Science

LOS ANGELES—NASA announced plans on Wednesday to launch a pair of missions to Venus between 2028 and 2030—its ...
Short Wave reporter Emily Kwong speaks with Janina Jeff, the host and executive producer of In Those Genes, a "science and culture podcast that uses genetics to decode the lost histories of African descendants." They discuss what a person's genetic ancestry test does and does not reveal, and the complicated intersection of genetics, history and race.
Researchers say the concept of achieving herd immunity threshold isn't the right finish line to end the pandemic. It's an elusive number to define in the first place, and it changes under various circumstances. Science correspondent Geoff Brumfiel talks with Maddie about the complexities in even defining the number and what the public should focus on instead.
Little is known about the night-time habits of tiny creatures all around us. Take the jumping spider--it mysteriously can spend much of the night suspended in mid-air, hanging by a thread.
Christian Liden has nurtured a dream since 8th grade: to one day create an engagement ring for his ...
The new names won't replace the scientific names already assigned to new variants, but the WHO said it's making the change to help avoid fueling stigma toward nations where new variants arise.
NASA has released a stunning new picture of our galaxy’s violent, super-energized “downtown.” It's a composite of 370 ...
The CDC will now track only cases of breakthrough infections in which COVID-19 vaccines fail on people who get hospitalized or die. But critics say that's shortsighted and cuts off valuable data.
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Happy Pride, Short Wave Listeners! Here's a fun episode from our archives to celebrate the month!It's another "Back To School" episode where we take a concept you were maybe taught in school as a kid, but didn't really learn or just forgot. Short Wave producer Thomas Lu and host Maddie Sofia go on a journey to explore what a rainbow exactly is and how we see them! We all remember ROY G BIV, right?Email us your Back-To-School ideas at [email protected]
Until recently, plants from only one U.S. facility were approved for use in research. Adding new suppliers will accelerate understanding of cannabis' health effects and possible therapeutic uses.
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Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
In the Amazon rainforest, one species of monkey changed their territorial call to better communicate with a competing species.
Many Asian Americans live daily with the corrosive effects of racism and racialized violence, yet there's very little research funded on Asian American health.
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
A video showing at least nine UFOs swarming a U.S. warship has been confirmed to be true by ...
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