For a dozen KSJ fellows and associates, a two-day visit to the marine research complex offers an immersion in sophisticated ocean science, from submersibles to cuttlefish.
A photo essay by Chloé Hecketsweiler describes a day in the life of Meals on Wheels, and Maura O’Connor’s book on de-extinction gets a prestigious review.
Meera Subramanian says she’s drawn ever deeper into the question that spurred her to write “A River Runs Again”: How should humans and the planet coexist?
“The technology may be old, but it’s still the best in class”: an update on the orbiting X-ray telescope, launched by NASA with big assists from MIT and Harvard.
To kick off their 2016-17 year, Knight Science Journalism fellows share stories from their careers — what they’ve learned and what they hope to take away.
The author’s new book outlines what we know — and what we do not know — about the bacteria that reside in, on, and around us.