Month: October 2018

What Made ‘Fred’ a Mummy?

Egyptologists studying mummy preservation techniques are unraveling Egypt’s ancient past

Perils Ahead for Power Grid Reliability

Samantha Molnar Models the Effects of Adding More Renewable Energy Sources

Putting Salt Particles in Their Place: Optical Levitation

At CU Boulder, graduate students study atmospheric chemistry by levitating small specks.

Colors of the Sky: Part 3

How humans affect the color of the sky

Honey, bee nice to your friends

Bees in tree-hanging swarms will burden themselves for the good of the group.

October Science Horoscopes

Julie Sadino reports on what the stars have to say about your Spooktober.