Today in science: Happy birthday Albert J. Myer EarthSky
As you check your local weather forecast today, give a nod to Albert J. Myer, born on this date in 1828, who helped to establish the US National Weather *Service*.
Antarctica discovery: Scientists stunned by major discovery - ramifications across globe Express.co.uk
ANTARCTICA scientists were stunned after making a major discovery at the polar region, with possible ramifications across the globe.
Climate scientists prepare for largest ever Arctic expedition The Guardian
Hundreds of researchers will spend year on ship improving understanding of sea ice.
The climate strike is all about indoctrination, not science New York Post
Kids in the city will be missing school today for the nationwide “Climate Strike.” They might see it as a small sacrifice: Who needs an education to prepare for ...
Scientists Identify Neurons That Help the Brain Forget The New York Times
In mice, cells in the hypothalamus clear out old memories while the animals sleep.
'We have a responsibility': why scientists worldwide are striking for climate change Nature.com
From Bangkok to Brisbane, researchers will be among those protesting on 20 September to urge action on global warming.
What kind of researcher did sex offender Jeffrey Epstein like to fund? He told Science before he died Science Magazine
In August 2017, I received an email from publicist Masha Drokova asking whether I wanted to interview her client, Jeffrey Epstein. “I saw your piece on [President ...
EPA signals retreat from controversial 'secret science' rule Science Magazine
Plan to limit use of certain studies had drawn widespread criticism.
Gordon Research Conferences Science Magazine
The 2019 Gordon Research Conference schedule was published on pages 1320 to 1328 of this issue of the print version of Science. The current schedule can ...
Kashmir's communication blackout is a 'devastating blow' for academics, researchers say Science Magazine
All five universities remain closed and internet is disconnected in India's only majority-Muslim state.
The human imperative of stabilizing global climate change at 1.5°C Science Magazine
Climate change will be the greatest threat to humanity and global ecosystems in the coming years, and there is a pressing need to understand and communicate ...
Global trends in antimicrobial resistance in animals in low- and middle-income countries Science Magazine
Most antibiotic use is for livestock, and it is growing with the increase in global demand for meat. It is unclear what the increase in demand for antibiotics means ...
Editor's Note Science Magazine
We thank Dr. Wynn-Grant for her thoughts, which have provoked useful discussions among our reporters and editors. We are sorry that our story's language was ...
On reporting scientific and racial history Science Magazine
In his News Feature “Science's debt to the slave trade” (5 April, p. 16), S. Kean discusses the role of the slave trade in 18th-century European science with an ...
Cleaning up plastic pollution in Africa Science Magazine
Plastic waste pollution, aggravated by inefficient waste collection and limited recycling capabilities, is prevalent across Africa. However, the continent also has a ...
Dust from asteroid breakup veiled and cooled Earth Science Magazine
Faced with a dangerously warming world, would-be geoengineers have dreamed up ways to quickly turn down the heat. One proposed technique: spreading a ...
A new scientific agenda for Mexico Science Magazine
In his Editorial “Quo vadis, Mexican science?” (26 July, p. 301), A. Lazcano expressed concern about cuts to the budget of the Mexican National Council of ...
John Robert Schrieffer (1931–2019) Science Magazine
John Robert (“Bob”) Schrieffer, one of the leading theoretical physicists of the past century, passed away on 27 July. He was 88. His seminal work with physicists ...
Evolutionary flexibility in flooding response circuitry in angiosperms Science Magazine
Some plants tolerate flooding better than others. Reynoso et al. compared gene regulatory networks activated by flooding in rice, which is adapted to flooding, ...
Sickle cell drug raises hopes and doubts Science Magazine
A new drug for sickle cell disease, a grave genetic malady that afflicts an estimated 100,000 people in the United States alone and has no truly effective therapy, ...