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Gifts that make video calls look and feel more glamorous
If you’re going to put on real clothes and comb your hair, you might as well have the gear to make it worth it.
How to livestream an event for all your friends and family
When in-person gatherings aren’t safe or aren’t possible, this is the skill you need.
Remembering one of history’s greatest whale explosions
We’ve learned a lot since that messy day on an Oregon beach.
The strange and ethereal bigfin squid just showed up off the coast of Australia
There have only been a dozen sightings of Magnapinna squid over the past 30 years.
This biologist wants to help slime molds creep into all our hearts
Leading French researcher Audrey Dussutour went from biology to blob-ology.
This scientist uses data from space to map clean water across the Americas
NASA’s Africa Flores-Anderson is bringing technology home to western Guatemala.
How one Turkish astronomer discovered a completely new kind of galaxy
From Ankara to Arizona, Burçin Mutlu-Pakdil fixes her sights on the faintest stars in the night skies.
This neurobiologist wants to know if children can inherit trauma genetically
Bianca Jones Marlin’s draws inspiration from her foster siblings for her important genetic research.
Birds are dinosaurs, and this fossil detective has rooms full of bones to prove it
Paleontologist Jingmai O’Connor looks back millions of years to find hidden bridges in evolutionary history.
A volcanologist shows what makes magma go boom
Kayla Iacovino loves scaling active volcanoes as much as she loves modeling them in her NASA lab.