“We are putting [carbon dioxide] into the atmosphere in volumes we haven’t seen before," said NASA's new administrator. "We are responsible for it.”
Future spacecraft will scan for biomarkers of life in the ocean of Jupiter's moon.
Women with high levels of testosterone—like Olympic gold medalist Caster Semenya—must either compete against men or take medication.
Advocates say attacks on science and deregulation would continue under the agency's number two.
Kersti Kaljulaid, Estonia’s youngest and first female president, lays out her plans for moving the country from a traditional state to a digital society.
Baby herring adapt to extra carbon dioxide in the water; cod and clams, not so much.
Engineers hope a special heat shield will keep the craft cool while it collects space weather info.
"We are going to have to be appreciative of what we get.”
Scientists want to know more about risk factors, gun epidemiology, and whether laws work.
New rules could make it easier to remove faculty members who harass or assault grad students and postdocs.