On April 18, join us in Tiburon for an event with Ira Flatow on the unique challenges and joys of communicating science to ...
In her new book, Jessica J. Lee looks at how humans have moved plants around the globe–and how our migrations are intertwined ...
In the world of emerging infectious diseases, one of the looming threats comes from the so-called zoonotic diseases—pathogens ...
On April 8, the United States, Mexico, and Canada will experience one of nature’s most exciting astronomical phenomena: a ...
Guest host Arielle Duhaime-Ross sits down with the show’s science advisor, Dr. Matt Kenzie, an associate professor of physics ...
On April 15, join us in San Francisco for an event with Ira Flatow on the unique challenges and joys of communicating science ...
The one and only time eclipse observers should remove their glasses is during the brief period of totality, when the moon is fully blocking the sun. But when watching the partial eclipse—whether from ...
Take 2 minutes to record a “mental snapshot” of what you experience during the eclipse. Here’s how: Write one sentence describing something you observed during the eclipse. What do you see? Hear?
For some people, seeing an eclipse is a chance encounter. For umbraphiles, it’s a lifestyle. It doesn’t always work out. Dr. Kate Russo views a 2019 total solar eclipse from the border area of ...
For Naveen Ravindar, a mechanical engineering master’s student at Stanford University and eclipse chaser, experiencing an eclipse is something of a rush. “It’s the sense of awe, amazement, just [a] ...