Scientific American readers share their personal experiences with this enduring dilemma
The increased darkness, caused by reduced fuel consumption, is a sign that people have fled a region, died there or, at the least, lost access to electricity and fuel because of destroyed infrastructure or power cutoffs.
The March 12 episode features a mock issue of Scientific American
Visualizations show how a devastating measles outbreak could occur when a city loses its herd immunity.
Some of the salty liquid comes from oil and gas wells, and regulations controlling its contents and use vary widely between states and localities
Researchers are trying to develop ways to more quickly and accurately diagnose Alzheimer’s, which might lead to better treatments and understanding in the future
More women are choosing to store their eggs for later pregnancy, a trend that can give women more control over their reproduction