The Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program's free Middle School Academies never had enough slots for interested students.
Ivan Hazelton explains why he's got goggles made of cardboard strapped to his face.
A new report says the Forest Service is wasting millions of dollars by propping up a failing Southeast Alaska timber industry.
Magnitude 4.58 temblor occurred at 7:03 a.m. Wednesday
Last week, I wrote about a thought experiment proposed by Fairbanks scientist Jim Beget. He suggests raining down crystals of a compound that captures carbon dioxide onto a frigid plateau in Antarctica.
For the first time, Alaska researchers plan to use drones with thermal cameras to detect hibernating polar bears and grizzly bears on the North Slope.
Jim Beget spends much of his time digging for clues from long ago, like when a volcanic island might have collapsed into the sea, sending giant waves to distant shores.
It's mid-October, 118 miles from the Arctic Circle. Time for a walk to work.
One foggy day on St. Paul Island, a woolly mammoth stepped onto a trapdoor of greenery. It plunged thirty feet to the floor of a cave. There was no exit.
Local businesses and nonprofits raised $50,000 to install a network of electric vehicle charging stations on the Juneau road system