As COVID-19 vaccines become more widely available, it's important to have access to reliable scientific information. Here are answers to the most common questions.
Solar geoengineering technologies cool the earth by reflecting sunlight back into space—but they pose many risks, challenges, and uncertainties.
More voters than ever before will cast their ballots by mail this year. How do we know it's reliable, and how it will make this year's election different?
The Union of Concerned Scientists is actively monitoring the coronavirus pandemic and vaccine rollout.
President Biden promised to make stronger federal science a priority for his administration. How well is the administration performing in turning this promise into action?
Farmland consolidation is harming US rural communities—and better policies can help.
On August 4, 2021, UCS and Japan's New Diplomacy Initiative will hold a virtual discussion on how Japan can move beyond nuclear deterrence.
There's a lot more hype than new technology when it comes to these expensive weapons.
In supporting a NFU policy, the Biden administration can take bold action to reduce the nuclear dangers we all face.
Climate scientist Dr. Kristina Dahl checks in with the Got Science? team on this summer’s dangerously hot and dry weather.
Energy expert Dr. Jeremy Richardson and Lee Anderson of the Utility Workers Union of America discuss how to support coal workers in a clean-energy economy.
Unprecedented developments in the fossil fuel industry and post-election shenanigans to restrict voter rights.