Elana Spivack • December 13, 2021
What makes YInMn Blue, the first new blue pigment in 200 years, so special?
Emily Harris • December 10, 2021
Food delivery workers have it rough, especially in bad weather. But change is coming, starting in New York City
Elana Spivack • December 8, 2021
Traditional burials are surprisingly hard on the environment, and suitable real estate is limited.
Niranjana Rajalakshmi • December 6, 2021
A new study says a simple stick of chewing gum relieves post-surgical discomfort and shortens hospital stays
Hannah Loss • December 3, 2021
Chloroplast-stealing sea slugs straddle the line between plant and animal, holding promise for green energy sources.
Delaney Dryfoos • November 22, 2021
Long-term exposure to car fumes have lasting effects on heart health
Allison Parshall • November 19, 2021
Scientists are recruiting phages, bacteria’s natural predators, as the antibiotic resistance crisis worsens.
Kharishar Kahfi • November 17, 2021
A bendable memory chip that runs on low power is opening new possibilities
Casey Crownhart • November 16, 2021
The herbarium at the New York Botanical Garden is a resource for scientists looking for new ways to study plants
Daniel Leonard • November 15, 2021
Researchers have put forward a “universal formula for egg shape” — but is this discovery all it’s cracked up to be?
Hannah Loss • November 12, 2021
A pandemic-inspired boom has bird lovers looking for ways to welcome new enthusiasts
Tatum McConnell • November 3, 2021
As many evacuated, reconnaissance teams rushed into the storm’s path to collect information that could save lives
Rahul Rao • October 25, 2021
The broken signal that delayed your train might seem like a simple case of aging infrastructure — but its history is one of convoluted origins, past dreams and lost futures
Lyric Aquino • October 11, 2021
The committee recognized three economists based in the US
Delaney Dryfoos • October 8, 2021
Ressa and Muratov recognized for their efforts to safeguard freedom of expression