One hundred years ago this week, protests set China on a path to scientific modernity.
A slew of new companies are selling bacteria they say can improve our health.
The political action committee is conducting a series of trainings for STEM professionals.
Academics at U.S. schools are being recruited to help build the Chinese economy.
Under the new policy, academic study authors will have to share their raw data, leaving it vulnerable to distortion, some worry.
Anthropologist Kathryn Clancy studies harassment that occurs among science researchers, and finds it's prevalent and not often reported.
The silky strands made by spiders are strong and supple. Now, scientists in Michigan are using genetic engineering to reproduce spider silk for a wide range of uses, including military uniforms.