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Climate engineering carries serious national security risks − countries facing extreme...

Ben Kravitz, Indiana University and Tyler Felgenhauer, Duke University The historic Paris climate agreement started a mantra from developing...

3 ways to use the solar eclipse to brighten your child’s...

David J. Purpura, Purdue University; Lauren Westerberg, Purdue University, and Sona Kumar, Purdue University When the Moon passes between...

National parks teach students about environmental issues in this course

Seth T. Kannarr, University of Tennessee Uncommon Courses is an occasional series from The Conversation...

I wrote a play for children about integrating the arts into...

Rob Roznowski, Michigan State University Often, science and art are described as starkly different things. That narrative can start...

When authoritative sources hold onto bad data: A legal scholar explains...

Janet Freilich, Fordham University In 2004, Hwang Woo-suk was celebrated for his breakthrough discovery creating cloned human embryos, and...

Seeing what the naked eye can’t − 4 essential reads on...

The microscope is an iconic symbol of the life sciences – and for good reason. From the discovery of the existence of cells to...

When Greenland was green: Ancient soil from beneath a mile of...

Paul Bierman, University of Vermont and Tammy Rittenour, Utah State University About 400,000 years ago, large parts of Greenland...

A Canadian lake holds the key to the beginning of the...

Alejandro Cearreta, Universidad del País Vasco / Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea Leer en español Are we really...

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