Researchers made a “Google Maps” for global food systems. Could it help us tackle food’s thorniest problems?
This community college in Texas has figured out how to guide its students into geoscience careers.
One geophysicist deviated from his usual work on paleomagnetism to study the magnetic remanence of human brains.
Scientists are listening for faint natural signals during the quiet of coronavirus lockdowns.
The United States has always been a scientific powerhouse, but following a sudden announcement from ICE, some worry that “we’re just going to get so far behind.”
Long before we had satellites beaming terabytes of data back to Earth, we had covert spacecraft the size of school buses snapping photos on rolls of film 50 kilometers long.
A new database reveals dimmer cities, empty farming fields, and vacant ports.
Arctic infrastructure is under threat from thawing permafrost.
How old is Earth’s inner core? High-pressure and high-temperature experiments suggest that our planet’s inner furnace may be much younger than expected.
Otherwise, fossil fuel emissions will return to normal.