Spring offers us a reminder that each seed is a tiny embryo, and you can hold hundreds or thousands of these plants in your palm.
A virus that inhabits the deep ocean infects methane-eating microorganisms. Continue reading →
Georgetown, Texas, population 48,000, will soon become the largest U.S. city to use only renewable energy. Continue reading →
We spot the Northern lights from above, the largest salt flats on Earth and take a surreal inside look at fruits and veggies.
There are many things in life whose constancy we can rely on -- friends, family, death, taxes -- but our home planet isn't one of them. Things are 'a' changin'. Slooowly. How would you feel about longer days, shorter springs, and a new north star?
Did you miss these stories from this week? Here's your chance to catch up before the weekend hits. Continue reading →
The remote but potentially catastrophic risk of a significant quake in Boston has researchers pondering how to protect the city's fragile historic architecture. Continue reading →
Jupiter's early migration through the inner solar system caused gravitational mayhem, but it ultimately settled to allow Earth to form in a relatively quiet neighborhood.
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