An analysis of timber used to construct buildings in Europe hundreds of years ago is giving scientists and historians new insights into the region’s history from the 13th to 17th centuries.
The radioactive remains of nuclear testing during the Cold War and from nuclear disasters like Chernobyl are still with us and can be found in some of the remotest glaciers on Earth.
Third Pod from the Sun talks with pioneering geophysicist Xavier Le Pichon about what it was like to be a young scientist challenging deeply held theories.
We’re joining with over 200 other news outlets and organizations in a weeklong initiative to prove the power of journalism in telling “the defining story of our time.”
In the latest episode of its Centennial series, AGU’s Third Pod from the Sun interviews the curator of the Apollo Moon rocks.
In the latest episode of its special series, AGU’s Third Pod from the Sun features scientists whose work found the source of a hole in the sky.
A graduate student studying tectonics found himself caught in a disaster at the end of fieldwork in the Himalayas.
A new report from the Union of Concerned Scientists says that scientists and universities need to be prepared to respond to broad open records requests.
Top stories at the 2014 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting include new findings about methane on Mars, the warming Arctic, and the California drought.