Articles

01/24/17

Neurons die with grace

Neuroscientist Emily Lowry’s ongoing research on how and why nerve cells die has implications for Alzheimer’s, ALS and beyond.

01/18/17

Scientists are concerned and troubled by the Trump administration

Research could wither if the federal funding it depends on becomes scarce or disappears.

01/17/17

We can’t see it or feel it, but we know it’s out there. Probably.

Learn how we know about dark matter, the best attempts so far to explain what it is, and the experiments that are trying to detect it.

11/29/16

Condensed Matters: Science in Short

Learn about the standard model, dark matter and consciousness in less than 6 minutes.

Nadja Oertelt

Co-founder and CEO, Massive Science

11/15/16

Searching for bird poop helped us understand the origins of the universe

How do you win a Nobel Prize? Persistence, patience and some very stubborn birds.

11/07/16

Dark Matter makes up a quarter of our universe, but we still have no idea what it is

The discovery of the Higgs boson points us in the right direction, but we’re still feeling our way through the dark.

10/10/16

“Where Are All The Aliens?”

The best answers to an old, tantalizing question

Gabe Stein

Co-founder and CEO