The core tubes being collected by the Perseverance rover won’t arrive for years, but NASA and the European Space Agency are outlining needs for a facility to assess their safety and store and distribute them.
Scientists, community groups, and the Clean Water Act are behind Washington, D.C.’s massive project to reduce combined sewer overflows by 96%.
New technology is bringing better connectivity to remote areas, helping farmers improve crop yields and allowing fisherfolk to venture more safely out into the sea.
Scientists have known for 400 years about a particularity in the way the Sun rotates. It took the world’s most powerful supercomputer to accurately simulate it.
Climate change increases massive storm surges, which may be more than Venice’s flood-control system can handle.
World Sailing, World Athletics, World Rowing, and FIFA made the podium. Seven of the 32 summer Olympic sports federations haven’t even entered the race.
Enhancements to the largely invisible framework will enable researchers to investigate pressing questions about our planet’s future.
Fixed smartphone networks can provide robust early warning of earthquakes at far lower costs than traditional scientific arrays, which is an important consideration for regions with limited resources.
PiAutoStage can automatically digitize and send microscope samples to students and researchers on the cheap and from a distance.
Feast your eyes on Beast, the first remotely operated vehicle to brave the Arctic for 1 year.