Rachel Feltman is Science Editor at Popular Science in New York, New York.
Researchers have found that Saturn’s moon Titan could have the right chemical conditions to create precursors to life. Plus, what a goat’s gaze has in common with puppy behavior.
The origin of the human-like “hobbit” H. floresiensis, and the future of an iconic telescope.
What’s going on in the body during and after a fecal matter transplant? Plus, a look at the good and the bad of sharks that tweet.
A look at the universal “not face,” and what the future might be like with no stop lights.
Researchers using a radio telescope found hundreds of galaxies hiding behind the Milky Way.
High levels of toxic polychlorinated biphenyls are showing up in European marine mammals. Plus, a look at the pros and cons of a public python removal competition.
A black hole spews matter after a meal, and the National Institutes of Health call for more female animals to be used in preclinical research.
Pluto’s blue skies, a woolly mammoth in Michigan, and whether antioxidants help with the treatment of skin cancer.
Rachel Feltman of “The Washington Post” joins us for a roundup of her top science stories this week.