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.
For a new book project, Emily Willingham has been interviewing adolescents about sensitive subjects. It’s required a different kind of interview prep.
Climate journalist and KSJ Project Fellow Jessica Camille Aguirre visits a classroom-sized, artificial lake.
As part of a journey to understand the science of forgetting, journalist Lauren Gravitz subjects herself to a neurocognitive experiment.
As the inaugural Sharon Begley-STAT Fellow, Isabella Cueto found herself surrounded by physical reminders of the trailblazing reporter who gave the fellowship its name.