Kay Frydenborg introduces her middle-grade book, Wild Horse Scientists, about the horses of Assateague Island and the people who study and work with them.
This post in the Spotlight on Science Writers series comes from Sandra Markle, author of The Case of the Vanishing Golden Frogs.
In Nairobi, GIST Tech-I finalists transformed their ideas into business plans for great social impact.
The moths' visual processes slow down in low light so that the insects can keep track of wind-tossed flowers that provide nectar.
This unique mammal found in tropical Asia and Africa is covered in spiky scales.
Another installment in a series about amazing organisms you might not have heard of.
No foreman necessary: These robots sense changes in their local environment and use those cues to build without detailed supervision.
Students hunted down bedbugs and scoured fish markets to find material for their DNA barcoding project.