Anyone can help real scientific research by taking part in citizen science projects. It’s so easy you don’t even need to get out of bed.
The Russians probably haven’t discovered alien life, but we do actually know of some organisms that could survive in space.
A majority of Americans don’t fully accept evolution, with over a third outright rejecting it. Here are three other theories that most people don’t reject for being “just a theory”.
We’ve all seen them used to capture stunning video footage. But did you know drones are also working hard on the front lines of science? Here’s a few ways scientists are using them.
It may be a cliché that a picture is worth a thousand words, but a good infographic can really help get an idea across in an accessible way.
Like it or not, it’s Black Friday, so a lot of people will be spending money on stuff they don’t need. If you really have to scratch that itch, why not throw a few bucks at some of these projects?
You don’t need to send satellites into space or strap yourself into a rocket. Here are three very simple ways we can see for ourselves that the surface of the Earth is indeed curved.
Many species live alongside each other, filling slightly different niches. But some actively work together.
If you have an Internet connection, a bit of time and maybe a few bucks to spare, you can help combat quackery, pseudoscience and misinformation.