'Butterfly Whisperer' Reviving Rare San Francisco SpeciesTim Wong is an aquatic biologist at the California Academy of Sciences, but his real passion lies nearly hidden on the academy’s living roof in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park.
Science Program For Young Women Of Color Aims To Break Glass CeilingAt the Boys and Girls Club of San Francisco, girls are equally welcomed. But that's not always how it is in the rest of the world.
Trump Administration Hollows Out EPA Science Integrity BoardThe Trump administration will not reappoint half the expert members of a board that advises the Environmental Protection Agency on the integrity of its science.
Thousands In SF Join Nationwide March For Science On Earth DayTens of thousands hit the streets of San Francisco Saturday to march for science.
Music Produces Same High As Sex Or DrugsA new study gives new meaning to the phrase, 'sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll.'
Why Do Tomatoes Lose Flavor In The Fridge? Science Has The AnswerIt’s all about the aroma compounds.
Making The Science Fiction Of 'Star Trek' A RealityThe futuristic ideas from the original "Star Trek" series have inspired today's technology...
Sex Robots Hot Topic At London Science ConferenceSex robots - discuss. That is precisely what scientists and academics are doing at a British conference also covering all-too-modern issues like digital intimacy and older Facebook users.
Netflix Launching 'Bill Nye Saves The World'Bill Nye is going to be a Netflix guy.
Ground-Breaking UC Word Cloud Map Could Help ‘Broken Brains’Researchers at the University Of California-Berkeley have developed a word cloud map of the cerebral cortex, a breakthrough they hope may someday help victims of stroke or other maladies that impact speech.
Stanford Scientists Make Plastic From Carbon Dioxide And GrassPetroleum-based plastic products plague our landfills, but Stanford University scientists have figured out a way to make plastic from grass and carbon dioxide.
5 Santa Clara Co. Teens Named Intel Science Talent Search FinalistsFive Santa Clara County high school seniors have been selected as finalists in the this year’s Intel Science Talent Search in Washington D.C.