28th July 2016 in
Apollo astronauts have nearly five times higher mortality from cardiovascular disease
Study suggests deep space radiation, not weightlessness, is to blame.
25th July 2016 in
Climate change scientist speaks up about deniers – and why he’s still hopeful
“Twenty-two years ago, it appeared that we had no path toward solving the challenge of global warming. Today we have many options.”
15th July 2016 in
Educate against racism – and whiteness
Ideologies of race dominance persist in our schools, and educators must actively work to counter them.
7th July 2016 in
Planet discovered in extreme system with three suns
The planet experiences either constant daylight or triple sunrises and sunsets depending on the seasons, which last longer than a human lifetime
4th July 2016 in
A giant impact may have created Mars’ tiny moons
Phobos and Deimos look like asteroids, but a new study suggests they may be the sole survivors of a giant impact that produced many moons no longer in orbit.
28th June 2016 in
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21st June 2016 in
Microscopic astronauts: BIOMEX and the search for life on Mars
If you found life on Mars, would you recognize it?
9th June 2016 in
Japan’s monkeys wash their potatoes and ride deer like horses
Primatologists want the public to know more about Japanese macaques, so they’re writing a book to show off the monkeys’ sometimes quirky behavior.
8th June 2016 in
700,000-year-old hominin remains discovered on remote island of Flores
The 700,000-year-old fossilized remains discovered on the isolated Indonesian island of Flores appear to be ancestors of Homo floresiensis.
23rd May 2016 in
Temperatures to rise about 8°C by 2300 if emissions are not mitigated, new Nature study finds
Increase could be as much as 17 °C in the Arctic.
19th May 2016 in
Researchers find evidence of two mega-tsunamis on Mars
Discovery supports ancient ocean theory and could lead to clues about past life on the red planet.
2nd May 2016 in
Scientists discover nearby planets that could host life
MIT researchers found three potentially habitable planets orbiting an ultracool dwarf star
14th April 2016 in
Two in one: differences in the US justice system for the rich and the poor
One in ten Black males in their thirties is in prison or jail in the United States. A grim reminder that the country has two criminal systems: one for the poor, one for the rich, says expert on sentencing policy.
10th March 2016 in
Expert Dialogue: Gravitational Wave Research
A PhD student and a veteran researcher at LIGO discuss the past, present, and future of their field.
9th March 2016 in
Trump has it, Clinton had it, now Sanders has it
Momentum, that is.
8th March 2016 in
Introducing the h-index on ResearchGate
See your h-index, including and excluding self-citations.
1st March 2016 in
Celebrating women’s contributions to science
We speak with just a few of the many female researchers whose work is moving science forward.
25th February 2016 in
Delayed aging to bring $7.1 trillion by 2060
The economic benefits of living longer and healthier lives are expected to significantly outweigh the costs over the next 50 years.
24th February 2016 in
Podcast: Interstellar exploration is possible within our lifetime
Laser-powered spacecrafts could get to the closest stars in less than 50 years.
23rd February 2016 in
The basics behind ‘Brexit'
What impact would the United Kingdom leaving the European Union have on immigration and trade?
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