Arielle Duhaime-Ross is science reporter for The Verge in New York, New York.
A new possible method for fighting Zika, plus a cautionary tale for biotech start-ups everywhere.
Failure of the first uterus transplant in a patient in the United States, and an outside-the-box approach to coping with rising sea levels.
NASA’s MAVEN Mission uncovers why the Martian climate may have changed. Plus, reassessing fatty milk’s reputation.
Tariq Malik of Space.com talks about Philae’s unexpected awakening, and Arielle Duhaime-Ross helps decipher a mystery that has plagued scientists for 50 years.
Salty aquifers deep under Antarctica could be a blueprint for where life might hide out on Mars.
Arielle Duhaime-Ross, a science reporter at The Verge, gives us her take on the week’s news.
In the news roundup this week, Eric Holthaus breaks down the new U.S. climate pledge.
Apps on the new platform allow iPhone users to enroll in clinical trials on heart health, Parkinson’s, or asthma. But critics say the smartphone-driven studies have flaws.