In the first episode of Savage Builds, Adam Savage tries to build and control an Iron Man flying suit. But he didn’t quite figure out the controls. Source: Science News

NASA’s cutting-edge aeronautics research will be the focus of agency discussions and demonstrations at this year’s American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) annual Aviation Forum and Exposition, otherwise known…

The first trial in which genetic genealogy helped identify a suspect is now underway, and the two sides are sparring over the limits of the new technique. Source: Science News

Scientists are building a case for a mission to Neptune, an ice giant that’s only been visited by a spacecraft once. But the window to act is closing. Source: Science…

New drugs based on proteasomes could treat previously undruggable diseases. Source: Science News

What happened before the Big Bang? And what happened before that? Stephen Hawking’s answer—there was no beginning—is now the subject of intense debate. Source: Science News

Pew Latin American Fellows Program awardee to work with Texas A&M AgriLife Research

COLLEGE STATION – Dr. Fausto Andrés Ortiz-Morea, a researcher from Universidad de la Amazonia in Colombia, has received funding from the Pew Latin American Fellows Program in the Biomedical Sciences…

Gabe Grunewald wanted to help scientists working to fight the rare cancers that strike so many of us. She died on Tuesday, at the age of 32. Source: Science News

The average distance of PGA drives has been rising steadily due to changes in equipment and training. But it’s still almost impossible to hit 450 yards. Source: Science News

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine will be available to speak with media during the International Paris Air Show on Tuesday, June 18, in Le Bourget, France. Source: NASA

Emotional videos, often paid for by clinics, are attracting desperate patients to unproven stem cell treatments that can be dangerous—or even deadly. Source: Science News

California is built to burn—explosively. Given we can’t depopulate the entire state, what has made the wildfire problem so bad, and how do we fix it? Source: Science News

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Texas A&M corn breeder looking to build a better bourbon

Writer: Kay Ledbetter, 806-677-5608, skledbetter@ag.tamu.edu Beth Luedeker, 979-458-4044, baluedeker@tamu.edu Contacts: Dr. Seth Murray, 979-845-3041, sethmurray@tamu.edu Rob Arnold, rob@frdistiliing.com Texas A&M’s corn breeding program is researching the affect corn varieties and…

When the Golden State Warriors star limped off the court, his Achilles tendon had been pulled to the point of rupture. Here’s how that may have happened. Source: Science News

“What we saw was an overworked and vastly underfunded Border Patrol trying to deal with an overwhelming flood of migrants and dangerous criminal cartels.” By Cong. Michael Cloud WASHINGTON, D.C.…

The Hornsea Wind Farm is expected to be the largest offshore wind farm in the world. Here’s how much energy is generated from one rotation of a turbine. Source: Science…

Author Amanda Little explains why high-nutrient, high-flavor crops are the most likely to suffer in a less predictable environment. Source: Science News

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SpaceX’s next Falcon Heavy launch will carry a satellite that will test, for the first time, a “green” fuel that is even less toxic than caffeine. Source: Science News