Science & Technology

Migration Collapse of Monarch Butterflies Leads to Worry and Questions

Fewer and fewer monarch butterflies make the trip from western North America to overwintering areas along the Californian coast. A non-native host plant and climate change could be to blame.

Science & Technology

How Geographers Map the Path of COVID-19

When, where, and how? Geographic information systems (GIS) help scientists track the spread of Coronavirus across the world.

Arts & Humanities

Idan Dershowitz on How He Discovered The Shapira Deuteronomy Fragments Might be Real

Since the 1880s, the infamous Shapira scroll has been considered a forgery. Then, just last week, biblical scholar Idan Dershowitz caused a sensation by arguing that it might not only be real, but actually the oldest biblical manuscript ever found. We sat down with Idan to talk about the context and implications of his discovery.

Science & Technology

No regrets! How to cut back on Facebook rants

Do you always plan out what you post and comment on Facebook? Probably not. But you can learn from your past how to avoid regretful posts and wasted time in the future.

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