Lampreys were thought of as models of early vertebrate evolution, but new evidence suggests otherwise.
We visualized some of the key trends in Google searches in the past 12 months.
Shipping is a surprisingly major driver.
Genetics seem to help the world’s most wide-ranging bird of prey fly thousands of miles each year.
Images that supposedly showed the extinct thylacine were actually of a pademelon. But how could you even confuse the two?
The potential third vaccine to hit the US market works a little differently from the rest.
Insects can get killed off by frigid temperatures, but some are hardier than others.
Immunity continues to be an incredibly complicated concept.
The mRNA vaccine can actually be stored at normal freezer temperatures, though the change can’t happen just yet.
It’s been a strange and awful week in the South.
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