Researchers at Newcastle University in the UK have found yet another way the polar ice melt is affecting the Antarctic landscape. We'll talk with one the authors of a study that found the ground that was pushed into the Earth's crust by the heavy ice is springing back faster than expected.
NASA has Ok’d the construction of a new Mars probe that will study the interior of the red planet and provide some insight into how planets like Earth were created.
Anthropologists in Argentina have uncovered bones of what they say may have been the biggest dinosaur that ever lived.
Scientists have developed a new experimental malaria vaccine that uses a protein to trap and kill the disease causing parasites.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released its annual Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook this past week. We’ll have a report that examines some of the tools forecasters use to make their predictions.
Back in the 1980’s American pop artist Andy Warhol did some experimentation with what was then a brand new computer called the Amiga. We’ll find out how art and science came together to save Warhol's computer art.
These stories and more are coming up for you on VOA's science, health and technology magazine, "Science World."