Architect Gabriel Nolle reflects on his time at Taliesin, why he ultimately left the school, and the alarming repercussions of its closure. Ten years ago, as an ardent Frank Lloyd Wright admirer (much
After educating more than 1,200 architects, Frank Lloyd Wright’s influential school is forced to close. The School of Architecture at Taliesin (SOAT), founded by Frank Lloyd Wright, is closing its doors
New research, published Wednesday in the journal Science Advances, reveals important findings about the Stupendemys, a now-extinct freshwater turtle, and details the discovery of one of its shells — the
(CNN) — Mysterious radio signals from space have been known to repeat, but for the first time, researchers have noticed a pattern in a series of bursts coming from a single source half a billion light-years
Huge blocks of ice regularly shear away from Antarctica’s ice shelves, but the losses are speeding up. On the ice-covered edge of a remote West Antarctic bay, the continent’s most imperiled glaciers threaten
Antarctica, the coldest, windiest and driest continent on Earth, set a record high temperature on Thursday, underscoring the global warming trend, researchers said. Esperanza, Argentina’s research station
Cracks in the Pine Island Glacier have "grown rapidly" in just the last few days, reports the World Meteorological Organization. In a rattling new development, a research station in Antarctica registered
Seeing the northern lights ranks highly on many people's bucket lists, but did you know that Finnish amateur photographers working together with space researchers have discovered a new type of aurora?
With little fanfare, Britain left the European Union on Friday after 47 years of membership, taking a leap into the unknown in a historic blow to the bloc. The U.K.'s departure became official at 11 p.m.
Billions of years ago, the strike might have helped end an ice age. The Yarrabubba crater is an oddity as far as meteorite-created Earth cavities go. Located in the outback of Western Australia, the 43
(CNN) — Extensive water channels built by indigenous Australians thousands of years ago to trap and harvest eels for food have been revealed after wildfires burned away thick vegetation in the state Victoria.