That body on the ground outside the high school isn’t what you think. Please don’t call the office. Cool science, though.
Yeah, it’s cold outside—so cold, in fact, that Chicago and a few dozen other cities set records for the lowest maximum on Jan. 1 or 2.
Being in a mainstream classroom can isolate kids with autism and make them feel more “different.” Not good in the long term.
The Keystone Pipeline in South Dakota has spring a leak and dumped hundreds of thousands of gallons of oil onto a field.
With a doom-and-gloom message, Stephen Hawking told a summit meeting in China that we should send a spaceship to our nearest star.
Heat is dangerous, and doctors in Hawaii have identified 27 different mechanisms it can kill you during more frequent summer heat waves.
A few tornadoes caused damaged buildings in the Midwest over the weekend. No serious injuries reported. Yes, in November.
Given that most of us can’t locate important organs, muscles, or other body parts, it’s no wonder health care is so hard.
Part of the puzzle to repairing human spinal cord trauma may be solved by animals that can regenerate the cord.
Mass spectrometry can be used to screen for the presence of opioids, including the elusive synthetic versions and fentanyl. Can it help?