Today's feature for women's history month is Rosalind Franklin - a pioneer in helping discover the structure of DNA, viruses, and chemical research on coal and carbon.
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Severe Weather Awareness Week is around the corner for many so what can you do to keep yourself and your family safe?
Recently discovered fossils showed the possibility that a ginkgo-like plant may have opened and folded its leaves at night around 250 million years ago.
In 1973, scientists announced their concerns for the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Now, the 1.6 million km patch is disrupting life.
The James Webb Space Telescope has discovered the first galaxy to quench its star formation.
Residents of Turkey and Syria felt impacts from a magnitude 7.8 earthquake on Monday, February 6 - the largest in 84 years for the area.
A new study shows one type of fish may have self -awareness, similar to humans.
An arctic air mass brought record breaking wind chills, stratospheric winds, and frostquakes to parts of the northeast this past weekend.
In this week's weekly science news recap, were going over space, AI technology, and chemistry.
Researchers discover a new medium-density amorphous ice through a process called ball milling.
Artificial Intelligence is taking off, literally. New Canadian AI technology on board a SpaceX rocket is expected to land in Spring of 2023.
One NASA orbiter turned its camera to the Martian planet, to find a bear-y friendly face staring back.