Johnson calculated the trajectories for Alan Shepard’s historic first flight into space and the Apollo 11 mission to the moon. Continue reading Let’s not forget about Katherine Johnson, human computer
Not only do they turn animal waste into safe fertilizer, they may also help stem the tide of global warming. Continue reading An epic experiment showed that wetlands help the environment in more ways than one
Morehouse neuroscientists are hopeful that data-driven strategies can help doctors more swiftly detect a disease that kills one American every four minutes. Continue reading Will computers become our first line of defense against stroke?
Selected fellows will receive a $1500 prize, a crash course in science writing, and up to $1000 to attend a science writer’s conference in San Antonio. Continue reading Introducing the HBSciU student science writing fellowship
What science’s top prize and the Oscars have in common. Continue reading #NobelsSoWhite
At the corner of Lindsay Street and Yanceyville Avenue in Greensboro, North Carolina, a nearly 100-year old baseball stadium is crumbling. Continue reading Scientists gave a stadium an ultrasound to reveal its hidden flaws
Research scientists at Howard University are applying the tools of nanotechnology to the age-old problem of water treatment. Continue reading Modifying Water-Purification Membranes with Nanomaterials