Articles by Will Sullivan

The top of the troposphere, the lowest layer of Earth’s atmosphere, has climbed about 50 to 60 meters per decade in the past 20 years.
Will Sullivan, Staff Writer
Five space travelers had elevated levels of proteins in the blood often seen in people with head trauma and neurodegenerative diseases.
Will Sullivan, Staff Writer
Giorgio Parisi’s work, which won him a share of the 2021 Nobel Prize in physics, has a surprisingly wide range of applications.
Will Sullivan, Staff Writer
Scientists need to pin down the lifetime to better understand fundamental physics questions, like how the universe evolved.
Will Sullivan, Staff Writer
Meteorologists, oceanographers and snipers have to account for this deformation.
Will Sullivan, Staff Writer
Researchers compare tree rings from an instrument's body to other wood to estimate the instrument's age.
Will Sullivan, Staff Writer