Robert Hazen is a geologist who plays music–two interests that have a lot in common.
Category: Biography & Profiles
Deep in a South African cave, an astounding discovery reveals clues to what made us human.
Joe Davis is a one-of-a-kind individual sailing uncharted waters between art and science.
Doing science in the Arctic is tough. Here’s why that’s a good thing.
An astonishing find could solve the mystery of Sir John Franklin’s lost expedition.
Astronomer Nancy Roman worked on Hubble’s design and development for more than 25 years.
As the ship Oceanos began to sink, a guitarist aboard helped lift passengers to safety.
He risked his life for the nation and became a world icon, but who was Neil Armstrong?
Urban archaeologists dig for stories beneath city streets.
Dorothy Roseman describes her close encounters with vaccine-preventable diseases.