Featured by Kate Baggaley
Signs of unrest were detectable 4 years before Cumbre Vieja erupted, seismic analysis suggests
Tracking tiny earthquake swarms could help improve future volcanic eruption forecasts.
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a ‘raft of life’ for animals in the open ocean
Little travelers are plentiful in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, but their ecological impacts are still a mystery.
A newfound South American dinosaur had a tail like a war club
The fossil shows that armored dinosaurs relied on three different kinds of tail weaponry.
Sniffing this odorless molecule could make you more aggressive—or more docile
Researchers suspect that babies could be to blame.
Pesticides leave a lasting mark on pollinating bees
Bees that encountered the chemicals as larvae went on to produce fewer offspring as adults.
5 Thanksgiving foods that can be dangerous for dogs and cats
Hold the turkey skin and fatty gravy—your pet will thank you later.
This four-legged snake fossil was probably a skinny lizard
The ancient reptile resembled “chubby spaghetti”.
For the second time ever, someone was spontaneously cured of HIV
Could this change our understanding of the immune system?
‘Explosive’ fire in California’s Sierra Nevada is much more likely on super hot, dry days
For each 1° Celsius increase in temperature, fire risk increases by about 20 percent.
Autism shapes the gut microbiome, scientists report, not the other way around
Kids’ microbial communities may have more to do with dietary preferences than autism diagnoses.