As China’s space program heats up, they aim to launch 60 missions in 2022 alone, breaking the world record of 55 missions set just last year.
Through the tireless efforts of volunteers and animal rescue organizations, Ukraine’s animals are given a second chance at survival.
Thanks to the efforts of these highly skilled dogs, rhinos at the Mankwe Wildlife Reserve are safer from poachers than ever before.
Watch this short interview with NASA Administrator Bill Nelson about the Artemis program and NASA’s plans to return humans to the moon in 2025.
You may not be able to teach a fish how to climb a tree, but can you teach it to drive? Read about this remarkable study to find out.
Learn how chimpanzees use insects to treat wounds and care for others.
Environmental activism is hugely important, but so is mental health. Learn how a courageous new wave of activists reconcile the two.
Watch the video and consider what the myth teaches us about science and nature.
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Read about how student activists from all over the world gathered at the Climate Change Conference to make their voices heard about the planet and their future on it.
Space trash is another manmade pollutant humans must address before it is too late. Read about one company’s efforts.
Many times, it is not the natural world mimicking the manmade world, but rather the other way around. Read about how mantis shrimp are inspiring new photography technology.
Look at the top illusions of the past year.
Next time you throw something at a sibling or friend in annoyance, think about how this is an example of advanced social dynamics. Read about how octopuses are capable of this act as well.
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Researchers are evaluating the effect that a dose of the wilderness can have on troubled young people.
Explore this site to find out how to prepare for all kinds of disasters, from drought to winter storms.
Being frightened can feel stressful, agonizing, or even exciting. But does it serve a purpose? This article explains how fear has helped humans survive and thrive.
Even though they aren’t in a math class, rhesus macaques can be trained to connect numerical values with symbols and give the correct answers to math problems. Dig deeper into the study about how monkeys learn.