Emma Bryce is a freelance science writer whose articles have appeared in publications such as The Guardian and Audubon.
The Curious Case Of The Blue Morpho Butterflies
Biologists are using the medley of blues and browns in these wings to help them understand butterfly wing development.
The Story Behind That Iconic Milk Drop Picture
An engineer creates a perfect liquid crown using innovative flash photography.
Capsizing Icebergs on the Rise in Greenland
Icebergs in Greenland are flipping over like dominoes more often than they have in the past.
The Hidden Beauty Of The Human Placenta
Though discarded after birth, the placenta builds the first vital connection between mother and fetus.
Belize’s Blue Hole Offers Clues To Mayan Collapse
Sediment cores from around the Yucatán Peninsula support a theory as to what could have led to the Mayans’ demise.
David Livingstone’s Beetles
A museum curator has discovered a box of beetles containing specimens collected during a famous expedition.
Awareness in a Damaged Brain
While people in a vegetative state appear physically unresponsive, a new study reveals that some might be aware to a degree.
Here’s What A Slice Of Mouse Eye Looks Like
A special imaging technology peers inside a mouse eye, revealing the distinct roles that cells play in maintaining retinal health.
A Growing Starfish
Biologists photograph the first days of a fiery orange starfish common to Brazil’s rocky southern shores.