The Black Sea Turned Turquoise, Thanks to a Phytoplankton Bloom
       
     
How Pasteur’s Artistic Insight Changed Chemistry
       
     
Decoding Octopus Species, One Wart at a Time
       
     
Spawning time, When Sockeye Salmon Change From Blue to Red
       
     
A New Formula to Help Tame China’s Yellow River
       
     
The Science Behind The Flamingo’s One-Legged Stance
       
     
Ladybugs Pack Wings and Engineering Secrets in Tiny Origami Packages
       
     
Genetic Tidying Up Made Humped Bladderworts Into Carnivorous Plants
       
     
Humans Have a Poor Sense of Smell? It’s Just a Myth
       
     
Broken Tulips: The Last Gasp of Beauty Before Death
       
     
Oysters, Despite What You’ve Heard, Are Always In Season
       
     
Why Two Volcanoes in Hawaii Are So Close, But So Different
       
     
Hunting Mushrooms, and What Makes Some Glow in the Dark
       
     
What Moves Gravel Sized Gypsum Crystals Around The Desert?
       
     
This is a Giant Shipworm. You May Wish It Had Stayed in its Tube
       
     
Silver Fish Surf the Waves to Spawn on California Beaches
       
     
How Ants Figured Out Farming Millions of Years Before Humans
       
     
The Mucus-Shooting Worm-Snail That Turned Up in the Florida Keys
       
     
A Dolphin’s Recipe for Octopus
       
     
Under a Flashlight, a Eureka Moment About Frogs
       
     
In Poland’s Crooked Forest, A Mystery With No Straight Answer
       
     
They Mixed Science, Art and Costume Parties to Reveal Mysteries of the Sea
       
     
Headed North Sandhill Cranes Squeeze in Where They Can
       
     
Bluebonnet Season Came Early In Texas This Spring
       
     
A Search for Clues to What Causes Whale Strandings
       
     
A Lake Turned Pink in Australia. It’s Not The Only One
       
     
First Underwater Video of Illusive True’s Beaked Whales
       
     
In the Caves of Ancient Humans, Stories Told Dot By Dot
       
     
Spring Amphibians, On the Move, Could Use Some Crossing Guards
       
     
In An Ancient Burial Place, Three Centuries of One Woman’s Descendants
       
     
Lake Berryessa’s Spiraling Flood Water Mesmerizes Locals
       
     
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/21/science/lip-reading-mcgurk-effect.html
       
     
Hunched Over a Microscope, He Sketched the Secrets of How the Brain Works
       
     
Long Before Making Enigmatic Earthworks, People Reshaped Brazil’s Rain Forest
       
     
Lava Fire Hose in Hawaii Returns for An Encore
       
     
Steaming Lava, Collapsing Cliffs and a Hawaii Volcano’s Spectacular Show
       
     
Open Wide: Deep Sea Fishes That Are Built to Eat Big
       
     
Ice That Sparkles Like Diamonds Washes Up Onto Japanese Shores
       
     
A Birder’s Heaven: Just Follow the Stench to the Landfill
       
     
A Pioneering Woman of Science Reemerges After 300 Years
       
     
How Some Frolicking Fish Got Stuck in a Moment
       
     
Sometimes Nature is Morbid. That’s Why There’s #BestCarcass
       
     
Endangered Species and the Stuff We Buy, All Mapped Out
       
     
Light Pillars, A Million-Mirror Optical Illusion on Winter Nights
       
     
A Universe of Bubbles in Every Champagne Bottle
       
     
When Water Balloons Hit a Bed of Nails and Don’t Pop
       
     
The Gooey Details Behind a Glow Worm’s Starry Night Illusions
       
     
Swimming With the Mysterious Sardine Disco Balls of the Philippines
       
     
Rapid Evolution Saved This Fish From Pollution, Study Says
       
     
You're a Bee. This is What it Feels Like.
       
     
Study Suggests 3.2 Million-Year-Old Lucy Spent a Lot of Time in Trees
       
     
Your Phone Carries Chemical Clues About You, But There Are Limits to Using Them
       
     
Narwhals, Tusked Whales of the Arctic, See With Sound. Really Well.
       
     
What Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance” and Other Earworm Songs Have in Common
       
     
The Art of the Fang
       
     
If Diamonds Are Forever, Your Data Could Be, Too
       
     
Why Does Fall Foliage Turn So Red and Fiery? It Depends
       
     
Studying the Building Blocks of Life in Stereo Sound
       
     
In Refrigerators, Tomatoes Lose Flavor at the Genetic Level
       
     
Can This Caterpillar Predict Winter Weather? Probably Not Very Well
       
     
Metaphorically Speaking, Men Are Expected to be Struck by Genius, Women to Nurture It
       
     
Jamaican Rock Iguanas Get a Shot at a New Home in the Wild
       
     
Why a South African Desert Blooms Into an Annual Flower Show
       
     
In Decades-Old Slides, Drops of Blood and Hints of Malaria’s Path
       
     
Coffee Grounds May Filter Out Heavy Metals in Water
       
     
The Changing Clock of Australia’s Little Penguins
       
     
A Summer Evening in Texas Isn’t Complete Without a Bat Show
       
     
A Skylight Made From Two Mirrors
       
     
Some Turtles See Red Better Than You Do
       
     
The Science of Humming to Draw Snails from their Shells
       
     
How Sunflowers Follow the Sun, Day After Day
       
     
A Homecoming for Hellbenders, the Biggest Salamanders in North America
       
     
Dolly the Sheep’s Fellow Clones, Enjoying Their Golden Years
       
     
A Fish Outlived the Dinosaurs. Can It Outlast a Dam?
       
