Neuroscience graduate student Senegal Alfred Mabry is looking at effects of Parkinson’s disease beyond the most visible body tremors. Plus, snakes evolve faster than their lizard relatives, allowing them to occupy diverse niches. And, the book “Countdown” looks at why the US is modernizing its arsenal, and what it means to exist with nuclear weapons.
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.
In China, a cloned rhesus monkey has lived for over two years, signifying advances in cloning and reproductive gene editing technology.
A new book explores how the moon changed us—and how we’ve changed the moon.
Researchers in Michigan modeled a prehistoric land bridge and used AI to predict where caribou–and humans–might have traveled along it.
Artist Sarah Rosalena uses Indigenous weaving, ceramics, and sculpture practices to create art that challenges tech’s future.
Scientists are testing artificial intelligence’s ability to read imaging results, make diagnoses, and more. Listeners call in.
With this week’s delays to Artemis II and III, astronauts likely won’t walk on the moon until 2026 at the earliest.