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When scientists tried to mess with mosquitoes’ sense of smell, these pesky insects found another way to sniff out their next meal.
Using synthetic breast milk and a 3D-printed pig uterus, artist Ani Liu processes her postpartum period—and the people that helped her through it.
A motherlode of RNA viruses collected from the ocean contains thousands of new species and vast genetic diversity.
Woodlake, CA has no stoplights, one fast-food restaurant, and seven cannabis businesses.
Dr. Kogan is trying to inform doctors about cannabis’ potential as a medical treatment for illnesses ranging from cancer to Alzheimer’s.
Okay, but how exactly did sex come about? Science journalist Rachel Feltman dives into the saucy science of doing it.
A leading expert in the field says few research samples makes it difficult to pinpoint the cause of sudden infant death syndrome.
Personal health data, like the kind shared on period tracking apps, may be used in court if abortion protections are overturned.
Co-author and conservation biologist Clare Fiesler on her new children’s book about female researchers and the obstacles they have overcome.