As a giant complex of thunderstorms blew across Iowa and into Illinois and Missouri on June 14, the GOES-16 weather satellite was watching — and
In their monthly climate reports released today, both NASA and NOAA agree that last month was fourth warmest among all Mays dating back to 1800.
He is arguably the most famous ancient American baby: an infant First American whose partial remains were found 50 years ago on a Montana ranch.
When Qiaomei Fu got her hands on a 22,000-year-old panda skull in 2014, she was both surprised and elated. An expert in paleogenomics, Fu had
I’ll have another post later today with some of the geology news of the weekend, including the eruptions in Kīlauea and Fernandina, along with the
Rather than declining, CO2 levels in the atmosphere are rising thanks to continuing growth in emissions of the climate-altering gas The Paris Agreement was intended to turn the
From June 18 to June 24 we celebrate the pollinators that make most of our food possible. This week, take a moment to make and
The history of math is murky, predating any written records. When did humans first grasp the basic concept of a number? What about size and
There is a growing research literature on the ‘Neuroscience of Love’. But what exactly is this ‘love’ that is being studied? Sociologist Gabriel Abend asks
The eruption that started near Leilani Estates on Kīlauea’s Lower East Rift Zone is now in its second month and so far, there is little