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Measles is back, health care workers are racing to contain it, and parents of vulnerable children are frantic. How a fever spread in a tight-knit community.
The countrywide blackout comes after a period of heavy rains, a reminder that the US electric grid itself isn’t ready for extreme weather either.
Gabe Grunewald wanted to help scientists working to fight the rare cancers that strike so many of us. She died on Tuesday, at the age of 32.
In the first episode of Savage Builds, Adam Savage tries to build and control an Iron Man flying suit. But he didn’t quite figure out the controls.
With wildfires intensifying, the number of burn victims is likely to rise. But hospitals have been losing their burn treatment expertise, leaving the country unprepared.
The first trial in which genetic genealogy helped identify a suspect is now underway, and the two sides are sparring over the limits of the new technique.
Scientists are building a case for a mission to Neptune, an ice giant that’s only been visited by a spacecraft once. But the window to act is closing.
The Hornsea Wind Farm is expected to be the largest offshore wind farm in the world. Here’s how much energy is generated from one rotation of a turbine.
A tourist’s jaunt to the ISS is the most expensive camping trip possible, complete with sleeping bag and dehydrated food. But the views are out of this world.
A top secret US nuke installation in Greenland was supposed to end with 600 missiles aimed at the USSR. Instead it opened the door to a huge breakthrough in climate research.
Before the internet or any electronics at all, people used a gadget called the Atwood machine. It might come in handy should modern society take a hit.
Last year, a Chinese scientist tried to give two babies a mutation to protect them from HIV. But that mutation also seems to shave years off people’s lives.