This week, Staff Writer Siru Rose Zhu discusses electromagnetic hypersensitivity and its implications in a world that is increasingly reliant on technology.
This week, Science Matters takes a look at the evolutionary pressures behind the striking eyespots of butterflies and caterpillars. By Senior Editor David Dannecker
The flyby of 2004 BL86 on Monday provides the Science Matters blog an excellent chance to delve into the topic of asteroids. By Senior Editor David Dannecker
The Science Matters blog takes a closer look at the issues surrounding the proposed Keystone XL pipeline. By Senior Editor David Dannecker
A welcome post to introduce our new blog feature, Science Matters. Check back every other Wednesday for more. By Senior Editor David Dannecker
China Focus Contributing Writer Yanning Wei talks about the Hukou system and how it has shaped China’s cities.
“Blackfish” has recently sparked debate over SeaWorld’s killer whales. With their own developed culture and incredible intelligence it is clear that killer whales are unfit for captivity, but how much hope is there for them in the future? By Samantha Booras, Senior Editor