Lucy Huang is a freelance radio producer and was Science Friday’s summer 2018 radio intern. When she’s not covering science stories, she’s busy procrasti-baking.
She is a graduate of the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.
Northeastern Bat Populations Haven’t Recovered From White-Nose Syndrome
And the disease is now popping up on the west coast.
How We Use Land Contributes To Climate Change
The 2019 IPCC Report explains how proper land management could help or hurt the environment.
The Trump Administration Rolls Back The Endangered Species Act
Regulators will soon consider lost revenue of protecting endangered species, and other stories in this week’s News Roundup.
Is Chemical Sunscreen Safe? Scientists Aren’t Sure
New studies show that sunscreen ingredients can stay in your bloodstream days after you apply it.
Mosquitoes Have Evolved To Sniff Out Their Prey Of Choice
Even though humans and other mammals emit similar odor compounds, mosquitoes can still detect the difference.
Puppy Eyes: Dogs’ Secret People Manipulation Weapon
Dogs have been perfecting their puppy eyes for thousands of years.
Making Cancer Drugs Available For A Wider Pool Of Patients
There may soon be more treatment options for patients living with stage four cancers.
The Algorithms Around Us
They can influence so much more than what’s on your social media feed.
How Strong Is The Human-Robot Bond?
Why we want to protect some robots and destroy others.
Tech Changes The Face Of Death
From environmentally-friendly funerals to the act of grieving, technology is changing our relationship with death.