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NOVA Next:

Inside the derecho that pummeled the Midwest

Dwarf planet Ceres has salty water and appears geologically active

The 2020 Perseid meteor shower peaks tonight

Scientists find warm water beneath Antarctica’s most at-risk glacier 

NOVA Marathons: Animals

NOVA Marathons: Planet Earth

NOVA Marathons: Space & The Universe

The top 10 science stories of 2019

The 10 most popular NOVA stories of 2019

After conquering space, water bears could save the global vaccine and blood supply

Scientists find enzyme that could help create universal blood type

A fuming Glacier National Park faces long-term consequences

NOVA Lens Newsletter:

WHAT’S ON OUR MIND: Terraforming Mars


WHAT’S ON OUR MIND: World Emoji Day


WHAT’S ON OUR MIND: Papua New Guinean Facebook ban?

WHAT’S ON OUR MIND: Hearing “Yanny” versus “Laurel”

WHAT’S ON OUR MIND:  NASA’s InSight goes to Mars

WHAT’S ON YOUR MIND: Cloned vs. cadaveric organs

NOVA PBS’ Website, “NOVA Wonders” Series:

Meet Talithia Williams

Meet Rana el Kaliouby

Meet André Fenton

Science Magazine:

Why dolphins are losing sleep off the coast of Hawaii

Mongabay & Mongabay News:

Will banning trade in fins help endangered sharks? Experts are divided (in collaboration with Ula Chrobak)

Elusive elephants: Determining where 19th century ivory trade victims roamed (also published in Pacific Standard)

Science Notes, University of California, Santa Cruz:

Saving vulnerable giants

Q&A with Claire Kremen, conservation biologist

Storybench, Northeastern University:

Dan Lothian, TV news reporter & businessman, creates media & entrepreneurship class

Journalism graduate student wins 2018 Google News Lab Fellowship

Northeastern alum brings honesty and poise to the HuffPost

Northeastern alum shines as BuzzFeed breaking news reporter

Millennials aren’t watching local TV news, but the reinventing local TV news project aims to change that

Meet the Media Innovation student who builds Boston Globe stories

Northeastern graduate students launch website and magazine covering social justice issues

Jeb Sharp’s podcasting class spells innovation and potential

University of California, San Francisco:

Wearables could catch heart problems that elude your doctor

Preventing disease through social media: UCSF doctor gets creative with health interventions

Solar eclipse eye safety Facebook video

Viewing the solar eclipse? Take precautions to avoid serious eye damage

UCSF advances Mount Sutro Plan to address drought damage, restore health of the Reserve

Google searches could help track cancer incidence, mortality

For the elderly, physical therapy can help straighten a hunched back

Scientific American Guest Blog:

How One Turtle’s Tale Helps Promote Ocean Conservation

Mystery of the Red Tide

AGU’s GeoSpace:

Some corals and scallops better able to handle ocean acidification, study finds

Deposits discovered in Monterey Canyon’s mouth may cause marine landslides, study finds

New study differentiates between Utah’s natural and induced earthquakes


Why do Humpbacks Breach?

Osa Conservation Journals (as part of the Sea Turtle Conservation Program):

La Vida en el Paraiso

The Future of Sea Turtles

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