Posted on · Writer Lauren Groff, the author of works like "Matrix" and "Fates and Furies," discusses her latest novel ahead of an appearance in Houston on Sept. 18.
Posted on · A local conservationist talks about the many species of bats that live in greater Houston and what they do for our natural environment.
Posted on · On Monday's show: We talk with a local entomologist about the varied world of insects in our region, then talk with local animal welfare groups about the challenges they face.
Posted on · University of Houston researchers believe developing ways for drones to flock and work in tandem could have many useful benefits.
Posted on · Episode: 2903 Delicately Engineered Hummingbirds. Today, life as a blur.
Posted on · The Houston natural science community seeks your help this weekend identifying area plants and animals.
Posted on · On Friday's show: We learn about new data from the 2019 ITC chemical fire, we discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly of the week, and we learn about the City Nature Challenge.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: What we avoided from a possible rail worker strike. Then, the first of many interviews with candidates from local elections. And we learn all about the world of bats!
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: The agency in charge of regulating the Texas energy grid hires a new CEO, we discuss the week in politics, we get answers to your questions about bugs, and we visit the state's oldest library.
Posted on · There are dozens of invasive species of plants, animals, insects, and shellfish in Texas that threaten native species and cause other environmental concerns.
Posted on · Two pairs of whooping cranes nested on private land in Jefferson and Chambers counties this year. It’s believed to be the first time the endangered birds have nested in Texas since the 1800s.
Posted on · As Viktor Kossakovsky’s new documentary shows us how water behaves, we discuss how Greater Houston has been shaped by water.
Posted on · Conservationists say a border wall would eradicate an enormous amount of native habitat at The National Butterfly Center in Mission, Texas.
Posted on · A new documentary chronicles the role invasive nutria play in Gulf Coast culture.
Posted on · Houston Matters visits Buffalo Bayou, where a population of prehistoric-looking beasts are making a home in the middle of the city.