High school bullying, whether it is an online spat or ostracism in the lunchroom, is fairly common. But despite its prevalence, bullying can be difficult to discuss.
Research results will have implications for many other lakes in the U.S. and around the world that are also experiencing toxic blooms.
Fairly and efficiently distributing food is a large and complicated problem and a team of engineers set out to make it work better.
The new online production, Plum Landing, teaches kids core science concepts and gets them exploring their worlds through online webisodes, games, an app, videos and hands-on activities.
COASST studies seasonal patterns of ocean debris to aid in the clean up of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
With the increase of cross-species disease it is important to understand how disease, species-interactions and biodiversity interact.
A sixth-grade student’s science fair project led to the discovery that erythritol, a sugar alcohol in Truvia, may be a human-safe insecticide.
This University of Washington course and competition encourages students to create projects the incorporate the core principles of neural engineering.
Patricia Wright of Stoney Brook University explains why owl monkeys are devoted fathers and nocturnal.
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania model neural structures in the brain to better understand traumatic brain injury.
Bees are critically important to both ecology and economy in the United States; learning about their gut microbes could help them thrive.
From microbes to plants and large predators, every organism on Earth has evolved unique survival mechanisms and research has shown us how this biodiversity can help society.