Featured by Philip Kiefer
Zoo animals are getting COVID vaccines made specially for them
The vaccine, made by Zoetis, builds on decades of animal coronavirus vaccine research
What the COVID-19 vaccine booster data still can’t tell us
Behind the FDA decisions, questions still remain.
This wild grassland in the Amazon isn’t as untouched as it seems
A dry region became a wetland largely through human intervention.
What can viral load really tell us about infectiousness?
Especially as the virus evolves, there's no easy way to tell how contagious someone is.
What Merck’s new COVID pill can actually do
There's not much data available on molnupiravir yet, but here's what we know.
These footprints could push back human history in the Americas
But knowing for sure isn't easy.
The jet stream is moving north. Here’s what that means for you.
Weather could change dramatically, especially when it comes to rainfall.
Pfizer’s data on COVID vaccines for young kids has some important footnotes
The way they measured success is different, for one.
Australian wildfires fueled an algae bloom bigger than the continent itself
Smoke spread across the Southern Ocean fed iron to the algae, causing a massive boom.
Why Point Reyes’ new land management plan is so controversial
The elk population is in constant tension with the local ranchers who profit off the land.