Lucy Huang is Science Friday’s summer 2018 radio intern. When she’s not covering science stories, she’s busy procrasti-baking.
Lucy is a recent graduate of the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.
It’s all about the dynamics of risk and reward.
A corpse flower bloomed at the New York Botanical Garden. Its smell lives up to its name.
In a national park in Minnesota, protecting a nest of eagles increased the number of breeding pairs of birds to nearly forty percent.
Bumblebee colonies in urban areas may be more successful than those in the country. Also, how do honeybees choose a new queen?