A ridiculous (and dangerous) challenge seemed so implausible that I didn’t believe it was happening. A Md. student set me straight.
A meteor sent fragments of meteorites to Earth last week in Michigan; it was a dazzling fireball display of nature.
Personal data about dozens of New York students was compromised by a former employee of one of the state’s vendors for testing.
Earth’s climate is changing, and temperatures, especially in the Arctic, are getting hotter—by about 1°C since the 1950s.
Pres. Trump’s Interior Dept. has issued new findings saying that the accidental killing of birds from industrial activity will be considered OK.
School buildings that are old or dysfunctional need replacing everywhere. Some students in Wash. are a part of the solution.
Wintry weather, esp. extreme cold, has caused traffic accidents and resulted in school closures across the Northern Hemisphere.
The North American jet stream has undergone significant changes over the past 1,000 years, but most data only look at it from about 1979.
Why are women underrepresented in certain fields, and why do they have less interest in certain careers? Society could be to blame.
When it comes to constraints on real-world systems, nothing does the trick like linear algebra. Here, a factory makes and packages salsa.