Deep in the Peruvian Amazon, biochemist Rosa Vásquez Espinoza investigates the medicinal properties of microbes flowing in a sacred boiling river.
Researchers are using dogs’ heightened sense of smell to build a device to sniff out the chemicals produced by cancer cells.
Science historian Lydia Pyne on how “genuine fakes” live in a gray area between real and fake.
Since ancient times, people have tried to make their own diamonds. In upstate New York in 1954, it finally happened.