The literature has failed to acknowledge many female researchers, especially those from marginalized backgrounds. But a new generation of historians is changing the narrative, says a Nature Editorial.
While studying for his master’s degree at the University of Oxford, Adam Mastroianni confronted a fear common to many party goers: Would he get stuck in a conversation with no polite way out?, asks Cathleen O’Grady
The creature probably stood about 29.5 inches tall, was about 8 feet long and walked on its two hind feet, paleontology curator said, says Adela Suliman
New concept for rocket thruster exploits the mechanism behind solar flares, says Raphael Rosen from the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
A ‘blue bang’ sparks an unusual type of lightning in the upper atmosphere, says Maria Temming.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the UN’s flagship plan to end poverty and protect the environment. Researchers need to launch a rapid response, says a Nature Editorial.
Scientists have discovered an ancient lakebed buried under a mile of ice in Greenland, providing a glimpse of what the remote region looked like in the past—and how it might look in a future shaped by human-driven climate change. The…