“Is there life out there?” It’s the one question that has puzzled humankind for centuries.
State-level legislation that restricts abortions would create “abortion care deserts” that primarily impact people of color and those in poverty.
Threats from fire, drought and insects could reshape U.S. forests.
Fundamental questions remain about what factors limit tree growth. A new study may hold answers.
New research suggests that abnormalities associated with aging sperm cells might be exacerbated by elevated body mass index.
Valeria Molinero, distinguished professor of chemistry, and Erik Jorgensen, distinguished professor the School of Biological Sciences, were elected as members of the National Academy of Sciences.
A new book from sociology Marcel Paret explores social dynamics in post-apartheid South Africa.
Air monitoring also found variation in air pollution levels between the schools’ playgrounds and the pick-up/drop-off lines.
Michelle Litchman aims to make living with diabetes easier by driving health policy, researching black market insulin and developing and hosting one-day boot camps.
A case study in a Mexican ranching village shows how communities’ resilience depends on whether the scale of their preparation matches the scale of challenges they may face.