While NASA and space enthusiasts have been talking about privatizing the ISS for years, Monday’s announcement is the first time the idea has been officially endorsed by the White House.
Athletes rely on secret chemicals and technicians to make skis both glide and grip.
The falling cost of genome sequencing means the World Anti-Doping Agency could build a genetic baseline for every athlete.
Internal emails show Administrator Scott Pruitt personally ordered science to be scrubbed away.
Over the holidays, an Antarctic expedition is traveling 500 miles to map ice sheet thickness and sea level rise.
German scientists are teaming up with a Belgian dredging company to design robots that won't disrupt fragile seabed ecosystems.
If the Arctic gets warmer, the northern winds get weaker, possibly leading to big drops in clean energy.
National prestige and athletic glory will likely keep tempting some athletes.
Jim Bridenstine faces a hostile GOP on climate—but he also needs to build cred with NASA scientists.
For the first time in Antarctic history, a team will try to restart equipment and generators that have been sitting at -67°F. It might not work.