A poster at the March for Science in Washington, D.C.

Science May Not Be Political, But The March For Science Sure Was

Despite claims that the March for Science was nonpartisan, there was a lot of anger directed at President Trump.


Marchers for science in Washington, D.C.
Newsy Staff

What Motivates People To March For Science?

Hand holding up a microscope
March for Science

Why Scientists Are Marching For Science

Person holding a cell phone
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A Court Ruled That Cellphone Use Caused Someone's Brain Tumor

Apple logo on a building
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Apple Wants To Make Your iPhone A Lot More Eco-Friendly

A naked mole rat
Tim Evanson / CC BY SA 2.0

The World's Weirdest Mammal Keeps Surprising Scientists

Collecting plastics in the Arctic Ocean
© Anna Deniaud / Tara Expeditions Foundation

The Arctic Ocean Now Has Its Own Garbage Patch

Doctors performing surgery
Sasint / CC0

Gender Bias In Medical Testing Puts Women's Health At Risk

A monitor displays a website in front of a Google ad.
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Why Google Might Be Building An Ad Blocker Into Chrome

Takara and her calf

The Last Orca To Be Born At SeaWorld Just Arrived

Neil deGrasse Tyson
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Neil DeGrasse Tyson To Politicians: You Don't Get To Deny Science

Young giraffe in Botswana
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Giraffes Are Dying Out, But US Still Doesn't Label Them 'Endangered'

Radar images of near-earth asteroids
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

The Asteroids You Should Keep An Eye On This Year

A Malaysia Airlines plane
Auckland Photo News / CC BY 2.0

Malaysia Airlines Has A New Way To Track Its Planes After Flight MH370

A screenshot from Facebook Spaces

Facebook Finally Has A Virtual Reality Product

A man running
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Exercise Is Contagious — Especially If You Already Like It

Frog sitting on ground
Sanil George and Jessica Shartouny

This Frog's Slime Could Help Kill The Flu Virus

Las Vegas will soon have vending machines that dispense clean needles for drug users.
Southern Nevada Health District

Las Vegas Will Soon Have Vending Machines That Dispense Clean Needles

Cygnus spacecraft approaching the International Space Station

NASA Launches Spacecraft Named After John Glenn To Resupply ISS

A frame from a simulated asteroid landing
Los Alamos National Laboratory

No, An Asteroid Hitting The Ocean Wouldn't Cause Waves Of Destruction

Giant shipworm removed from its shell

This 5-Foot 'Worm' Lives In A Shell And Runs On Sulphur

Dried-up river bed
University of Washington

A Shrinking Glacier In Canada Made A River Disappear

Brown howler monkey
Peter Schoen / CC BY SA 2.0

A Lot Of Monkeys Are Dying In Brazil, And Humans Aren't Helping

Petermann Glacier

Scientists Don't Know What Caused A Crack In This Greenland Glacier

CIA Director Mike Pompeo and Julian Assange
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CIA Director Calls WikiLeaks A 'Hostile Intelligence Service'

An octopus on the seafloor
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

The Ocean Floor Is Full Of Useful Metals — But Also Fragile Ecosystems

Engineer stands in front of James Webb telescope's first few mirrors

How Does NASA Transport A Massive $9 Billion Telescope?

Nintendo NES Classic Edition

Say Goodbye To The NES Classic

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Diabetes Diagnoses On The Rise In US Children

Saturn's moon Enceladus

Saturn's Moon Enceladus Shows Possible Hints Of Life

An ocelot crossing sign in Texas
Jeff B / CC BY 2.0

A Border Wall Would Be Bad News For Wild Cats