Blast Off

Orangetheory—Yes, Orangetheory—Wants to Help with the Historic All-Female Spacewalk NASA Had to Scrap

Astronaut Anne McClain, a member of Orangetheory's Webster studio, was shut out of the historic moment when there weren't enough fitting spacesuits readily available for Friday's mission.

03/27/2019 By Abby Ledoux

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How Do You Honor the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing? With a Giant, Glowing Moon, of Course.

Relive the magic of Apollo 11 at the Houston Museum of Natural Science.

03/25/2019 By Chris Gray

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This App Has Made Me a Safer Driver

And earned me a free meal.

01/15/2019 By Drew Jones

Ice House

Who Was Neil Armstrong?

Learn more about the first man on the moon from his relics at a Dallas auction this month.

10/22/2018 By Dianna Wray

NASA-ing it up

NASA Head Wants to Go Commercial

Will the federal space agency of the future get us to Mars with ... ads?

09/13/2018 By Drew Jones

Boldly Going

NASA's New Horizons Continues to Capture New Images of the Solar System

The probe is already taking pictures as it approaches the next Kuiper Belt target.

09/06/2018 By Drew Jones

Medicine

Divining the Flu Virus of the Future at UTMB

How UTMB researchers can predict whether the 2019 flu vaccine will (or won't) work.

08/15/2018 By Anna Lassmann

Kids Health Annual

Is Your Smart Tech Leading to Smarter Kids?

How to ensure it's educational and not just entertainment.

08/03/2018 By Adam Castañeda

News

As Methodist's Heart & Vascular Center Moves to a New Home, a Look Back at Dr. DeBakey's Legacy

DeBakey’s old stomping grounds were the scene of many historic firsts.

07/20/2018 By Jeff Balke

Toxic Sludge Report

The EPA Has Found High Dioxin Levels at the San Jacinto Waste Pits

The cancer-causing chemical is still being found in large quantities around the site.

07/02/2018 By Dianna Wray

News

The Future of the Johnson Space Center Is Up in the Air

Long the home for manned spaceflight in the U.S., Houston’s Johnson Space Center is struggling to maintain its position in a new era. Meet the team advocating for its future—and Space City’s—in Washington, D.C.

06/22/2018 By Dianna Wray

Help Is On the Way

Meet Two Men Behind Memorial Hermann's Pioneering Air Ambulance Service

For Life Flight's chief pilot and nurse, harrowing tales are par for the course.

04/30/2018 By Abby Ledoux

Ice House

This UH Research Center Is Revolutionizing Archaeology

The National Center for Airborne Laser Mapping has been finding places we didn't even know existed.

04/24/2018 By Dianna Wray

Ice House

Come Hell or High Water, Life Flight Is There

Flying through bad weather to help patients in need

04/24/2018 By Abby Ledoux

Ice House

This Company Makes It Easier for Employees to Report Sexual Harassment at Work

Houston-based B3OND offers anonymous surveys and other analytics for industries to assess risk.

04/24/2018 By Abby Ledoux

Ice House

How Does Space Affect the Human Body? Baylor College of Medicine Is Trying to Find Out

The world's first (and only) Center for Space Medicine is dedicated to the cause.

03/28/2018 By Nicki Koetting

News

Where Are We Now With HIV in Houston?

The virus isn't a thing of the past. Here's where we are now.

02/28/2018 By Roxanna Asgarian

Exasperating but True

Johnson Space Center Scientist Sentenced to Seven Years in Turkish Prison

NASA scientist Serkan Golge has been in a Turkish jail for more than a year on accusations he was involved in a failed coup in July 2016.

02/09/2018 By Dianna Wray

Ice House

Elon Musk's Latest Project Could Come to Houston

A "hyperloop" connecting Houston to other Texas cities sounds crazy, but it might be in our future.

01/30/2018 By Dianna Wray

Ice House

What's That Robot Doing Downtown?

Behold, the security person of the future.

12/29/2017 By Nicki Koetting