The Lesbians Who Tech summit creates community for folks who can feel marginalized in Silicon Valley.
Plus, Jovian storms, terrestrial airglow, and gravitational lensing.
Think the Midwest is cold? Welcome to Yakutsk, Russia, a town of 200,000 built on permafrost.
Do not get between gannets and their fish.
The city's plant life still has a ways to go.
Turns out the moon has what we need to make water—and fuel rockets.
You may not ever see this infrastructure, but you depend on it every day.
Neil Burnell's photographs of Wistman's Wood in Devon, England evoke comparisons to 'Star Wars' and 'The Lord of the Rings'.
As hard as it is to say goodbye to our favorite little rover, the mission had a hell of a run on Mars.
Joshua Dudley Greer traveled 100,000 miles up and down US interstates for his new book 'Somewhere Along the Line'.
Rie Yamada collects vintage photo albums and re-stages the images—with herself as all the subjects.
Before stars are stars and solar systems emerge, there is nothing but gas and dust.
Between 1917 and 1991 the USSR built hundreds of sanatoriums across its empire. Many of them still survive.
Google Books exist in an intangible digital realm—one propped up by manual labor.
Photographer Nick Brandt led a big-stage production for his latest project exploring conservation in Kenya.
The Curiosity rover is a social-media champ, and more.
Jean-Vincent Simonet's new book, 'In Bloom,' is anything but typical tourist shots.
Art studio or science lab? Photographer Stefanie Bürkle tries to break down the distinction in her new series.
The melting of the Greenland Ice Sheet threatens this region's simple way of life.
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