Arielle Duhaime-Ross is science reporter for The Verge in New York, New York.
Engineers had to design bespoke tools to open the OSIRIS-REx capsule nearly four months after it arrived back on Earth.
Veterinary experts discuss what is known about the potential respiratory pathogen—or pathogens—and which dogs are most at risk.
A lab at Gallaudet University is creating television shows with signing characters to increase literacy in both English and ASL.
Writing about animals’ sensory experiences in ‘An Immense World’ changed author Ed Yong’s own worldview—and hobbies.
Irth is a “Yelp-like” app to help expectant parents make informed decisions by exposing bias and racism in healthcare systems.
A new video camera system shows the colors of the natural world as different animals see them.
Prescription rates for ADHD drugs rose by 30% from 2020-2022, with large increases among women and young people.
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.