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Dig Deep
Dig Deep

The Geoduck Diver

Hozoji Matheson-Margullis is widely recognized for her pummeling drum chops. But at 37, the emerging marine biologist is making waves at the forefront of Native American STEM in an age of climate change and Trump.
Brian Anderson
4.14.18
electronic minds
electronic minds

To Boldly Transcend All Limits: The Visionary Legacy of Stephen Hawking

Hawking was not only a top scientist, but also a great science writer and a visionary thinker interested in space exploration and colonization, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and the long-term future of our species.
Giulio Prisco
3.14.18
Stephen Hawking
Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking Has Died at 76

Hawking was one of humanity's most important scientists and leaves behind an ongoing project to send a small spacecraft to Earth's closest star system.
Jason Koebler
3.14.18
Conservation
Conservation

Most Hunt Management Plans Aren’t Based in Science

In a new study, 60 percent of plans—spanning Canadian provinces and US states—lacked a scientific approach.
Lisa Cumming
3.7.18
The Most Unknown
The Most Unknown

Watch the Trailer for 'The Most Unknown,' Motherboard's First Feature Documentary

We sent nine scientists across the world on a quest to explore the biggest questions in science, all to find out what drives discovery.
Derek Mead
Thobey Campion
2.22.18
Black History Month
Black History Month

The Future of Science Is Black

I did not struggle through the academy as a Black girl from a marginalized socio-economic background just to teach white people that Black peoples are human.
Cynthia Malone
2.13.18
SCIENCE
SCIENCE

Cloudflare Terminates Service to 'The Pirate Bay of Science'

Supporters tell Sci-Hub to “stay strong” while academic publications celebrate their victory.
Rebecca Flowers
2.9.18
Shutdown
Shutdown

The National Science Foundation Completely Took Down Its Website During Government Shutdown

“Due to the lapse in government funding, National Science Foundation websites will be unavailable until further notice.”
Daniel Oberhaus
1.22.18
Moveable
Moveable

Will Exoskeletons Give Us Superpowers?

All the strength of a body builder, with none of the body oil. We test out the latest bionic enhancements in the first episode of FLUX.
Theo Gibson
1.18.18
tech diversity
tech diversity

Study Finds Women and Minorities in STEM Are Discriminated Against, to the Shock of No One

Diversity efforts in science and technology aren't successfully combating discrimination, finds Pew Research Center.
Sarah Emerson
1.9.18
Mysterious Tubers
Mysterious Tubers

Why Did Twitter Censor This Innocuous Icicle Growing in My Window?

An investigation into "sensitive material."
Caroline Haskins
1.9.18
credit
credit

Co-Authored Biomedical Papers List Men as First Authors More Frequently Than Women

Even papers that indicated authors had “contributed equally,” male-female listing was statistically more frequent than female-male listing.
Rebecca Flowers
1.4.18