA Competition Just Won a $4,000 Science Grant

    By Phineas Rueckert|May 4, 2018

    They’re quickly becoming not-so-hidden figures. Read more

  • Article: Humpback Whales Are Thriving After Coming Close to Extinction
    Environment

    Humpback Whales Are Thriving After Coming Close to Extinction

    By Joe McCarthy|May 3, 2018

    It’s a tale that defies the prevailing trend in conservation news. Read more

  • Article: Why This Beetle Was Named After Leonardo DiCaprio
    Environment

    Why This Beetle Was Named After Leonardo DiCaprio

    By Joe McCarthy|May 2, 2018

    “We didn’t name the beetle because it looks like Leonardo DiCaprio.” Read more

  • Article: This Man Is Swimming Across the Pacific in the Name of Science
    Environment

    This Man Is Swimming Across the Pacific in the Name of Science

    April 30, 2018|News Deeply

    He'll be swimming from Tokyo to San Francisco to raise awareness about ocean pollution. Read more

  • Article: This Adorable Salamander May Help Doctors Cure Paralysis
    Health

    This Adorable Salamander May Help Doctors Cure Paralysis

    By Joe McCarthy|April 24, 2018

    Around 15% of the global population has some form of disability. Read more

  • Article: 1,500 Bird Species Are Facing Extinction Thanks to Climate Change
    Environment

    1,500 Bird Species Are Facing Extinction Thanks to Climate Change

    By Joe McCarthy|April 24, 2018

    “The data are unequivocal.” Read more

  • Article: Great Barrier Reef Is Half Dead — and Can Only Be Saved 1 Way
    Environment

    Great Barrier Reef Is Half Dead — and Can Only Be Saved 1 Way

    By Joe McCarthy|April 19, 2018

    “We’re in uncharted territory.” Read more

  • Article: These Are the Most Inspiring Signs from the March for Science
    Citizenship

    These Are the Most Inspiring Signs from the March for Science

    By Daniele Selby|April 16, 2018

    From the US to Germany to South Africa, people marched in support of science. Read more