While monitoring wildlife in the Washington wilderness, researcher Clint Robins found his athleticism was as important as his GRE score.
The Trump administration's lifting of restrictions on grazing in sage grouse habitat has excited ranchers and exasperated conservationists.
Cascades Volcano Observatory needs to build more monitoring stations — and as much as $55 million in federal dollars could go a long way.
The state's new sliding-scale approach to funding parks and recreation makes new improvements attainable for underserved communities.
Tucked away on a U District sidestreet, SoundBio Lab caters to anyone who wants to experiment with molecular biology.
Following a U.S. Supreme Court decision, the Washington Legislature must find the funding to rebuild the salmon-blocking structures.
As an atmospheric scientist for Washington’s Department of Ecology, Ranil Dhammapala has become one of the state’s go-to smoke experts — especially now, amid a rash of intense summertime wildfire...
Plans to de-list wolves will create controversy — but Washington wolves might be safe under state protections.
News of a second cured HIV patient broke in Seattle this week. But Fred Hutch has been making its own significant progress.
Seeing few astronauts who looked like himself, Livingston L. Holder, Jr. helps young scientists of color see their faces in STEM careers.
Today we fight it, but generations ago the city thrived on it.
Researchers find that deer dart in different ways following reintroduction of wolves.
On the Nisqually River, middle school students are studying a changing ecosystem and advising the grown-ups with power to address it.
Science camp in the Ozarks started Sightline Institute's Tarika Powell on a life-long journey to help Northwest communities push back against Big Oil.
Emerging brain cancer researcher Eric Nealy discusses escaping one of South LA’s roughest neighborhoods and the importance of representation and inclusion in STEM.
Washington's Legislature could implement the state's first carbon fee in 2030. Some say that's still too fast.