Today, science is revealing new ways music taps into ancient pathways in the brain, and technology is allowing music to be composed in new and innovative ways.
What faraway places might humans travel to someday, and how will we get there?
We speak with asteroid researcher Dr. Alan Harris, astrophysicist Dr. Sergey Zamozdra, computational physicist Dr. Cathy Plesko, and physicist Dr. Andy Cheng.
Aaron and INO begin their Cenozoic adventure searching for survivors of the asteroid impact that caused the extinction of dinosaurs.
Aaron and INO are on a collision course with the asteroid that caused the dinosaur extinction.
We hear from a scientist about asteroids, supernovas and the sun, and from two writers about what they imagine the end of the world will be like.
NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft has spent four years stalking Bennu, an asteroid that could one day collide with Earth.
It’s the most famous mass extinction of all time, but we’re only just starting to understand the impact that killed the (ancient) dinosaurs.
NPR science correspondent Nell Greenfieldboyce shares a cautionary tale of a scientific mission that was almost too successful.
In this sorting activity, students will practice sorting the objects in the solar system by characteristics used by scientists.