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Ancient architecture might be key to creating climate-resilient buildings
Vernacular architecture is a way to use a region's heritage and resources to build strong homes and cities.
What the COVID-19 vaccine booster data still can’t tell us
Behind the FDA decisions, questions still remain.
La Niña is likely back for another unpredictable winter
Cold, stormy weather and hurricanes could plague the East Coast in the coming months.
FDA expert panel recommends all J&J vaccine recipients get a booster
The one-shot vaccine might have always been meant to be a two-dose regimen.
After the dinosaurs, Earth became an all-you-can-eat buffet for snakes
The scaly opportunists were quick to broaden their diets after the mass extinction.
How to tell science from pseudoscience
Our all-in guide to ferreting out falsehoods.
The myth of generations, debunked
Generational divides are less than scientific.
Mixing boosters, tuberculosis rising, and other COVID news you missed this week
Here's everything you need to know this week.
The FDA advisory panel recommends Moderna boosters for certain at-risk groups
The booster dose will be given at half the dosage of the original two-shot vaccine.
A rare two-headed turtle is alive and thriving, surprising scientists
The bicephalic reptile is thriving.