It’s no help having essential elements in the Earth’s crust if they can’t get to the organisms that need them.
From code to art: how does a linear set of instructions result in a beautifully crafted pattern? Diatoms do it, and scientists are struggling to figure out how.
A planet needs more than location in a habitable zone. It needs the right ingredients, and salt has a surprising role.
Enceladus is an especially fascinating case. Nearly 100 geysers of water ice are currently jetting out of its south pole at supersonic speed.
Rabbi Jacobs, with the worldwide Jewish outreach group Aish HaTorah, makes a very thoughtful conversation partner for Dr. Denton.