Harold Kroto shared a Nobel in 1996 for finding a new type of carbon molecule that ignited the field of nanotechnology. Find a passion where with hard work you can be the best, he advises.
The study says rates of thyroid cancer are high for children who lived near the tsunami-crippled nuclear plant in Japan. But other scientists are skeptical of the findings.
Bull trout are dwindling in Montana as their home waters warm and invasive fish devour them. Scooping up threatened fish and moving them higher up the mountain could backfire. Is the risk worth it?
He's a doctor, an imam and a millennial. His ideas about fighting Ebola in Sierra Leone are part of the reason that, this week, the three countries at the center of the epidemic reported no new cases.
Berkeley, Calif., passed a 1-cent-per-ounce tax on sugary beverages in 2014. Researchers say soda prices went up three months after it was implemented a first step toward reducing consumption.
Two decades after his death, Harry Nilsson has become a common cause for a group of artists hellbent on getting him into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. (They even wrote a song about it.)
Florida Rep. Daniel Webster faces a redrawn congressional map that puts his re-election next year in doubt.
A new study published in the journal Science shows that regular use of a specific math-based iPad app significantly improved math performance in elementary school children.
Amazon will require that the goods be factory-free a direct swipe at Etsy, which now allows artisans to work with manufacturers to increase their sales.
Facebook reveals new emojis it's testing to expand the iconic "Like" button. All Tech Considered welcomes a new host, who tries to explain her vision for the blog using Facebook's seven "Reactions."