The first two AAAS Mass Media Fellows to work at Spanish-language news outlets found science coverage sorely needed.
Sri Lanka: Images of Military Zone Reveal No Significant Increase in Public Facilities, AAAS Reports
House floor proceedings to pass a key spending bill yielded few significant changes to science agency budgets, even as the Science Committee shoots for a lower NSF target.
A novel form of interaction between bacteria and tubeworms prompts the worms to switch from free-swimming larvae to sedentary juveniles, researchers report.
Science and Technology to Prevent and Respond to CBRN Disasters: U.S. and South Korean Perspectives - Day Two
Scientists have finally decoded the genome of a jelly-like animal called a ctenophore, and their work suggests that early animal evolution may not have proceeded in a linear way.