Coming this fall: The new myth-busters are wiz kids. One has a bachelor’s degree in physics from a Texas university.
NASA will once again launch astronauts into space from US soil, the 1st time since the Shuttle was retired in 2011.
A Puerto Rican hurricane may have killed a much higher number of people than the government’s official estimate of 64.
Lesson plans at all levels, from the Pulitzer Center in partnership with The New York Times, help share info about climate change.
Rain, rain, and more rain. The flooding all this rain has brought could set recovery efforts in the Chesapeake Bay back a bit.
A paid internship at the Nature Conservancy exposes city students to environmental careers. 22 years running.
Research continues to build showing teens should listen to their bodies when it comes to sleep. Schools should adjust if necessary.
Outdoor instruction with exploration built in has yielded results that beat learning in a classroom, new research out of Norway suggests.
The neurons in the brain make fewer connections in dim light, but they recover quickly after bright light returns.
The lunar eclipse Wednesday before sunrise will be a rare event. Not as rare as some on social media claim. But rare enough.