Featured by Hannah Seo
New Guinea has ‘chocolate’ frogs, but they’re not for eating
The new amphibian is definitely not a Harry Potter snack.
Why Belgium is limiting the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine to adults over 40
The European Union is reviewing a case of a deadly blood clot.
Low testosterone in men is linked to more severe COVID-19, but we have no idea why
A new study showed a correlation between low T and severe COVID, but did not prove a causal relationship.
Green algae genes helped a blind man see for the first time in 40 years
A harmless virus was injected into a blind man's eye to help grow new light-sensing cells.
Why June’s sunrise eclipse will be worth waking up for
Viewers across northeastern North America will have the chance to see a rare crescent rising sun.
These newly discovered sea sponges were hiding in plain sight in California’s kelp forests
The scientist who found them looked to history—and pop culture—to name the new sponges.
Laughter is a key part of play for many animals
Laughing says, "I'm only play-biting you, not real-biting you."
Millennium- old poop reveals the surprising diversity of our ancestors’ microbiomes
Recovering ancient microbiomes could lead to health remedies in the future.
This rare ‘Finding Nemo’ fish mysteriously washed up on a California beach
Why this fanged creature died and surfaced is unknown.
Kids age 12 to 15 can now get vaccinated in the US
Ahead of the upcoming school year, a new cohort of adolescents can get vaccinated.