Featured by Kate Baggaley
Breakthrough cases won’t stop vaccines from ending the pandemic
3 questions about how well COVID-19 vaccines work, answered.
Will Pfizer’s FDA approval spell an uptick in COVID vaccination?
Not everyone will be convinced, but the move could sway some fence-sitters.
Here’s where all the COVID-19 vaccine candidates currently stand
Three vaccines have been authorized for use in the United States.
4 important question about COVID booster shots, answered
Many newer lineages of SARS-CoV-2 have various mutations affecting the spike-shaped protein on the surface of the virus.
Everything you need to know about kids and COVID as schools reopen
Masks, social distancing, and vaccination are key to protecting kids, experts say.
Meet the cat-sized mammals that thrived after the dinosaurs died
Three newly discovered fossil mammals hint at a bustling post-dinosaur world.
Researchers retraced a woolly mammoth’s steps 17,000 years after it died
Woolly mammoths roamed over wide open spaces, tusk analysis suggests.
Meet the world’s newest carnivorous plant
This North American herb uses its glistening, reddish hairs to snare bugs.
How bird brains thrived during a mass extinction
The skull of an extinct relative hints it lacked key features of modern bird brains.
These fossils could represent the oldest animals ever found
The remains were perhaps left by sponges that died nearly 900 million years ago, but much remains uncertain.