Coming to television for the first time ever in an animated series, the Cat in the Hat whisks pre-schoolers off on a voyage of scientific discovery.
Knowing the addresses of a thousand galaxies yielded a remarkable picture of our universe.
A scientist dives beneath the surface of the frigid Antarctic ice sheet.
A tablespoon of olive oil is put into a lake. After 10 min, a half-acre of waves are gone.
What’s behind the death of a tiny creature with an outsized role in the Antarctic?
Deep in the ocean, animals that flash, sparkle, and glow use light to survive in the dark.
How has the land shaped our lives, from the arrival of the first Americans to today?
A giant cauldron of magma simmering beneath Yellowstone is threatening to blow.
How did massive volcanic eruptions, inland seas, and land bridges pave the way for life?
Two scientists scan islands off Panama for clues to determine how the country was formed.