The company may try again as soon as Sunday to launch the rocket, which carries materials for the space station.
The politicians who not only write laws but also break them know the ins and outs of the tax system. Why not study their examples for a little smart advice?
A nuclear renaissance fizzles as costs soar, green energy makes gains and regulatory pain rises.
Some researchers think turtles evolved the ability to retract and then stretch their necks to snatch prey, not defend themselves in their shells.
The illustrations of Santiago Ramón y Cajal, the father of modern neuroscience, are featured in the new book “The Beautiful Mind.”
A free math camp for middle-school students from New York’s poorest neighborhoods was an effort to increase the number of blacks and Latinos with advanced math degrees.
By CORAL DAVENPORT February 16, 2017 WASHINGTON — Employees of the Environmental Protection Agency have been calling their senators to urge them to vote on Friday against the confirmation of Scott Pruitt, President Trump’s contentious nominee to run the agency, a remarkable display of activism and defiance that presages turbulent times ahead for the… Continue reading
Federal support for science has been getting leaner as countries in Europe and Asia have been ramping up research spending.
February 16, 2017 Trilobites By NICHOLAS ST. FLEUR One day when L. J. Krumenacker was a teenager, he left his home to hunt for fossils. He drove about an hour and a half to Paris Canyon in Bear Lake County in southeastern Idaho and stopped at a foothill covered in sagebrush. Mr…. Continue reading
February 16, 2017 Carl Zimmer Every continent save Antarctica is ringed by vast stretches of seagrass, underwater prairies that together cover an area roughly equal to California. Seagrass meadows, among the most endangered ecosystems on Earth, play an outsize role in the health of the oceans. They shelter important fish species, filter… Continue reading