As it turns out, science says that Valentine’s Day is not the sexiest holiday of them all.
It’s Charles Darwin’s birthday and a reminder that we kinda owe our lives to evolution.
There are no heavenly escape hatches. Our Pale Blue Dot is the only home we have and we need to start treating it that way.
SpaceX successfully launched its Falcon Heavy Rocket, the most powerful rocket ever. If you missed it, we’ve got you covered here.
What motivates someone to be a hero? Why would a person risk his or her life for a stranger? The answers may be more complicated than we think.
Want to know how politicians undermine good science? In Not a Scientist, Dave Levitan exposes the B.S. in today’s anti-science political rhetoric.
Curious about the evidence for evolution? This short video will get you started.
The Sixth Extinction explores the tragedy of past extinctions and the reality of currently endangered species. It reminds us that all life is temporary.
What if artificial intelligence surpasses us the way we have our primate cousins? Will it decide that it knows what’s best for the planet?
People used to think that light originated from the eyes, but then science came along and ruined the idea forever.
“On Immunity” reminds us that we are vulnerable and dangerous creatures, one small part of a larger organism and, for better or worse, interdependent.
A hike through the forest may have us looking at everything but the flourishing underworld beneath our feet.
Are humans basically good? Not necessarily when an authority is present.
As it turns out, knowing someone in a faith brings with it warmer feelings for that faith.
What would you do if there were only 15,000 humans left on the planet? One species is that close to disappearing forever.