This week we take a journey through our Solar System, making stops on Mars, the Moon, Comet 67P and to Pluto - the planet that's no longer a planet. Each mission to space is giving us a better picture of our cosmic neighborhood.
Naming her the most influential contemporary artist in the world today by giving her the number one spot on the "Power 100" list, ArtReview magazine praised Hito Steyerl for her work as an artist and theorist.
What can scientists do when the top two countries, the US and UK, move in the "completely wrong direction?" Robbert Dijkgraaf, director of the Institute for Advanced Study, says reality always has the last word.
After the SPD's crushing defeat in Sunday's elections, Labor Minister Andrea Nahles will be the first woman to head the party's parliamentary group. It's a key role as the party is striving to reinvent itself.
The 2015 Nobel Prize science winners have joined a select group - they are now "Nobel Laureates." Once a year laureates meet at Lindau, a small town on Lake Constance that helped restore trust in post-war German science.
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