Twenty-one distinguished journalists will pursue a diverse range of projects related to science, health, technology, and the environment.
In the culture and stories of an Alaska community threatened by climate change, filmmaker John Sutter sees a certain kind of timelessness.
Investigative journalist Lindsay Gellman thought the pandemic had stalled her reporting. Then the story shifted.
Virtual interactions are affecting our bodies’ natural rhythms, for better and for worse, writes Project Fellow Lynne Peeples.
An afternoon spent tinkering with a climate simulator gave journalist Nicola Twilley a new perspective on the interplay of refrigeration, diet, and health.
For journalist Jodi Rave Spotted Bear, an encounter with the remains of a centuries-old Hidatsa village spoke to the inseparability of science and culture.