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Fertilizers, a Boon to Agriculture, Pose Growing Threat to U.S. Waterways

Fertilizers, a Boon to Agriculture, Pose Growing Threat to U.S. Waterways

An algae bloom caused by fertilizer runoff in Lake Erie in 2014, which was so toxic the city of Toledo, Ohio, shut down its tap water system.

Why Do Bees Buzz?

Jim Gorman, science reporter for The New York Times, finds out why bumblebees make all that racket.
Gene Editing Spurs Hope for Transplanting Pig Organs Into Humans

Gene Editing Spurs Hope for Transplanting Pig Organs Into Humans

Piglets whose genes were edited to remove retroviruses, which could help clear the way for pig organs to be transplanted to humans.
Gene Editing Spurs Hope for Transplanting Pig Organs Into Humans

Gene Editing Spurs Hope for Transplanting Pig Organs Into Humans

Piglets whose genes were edited to remove retroviruses, which could help clear the way for pig organs to be transplanted to humans.
Gene Editing Spurs Hope for Transplanting Pig Organs Into Humans

Gene Editing Spurs Hope for Transplanting Pig Organs Into Humans

Piglets whose genes were edited to remove retroviruses, which could help clear the way for pig organs to be transplanted to humans.
Matter: A Speedier Way to Catalog Human Cells (All 37 Trillion of Them)

Matter: A Speedier Way to Catalog Human Cells (All 37 Trillion of Them)

A light micrograph showing Caenorhabditis elegans, a worm in which scientists used a new method to determine cell types.
Matter: A Speedier Way to Catalog Human Cells (All 37 Trillion of Them)

Matter: A Speedier Way to Catalog Human Cells (All 37 Trillion of Them)

A light micrograph showing Caenorhabditis elegans, a worm in which scientists used a new method to determine cell types.
Matter: Gut Bacteria Can Fluctuate With the Seasons

Matter: Gut Bacteria Can Fluctuate With the Seasons

A member of the Hadza in Tanzania. A new study finds that the gut microbiome among the Hadza fluctuates with the season and with diet.
Matter: Gut Bacteria Can Fluctuate With the Seasons

Matter: Gut Bacteria Can Fluctuate With the Seasons

A member of the Hadza in Tanzania. A new study finds that the gut microbiome among the Hadza fluctuates with the season and with diet.
Trilobites: Why Bats Crash Into Buildings

Trilobites: Why Bats Crash Into Buildings

A new study suggests that smooth, vertical surfaces can trick the echolocation abilities of bats.
Trilobites: For Neanderthals, Growing Big Brains Took More Time

Trilobites: For Neanderthals, Growing Big Brains Took More Time

The skeleton of an 8-year-old Neanderthal boy recovered from the El Sidrón cave in Spain.
A Glowing Cotton Study That Might Have Deserved Less Glowing Reviews

A Glowing Cotton Study That Might Have Deserved Less Glowing Reviews

A microscopic image of fluorescent cotton fibers that were part of a study published in Science. Some experts in cotton biology questioned the paper’s findings.
After the Tsunami, Japan’s Sea Creatures Crossed an Ocean

After the Tsunami, Japan’s Sea Creatures Crossed an Ocean

John Chapman inspected a derelict vessel from Japan that had washed ashore on Long Beach, Wash. Hundreds of species from Japanese coastal waters were carried across the Pacific on floating debris
Google's awesome Science Journal just received a huge update with more sensor types, a tweaked UI, and more

Google's awesome Science Journal just received a huge update with more sensor types, a tweaked UI, and more

Back during 2016's I/O festivities, Google quietly launched what I consider one of its biggest sleeper hits: Science Journal. I could wax poetic about the app (and I will later), but the name is quite
Trilobites: A Population of Billions May Have Contributed to This Bird’s Extinction

Trilobites: A Population of Billions May Have Contributed to This Bird’s Extinction

Passenger pigeons were once so plentiful in North America that flocks blotted out the sun. They went extinct in the early 20th century, victims in part of extremely efficient natural selection,
Trilobites: A Population of Billions May Have Contributed to This Bird’s Extinction

Trilobites: A Population of Billions May Have Contributed to This Bird’s Extinction

Passenger pigeons were once so plentiful in North America that flocks blotted out the sun. They went extinct in the early 20th century, victims in part of extremely efficient natural selection,
Trilobites: How Snapdragons Beckon Bees With More Than One Color

Trilobites: How Snapdragons Beckon Bees With More Than One Color

Bees follow colored patterns on snapdragon flowers to find the nectar.
Trilobites: How Snapdragons Beckon Bees With More Than One Color

Trilobites: How Snapdragons Beckon Bees With More Than One Color

Bees follow colored patterns on snapdragon flowers to find the nectar.
Why Is This Bacterium Hiding in Human Tumors?

Why Is This Bacterium Hiding in Human Tumors?

A colored scanning electron micrograph of dental plaque, with Fusobacterium nucleatum shown in red. The bacteria, found in the mouth, are also found in half of all colon tumors and travel with the
Matter: The Scallop Sees With Space-Age Eyes — Hundreds of Them

Matter: The Scallop Sees With Space-Age Eyes — Hundreds of Them

A scallop with eyes arrayed on tentacles along the edge of its shell. Scientists have found that each eye contains two retinas receiving light from a unique mirroring system.