Last week’s announcement of the discovery of an earthlike planet just 4.2 light years away put astronomy on the front page, drowning out – if just for a moment – the unceasing political barrage of a U.S. election year. But beyond the headlines, we wanted to take readers back to Proxima b, the earthlike planet […]
NASA’s COMPASS team, wants to send an autonomous submarine to Titan that would roam around, up and down these giant lakes. Here’s the link:
With the stroke of a pen, U.S. President Barack Obama has created the largest sanctuary for ocean life in the world. Here’s the link:
New research published in Science magazine has pushed the Greenland Shark into the record books as the oldest living vertebrate in the world. Here’s the link:
But new science released today, along with example after example from the natural world, suggests that ‘survival’ may not be about beating the other guy, or about random genetic advantage. It turns out cooperation can play a big role in establishing who is the fittest. Here’s the link:
But, some new science released Monday may give old tires a new, environmentally-friendly future. Here’s the link:
You may have seen some headlines this week about the discovery of a fifth fundamental force of nature. Maybe you even read a bit about it, but then probably quit reading, because… particle physics, quanta, bosons, force carriers… Step away from the articles: We’re here to help.