This episode, part of a Complexly pilot, explores one of journalism’s most pernicious problems: the problem of false balance, especially as it affects science reporting.
Forty-two years after Carl Woese defined archaea as the third domain of life, scientists are still learning about these ancient organisms in ways that could help us learn more about eukaryotes.
A previously unappreciated interaction in the genome turns out to have possibly been one of the driving forces in the emergence of advanced life, billions of years ago.
Scientists used a wearable device to accurately predict the risk of falling in older adults — a step toward improving preventative medicine and health care.
Researchers are creating artificial structures that they hope will create a new home for coral larvae and increase the rate of coral regeneration.
What if antiviral drugs could evolve along with viruses? A group of researchers is exploring this question to approach the problem of antiviral drug resistance.
A look at the career of an astrobiologist who is exploring the possibility of life on Mars and what this means for human exploration to the planet.
How does a bike lane influence traffic speeds? What happens when the speed limit is changed? Researchers answers these questions through data visualizations.