Ellenbogen’s underwater photography exhibit at the New England Aquarium gives visitors an intimate look at a vibrant ecosystem just off shore.
The fellows hail from the U.S. and abroad, and include two early career journalists who will apprentice with Boston-based STAT magazine.
As an investigative reporter covering AI in the world of work, Hilke Schellmann has learned to distinguish hype from reality.
For a book project, Rene Ebersole visited two men who were sentenced to death based on microscopic hair analysis, a debunked forensic technique.
After a pandemic hiatus, journalist Rebecca Boyle ventures out to a science symposium — and speaks with top brass in the U.S. Space Force.
Grasslands harbor fascinating stories of natural and human history, writes journalist Julia Rosen. You just have to recognize the clues.