New Earth Surveillance Tech Is About to Change Everything, Including Us
New high-resolution satellites, AIs, and data tools are going to let us study Earth, and ourselves, in greater detail than ever before. That's going to come with "unthinkable" problems.
The Next Generation of Super-Sensitive Alien Hunting Telescopes Is Coming
Scientists are building enormous new radio arrays capable of hearing leaks from alien broadcasts, if they exist.
Watch Scientists Express Their Research in Interpretive Dances
Dancers performed as electrons, brain processes, and teaching tools.
A Nobel Winning Biologist Tells Us How Scientists Can Keep the Public's Trust
Venki Ramakrishnan also said the US could risk losing research and innovation power.
In the Age of ‘Alternative Facts,’ Scientists March in Defense of Evidence
Typically apolitical, scientists felt compelled to defend their work outside the AAAS conference in Boston.
How Space Weather Can Influence Elections on Earth
The real alien voter fraud is genuinely coming from outside our planet.
AAAS CEO to Young Scientists: Speak Up. Keep Focused. Carry On.
Rush Holt, former Congressman and physicist, explains how scientists should move forward under the Trump Administration.
Federal Science Funding Will Likely 'Remain in Jeopardy' Under Trump
An Interview with Dr. Rush D Holt, American Association for the Advancement of Science CEO.
Hacker Steals Passwords for Science Site EurekAlert!, Leaks Embargoed News
The site has been taken down to stop more embargoed news being leaked.
Should a UCLA Professor Be Forgiven for the Horrific Death of His Lab Assistant?
In the wake of negligence that led to a tragic death, should a UCLA professor be forgiven?
Scientists to Americans: We're Not Divided on Climate Change
The AAAS hammers the message home that 97 percent of climate scientists agree human-caused climate change is happening.
So, Does Your Health Insurance Cover a New Robot Body?
One of the more WTF "topics":http://news.sciencemag.org/sciencenow/2011/02/machines-that-run-on-human-thoug.html?rss=1 last at last week's AAAS conference in D.C. was, basically, "downloading." Like, in the Battlestar sense, the transfer of...