Category: Science

Trilobites: Waking From Hibernation, the Hard Work of Spring Begins

Emerging from the torpor of winter means a busy spring for these bears, bees, bats and squirrels.

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Reminder: The Chair of the House Science Committee Has Almost No Experience With Science 

As congresspeople deliberated yesterday—before the GOP bid to destroy the Affordable Care Act devolved into a colossal train wreck this afternoon—Lamar Smith, the Chair of the House Committee on Space, Science and Technology, slipped away from the discussions so he could go hang out with climate change deniers and…Read more...

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Uranus Is a Wonderland and We Should Go There

Uranus is tired of being the butt of your jokes—especially that one.Read more...

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Trilobites: Visualizing the Cosmic Streams That Spew Meteor Showers

Researchers recorded more than 300,000 meteoroid trajectories since 2010 to depict the drifting paths of meteor showers that Earth passes through.

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American Company Recalls a Million Pounds of Cafeteria Chicken

A company producing ready-to-eat chicken is recalling 933,272 pounds of its ostensibly schoolhouse cafeteria-bound product. That’s equal to 26.5 million McNuggets, based on prior Gizmodo calculations. That is so much chicken. Read more...

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