Exploring bleeding edge experiments, oddities, new and bizarre dicoveries, and fact-checking conspiracy theories since 2008. No question is out of bounds and no topic is too strange for a deep dive.
If Darwin never published his treatise, we'd still have a theory of evolution almost identical to the one we have today thanks to his contemporaries.
No good deed goes unpunished, including writing a science book that will get critiqued by scientists who aren't shy about getting pedantic.
Don't worry about retractions or bad papers being discovered by scientists trying to build on and replicate each other's work. That's exactly how science advances.
American voters want scientists to solve their problems out of sight and out of mind. They certainly don't want them in office.
Jokes don't have to be just funny or scientifically accurate. Comedian Brian Malow is on a mission to show they can be both.
Is becoming a scientist really worth it today? Surprisingly, a lot of PhDs are recommending against it.
When it's getting harder and harder to make truly profound, world-changing discoveries, we have to double down on skepticism to make sure we don't lead ourselves astray.
Scientifically illiterate politicians on the cultural warpath and their fans convinced millions that scientists lead a charmed life in ivory towers. Spoiler alert: they do not.
The military is running out of nerds and worries it doesn't have enough to develop and control its future high tech weapons. But the government isn't about to incentivize STEM students with anything other than PR...