Meredith Fore is a Seattle-based science writer and physicist who has written for Live Science, WIRED, Symmetry, and Physics. A former AAAS Mass Media Fellow, she primarily enjoys writing about physics, astronomy, and chemistry.
The National Hurricane Center is finally seeing their ability to predict a storm’s strength catch up to their ability to track it.
Meredith Fore, Contributor
For 20 years, scientists believed that gravity caused some popped bubbles to collapse; new experiments turn that understanding on its head.
The method may be able to improve solar flare prediction using only satellite images of the sun.
New discovery could help scientists unearth more ancient microbial fossils and shed light on some big questions about early life on Earth.
Narwhal vocalizations are not well understood, but Inuit whale hunters helped scientists get close enough to listen.
Researchers have developed unique gaits for rovers to prevent them from getting stuck in deep sand or soil.
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