Janet Raloff's Articles
Fall marks the beginning of a new school year — and some big changes for a publication you’ve come to trust. After more than a decade, Science News for Kids has a new name: Science News for Students. That change reflects our site’s increasing commitment to developing resources that mesh with the curricula and the needs of today’s schools. The website has also undergone a visual transformation as it moves into a shared online space with its parent publication, Science News, and its parent organization, Society for Science & the Public.
- Crude oil comes in conventional and unconventional types.
- ‘Foreign’ lionfish — aquarium castoffs — have been invading American coastal waters at an alarming rate and gobbling up the natives.
- On May 31, 55-year-old Tim Samaras died chasing tornadoes.