Featured by Purbita Saha
A beginner’s guide to the ‘hydrogen rainbow’
There are myriad ways to turn hydrogen into energy, but they aren’t all healthy for the atmosphere.
Polygamy is just one reason why acorn woodpeckers are master survivalists
They cache food—and chicks, in a way—over their lifetimes.
Roundup is finally going to be made without glyphosate in the US
A litany of studies and lawsuits claim that the herbicide's main ingredient is carcinogenic, even as some agencies insist it isn't.
4 unexpected facts about the Northern cardinal, a bird you should know better
It sounds like a lightsaber and comes in rare colors. Top that.
This is the most soothing sound in the world
The Humming Project documents the emotion behind a simple, universal tone.
Your favorite sunscreen might have just been recalled
Johnson & Johnson is pulling some spray-on products after a watchdog lab raised flags about a common cancer-causing substance.
Get to know the plant that showed up in the National Spelling Bee finals
Murraya paniculata shared a piece of the limelight with the winner, Zaila Avant-garde.
What we know—and don’t know—about Brood X cicadas
They appear like clockwork, but they're still kind of mysterious.
12 months of pandemic life in 12 photographs
Some scenes can just never be separated from COVID-19.
5 things you have to know about the new USPS trucks
The steering wheel will still be on the right-hand side.