After a quiet start, the demonstrators grew louder as they drew closer to Capitol Hill—mirroring the long arc of the protest itself.
That’s just one of the naked mole-rat’s many bizarre abilities.
Several studies now suggest that young plasma has revitalizing properties—and with results this intriguing, it’s no wonder there is drama brewing among the scientists involved.
Hahrie Han explains why some protests are effective and others aren’t.
After 84 years, scientists have finally unravelled the mystery of an early dino-cousin.
It might be connected to their extraordinary intelligence.
The principles of openness, transparency, and reproducibility might be weaponized to defund and deny research.
A new book by David George Haskell invites us to listen.
An unexpected call led one scientist to develop an easy way of tracking the animal that endangers more humans than any other.
The fangblenny doesn’t care about your pain.
“Hi-C” will make it much easier and cheaper to assemble all of an organism’s genetic material from scratch.
Bill Gates sits down with Ed Yong to discuss his recent book.
How some media outlets magnified the problems with a controversial new paper
We worry about machines going rogue. What if they went green instead?
New research on the creatures’ family tree could “shake dinosaur paleontology to its core.”
Kea parrots can make a warbling noise that whips other keas in earshot into a playful frenzy.
The Obamacare repeal would halve a little-known fund that’s vital for monitoring unexpected infectious threats.
And it opens the door to the dark side of personalized medicine—personalized discrimination.
Why does the kingsnake win almost every fight?
Two proposed laws would sever the agency from scientific experts, and scientific expertise—all under the guise of honesty and openness.