Wildlife provides a context for teaching empathy
Wildlife provides a context for teaching empathy
Parents can use wildlife as a valuable context for teaching their children to care for others.
Epic safaris outside of Africa
Epic safaris outside of Africa
Experience amazing wildlife expeditions outside of Africa.
Indigenous peoples manage or own at least one quarter of world's land surface
Indigenous peoples manage or own at least one quarter of world's land surface
A new study sheds light on the large portion of the world's land that Indigenous peoples own and the implications of this ownership.
Researchers analyze conditions that facilitate cooperation in nature
Researchers analyze conditions that facilitate cooperation in nature
Research team develops a mathematical model of how individual animals inherit their social connections.
Venice grapples with sea-level rise
Rick Docksai - Jan 13, 2020
Venice is struggling with rising sea levels.
Diet has fast impacts on sperm quality
Rick Docksai - Jan 12, 2020
Men could boost their own fertility in just one to two weeks just by cleaning up their diet.
Space Force Ensure U.S. Control of the 'High Ground,' Says Trump
Rick Docksai - Jan 10, 2020
President Trump and officials praise the newly forming Space Force.
Boys, girls are equally good at math, researchers say
Rick Docksai - Dec 28, 2019
While women are underrepresented in STEM fields, it is not because their brains aren't good at science and math, according to researchers.
Scientist undergoes brain operation to cure alcoholism
Rick Docksai - Dec 28, 2019
A disease researcher with a deadly drinking habit credits a brain operation with giving him his life back.
The Amazon is starting to 'self-destruct,' scientists warn
Rick Docksai - Dec 28, 2019
The Amazon needs a major intervention, a scientific magazine warns.
Scientists try to revive coral reefs with fish-enticing audio
Rick Docksai - Dec 15, 2019
Audio sounds that attract fish could help breathe new life into dead coral reefs.
Opioid alternatives increase risk of suicide
Rick Docksai - Dec 02, 2019
Increased use of non-opioid drugs may be contributing to rising suicide rates.
Car crashes are rising fast in states where marijuana is legal
Rick Docksai - Nov 20, 2019
Car crashes are increasingly a problem in marijuana-legal states, and lawmakers are unsure what to do about it.
Superfast star found leaving Milky Way at 1,700km per second
Clint Huston - Nov 14, 2019
A star is flying fast and it's heading outside the galaxy.
Vice President Pence visits Ames Center
Jose Jefferies - Nov 12, 2019
VP Pence heads to Ames to push for budget increase.
NASA to air Boeing Starliner abort test
Harry Marcolis - Nov 04, 2019
NASA TV will live a massive abort test this week.
Arctic ice may be melting faster than expected, study reports
Tobi Gerdes - Oct 31, 2019
A new study shows that past research may have underestimated the pace at which the arctic ice is melting.
Archaeologists unearth long-lost Aztec tower of skulls
David Sims - Oct 31, 2019
The tower was described in contemporary accounts of the Spanish conquistadores when they captured the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan, which later became Mexico City.
Astronomers discover extremely luminous nova
Laurel Kornfeld - Oct 31, 2019
First nova ever found in Small Magellanic Cloud is studied in multiple wavelengths.
Auroras at Jupiter's poles act independently
Laurel Kornfeld - Oct 31, 2019
Researchers take advantage of rare opportunity to observe polar regions through Juno mission and space telescopes.
Astronomers find another potentially habitable planet 11 light-years away
Mark Schwartz - Oct 31, 2019
Astronomers discovered a potentially Earth-like planet just 11 light-years from Earth. They said that it is at the right distance from its star to have liquid water and a climate mild enough to sustain life.
Galaxy Note 9 to launch ahead of schedule
Leah Williams - Oct 31, 2019
Samsung reports an early release of their next generation Galaxy smartphones in wake of low sales.