Over 150 years later, science continues to confirm most of Darwin’s conjectures. Produced by WGBH/Nova.

Were people in North America long before the “first Americans”? Investigate the evidence using this interactive map. Produced by WGBH/Nova.

The Ocean Adventures team has opened up their collective journal, kept throughout the expedition, to share with the public their thoughts and experiences along the way. Read through the excerpted entries below to learn about daily life aboard the Searcher … Continue reading

In this time line, track some of the scientific milestones (blue) that led up to Everett’s theory and see how the idea of parallel worlds showed up in science fiction (red) all along the way. Produced by WGBH/Nova.

On the 18th anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope’s launch, NASA released new telescope images of galaxies colliding. Collisions and mergers drive galaxies’ evolution. Each merger takes hundreds of millions of years, and most galaxies — including our own Milky … Continue reading

Join NPR on a year-long expedition around the world to explore how climate changes people and how people change climate.  Click on a topic to explore a global warming issue, or click on a map region to see what we … Continue reading

There are currently seventeen identified penguin species living around the world, from the equator to the Antarctic.  In the Antarctic, it has been said, there are only two kinds of penguins: the white ones coming toward you, and the black … Continue reading

For a glimpse of how future cars may be powered, start by looking at the past. Produced by WGBH/Nova.

Learn about nanotechnology as you set a nanorobot’s charge to negative, neutral or positive. Use the nanobot’s charge to guide it through a nano obstacle course. Produced by TPT/DragonflyTV.

Hear Steven Pinker, Rodney Brooks, and other experts offer their insights on what it means to be smart. Produced by WGBH/Nova.

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