Join us online for live coverage from Chicago’s Adler Planetarium starting at 11:40 a.m. Heading outside? Here are 12 places in and around Chicago where you can celebrate the eclipse.
For the first time in the United States, scientists edit a human embryo and successfully remove a genetic mutation that causes disease.
All you need to know to get ready for the coming total eclipse of the sun.
Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt said he does not believe in “regulation through litigation,” but his stance appears to be subject to change.
Buying a bag of chips or logging onto your computer with a wave of your hand will soon be possible at one Wisconsin company.
A first-of-its-kind study shows that giving people a financial incentive to save trees is an effective strategy for fighting climate change.
Just in time for “Shark Week,” researchers published a study this month that highlights the unique recovery capabilities of sharks.
A team led by Adler Planetarium astronomer Grace Wolf-Chase used a telescope instrument to discover infrared light undetectable to the human eye, revealing new stars in the Milky Way.
A plan to fortify a barrier against Asian carp was set to be released in February but has been stalled by the Trump administration.
Heavy rainfall drenched northern Illinois Wednesday night and Thursday morning. And more is on the way. The Des Plaines and Fox Rivers have seen water levels rise and remain areas of concern.
Dr. J. Allen Hynek was a highly respected scientist for decades before he received a credit as a technical adviser on Steven Spielberg’s 1977 movie. His life and legacy are explored in a new biography.
The trillion-ton iceberg is now drifting. While experts say it poses no immediate threat, is the event itself the precursor of more change to come as the global environment warms?
Are you ready to party like it’s 1925? That’s the last year Chicago experienced a solar eclipse like it will next month. To celebrate, the Adler Planetarium is hosting a daylong block party, and you’re invited.
Adler Planetarium astronomer Lucianne Walkowicz will spend the next year figuring out how humans can get along while exploring one of the more curious planets in our solar system: Mars.