Married volcanologists Katia and Maurice Krafft took incredible footage of eruptions. Sara Dosa’s documentary uses it to tell their unusual love story.
The Getty is exhibiting exquisite anatomical illustrations from the 16th century to the present.
The initiative comes at just the right time, when global environmental and health crises and an alarming distrust of science are both growing threats.
Tesla is less “the story of Tesla” and more a dialogue with the audience about the infamously eccentric figure.
Director Matt Wolf talks to Hyperallergic about his new documentary Spaceship Earth, which reconsiders the infamous Biosphere 2 experiment.
In Marcus Lindeen’s documentary The Raft, the subjects of the disastrous study reenact its strange events.
The Smallest Mollusk Museum is the first project from MICRO, a New York-based nonprofit building six-foot-tall museums to share science education in public places.
Since 2008, the Foldit game has engaged the public in solving puzzles for science. Now it’s tackling crop contamination.
Researchers compared 18th-century nautical charts to contemporary ocean data, revealing a dramatic loss of Florida’s coral reefs.
Harvard scientists successfully recorded five frames of Eadweard Muybridge’s 1887 galloping horse on living bacteria, and retrieved the images in sequence.
Researchers at University College London studied the scents of old books to better understand how to identify and protect “heritage smells.”
Two scientific collections at the University of Louisiana at Monroe (ULM) are being divested to make way for renovations of the campus track stadium.