People from all over the world who live in or traveled to the path of totality were treated to a rare, total solar eclipse in Carbondale, Ill.
On Monday, Aug. 21, for the first time in 99 years, a total solar eclipse will be visible from coast to coast of North America.
Taste of Science will try to increase public understanding of science Tuesday, Sept. 12, at The Friendly Spot Ice House.
San Antonio’s March for Science is set for Earth Day, April 22, and will kick off at 10 a.m. in San Pedro Park.
Dr. Larry S. Schlesinger is an internationally recognized medical scientist with more than 30 years of experience in medicine and infectious disease research.
When President Donald Trump’s administration silenced federal scientists and instructed the Environmental Protection Agency to freeze its grants Tuesday, a San Antonio scientist decided to take a cue from last weekend’s Women’s March and take a stand.
NASA’s Lucy mission will launch in 2021 for the first reconnaissance of Jupiter’s Trojans.
It’s been just one year since Mayor Ivy Taylor set the bar for the National Wildlife Federation’s Mayor’s Monarch Pledge (MMP).
About 500 credentialed science writers arrived Friday to attend the National Science Writers Conference for five days of fascinating science and technology focused presentations and tours.
The San Antonio-based BSL-4 lab and the National Southwest Primate Research Center allow scientists to safely develop vaccines, therapeutics, and tests for dangerous diseases.