Posted: November 23, 2022

Question Your World: When Did Our Ancestors Start Cooking?

'Tis the season for a science story about cooking. This one goes out to the whole human family!

Question Your World: When Did Our Ancestors Start Cooking?
Posted: October 27, 2022

Prehistoric Property: Fossil Hunting IN the Science Museum

If you look closely at the Science Museum's limestone façade, you can see tiny fossils embedded into the walls!

Prehistoric Property: Fossil Hunting IN the Science Museum
Posted: October 10, 2022

Houston, We Have a … Head Cold!

Apollo 7 was full of firsts. Not only was it the first crewed mission of the Apollo program, but it also marked the first head cold in space!

Houston, We Have a … Head Cold!
Posted: September 7, 2022

Science + History: Remembering the Galveston Hurricane of 1900

When it comes to extreme weather, giving communities time to prepare can drastically reduce the impact a storm may have. The 1900 Galveston Hurricane showed just how devastating a lack of forewarning can be.

Science + History: Remembering the Galveston Hurricane of 1900
Posted: August 24, 2022

Biology of Skin Tones

Skin comes in a wide variety of colors and shades, perfectly described as a sepia rainbow. Let's explore how the body's ability to synthesize vitamin D influences skin tone.

Biology of Skin Tones