More than a million U.S. workers over 60 years old lost their jobs during the pandemic. Most furloughed workers went back to work, but older adults are getting left behind.
4 months agoListen 6:30
At the dawn of what some are calling a fourth industrial revolution powered by artificial intelligence, what are the limitations when it comes to fixing a pipe?
4 months agoListen 9:53
Scientists and researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine are developing a freeze-dried blood substitute that can be used instantly out in the field.
4 months agoListen 8:08
After Mairead McInerney was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer, ongoing drug shortages forced her treatment plan to be more grueling than she expected.
4 months agoListen 12:17
A new microreactor being developed at the Idaho National Laboratory will be small enough to put on a tractor trailer and nimble enough to send to a disaster site.
5 months agoListen 8:05
Answer to decades-long mystery uncovered in the archive at the Science History Institute in Philadelphia.
5 months agoListen 16:09
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