     
The Otherworldly Polka Dots of Spotted Lake
       
     
Old Teeth Tell New Stories About People Who Didn’t Get Enough Sun
       
     
Why Jet Lag Can Feel Worse When You Travel From West to East
       
     
‘Inverted Cheerios Effect’ Returns Physics to the Breakfast Table
       
     
Lacking Brains, Plants Can Still Make Good Judgments
       
     
How To Talk To Fireflies
       
     
What Old Monkeys and Old Humans Have in Common
       
     
Watermelon Snow: Not Edible, But Important for Climate Change
       
     
You Want Tastier Coffee? Freeze Beans, Then Grind
       
     
How to Become a Shadow Angel in the Morning Dew
       
     
Scientists Find Genes That Let These Bees Reproduce Without Males
       
     
Studies of Moth and Butterfly Genes Color in a Scientific Classic
       
     
Red Wolves Need Emergency Protection, Conservationists Say
       
     
Frogs That Escaped Extinction
       
     
Florida Needs a New Lionfish King or Queen. It Could be You.
       
     
A Place Where Lightning Strikes Almost 300 Days a Year
       
     
Mini Microbes With Musical Taste
       
     
In Narcisse, Around 75,000 Snakes Are Waking Up From a Nap
       
     
How a Mysterious Bacteria Almost Gave You a Better TV
       
     
Now Is The Time To See Squid that Glow Like Fireflies
       
     
On the Hunt for Tasty Morel Mushrooms
       
     
Women's Emotions Do Not Cause Their Migraines
       
     
A Cloud Atlas Provides Clues to Life on Earth
       
     
Plants Remember You if You Mess With Them Enough
       
     
Water is the Real Force Behind Breaking a Bottle With Your Bare Hands
       
     
This Week Surfers Will Ride a Wave in the Amazon
       
     
Tips for Eagle Spotting, Both Virtually and in Real Life
       
     
Robot to the Rescue
       
     
Skipping-Stone Science
       
     
The Season's Bluest Color
       
     
The Hydra Gets a New Mouth With Every Meal
       
     
Methane Has Never Looked So Beautiful
       
     
A Quick Colorful Change for the Morning Glory
       
     
NASA Watch's Keith Cowing is The Agency's Biggest Critic and Most Obsessive Fan
       
     
An Earthling’s Guide to Black Holes
       
     
The Night Nurse
       
     
Elephants Retire Early
       
     
The Chincoteague Ponies’ Annual 4-Minute Swim
       
     
Watch Venus Take Jupiter in a Race Around the Sun
       
     
There's Still Time to Dig Up a Dinosaur This Summer
       
     
Where to See a Rare Firefly Mating Dance
       
     
Coyotes Are New York's Newest Immigrant
       
     
The Eyes and Ears of Newtown Creek
       
     
 The Fly: Household Pest or Environmental Hero?
       
     
Antibiotic Resistance Among Wildlife
       
     
The Myth of Holiday Heart Transplants
       
     
Anatomy of a Food Coma
       
     
Has Science Realized this 350-year-old Alchemist Wishlist?
       
     
Here’s Why Millennials Aren’t That Different
       
     
Hashtags Don’t Make Movements, People Do
       
     
Safeguarding Truth in Photojournalism: Ami Vitale’s Survival Guide
       
     
The Black Sea Turned Turquoise, Thanks to a Phytoplankton Bloom
       
     
The Black Sea Turned Turquoise, Thanks to a Phytoplankton Bloom

June 16, 2017 The New York Times

Image credit: NASA

How Pasteur’s Artistic Insight Changed Chemistry
       
     
How Pasteur’s Artistic Insight Changed Chemistry

June 14, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Pasieka/Science Source

 

 

Decoding Octopus Species, One Wart at a Time
       
     
Decoding Octopus Species, One Wart at a Time

June, 9, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: NOAA

 

Spawning time, When Sockeye Salmon Change From Blue to Red
       
     
Spawning time, When Sockeye Salmon Change From Blue to Red

June 9, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Left, Lisa Hupp/Fish and Wildlife Service; right, Katrina Mueller, via Fish and Wildlife Service

 

A New Formula to Help Tame China’s Yellow River
       
     
A New Formula to Help Tame China’s Yellow River

June 2, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Getty Images

The Science Behind The Flamingo’s One-Legged Stance
       
     
The Science Behind The Flamingo’s One-Legged Stance

May 24, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: DeAgostini/Getty Images

Ladybugs Pack Wings and Engineering Secrets in Tiny Origami Packages
       
     
Ladybugs Pack Wings and Engineering Secrets in Tiny Origami Packages

May 18, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Saito et. al

Genetic Tidying Up Made Humped Bladderworts Into Carnivorous Plants
       
     
Genetic Tidying Up Made Humped Bladderworts Into Carnivorous Plants

May 19, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Igor Siwanowicz / Science Source

Humans Have a Poor Sense of Smell? It’s Just a Myth
       
     
Humans Have a Poor Sense of Smell? It’s Just a Myth

May 11, 2017 The New York Times

Images from original story. Credit: Getty

 

Broken Tulips: The Last Gasp of Beauty Before Death
       
     
Broken Tulips: The Last Gasp of Beauty Before Death

May 11, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Daytona Niles/The Grand Rapids Press via Associated Press

Oysters, Despite What You’ve Heard, Are Always In Season
       
     
Oysters, Despite What You’ve Heard, Are Always In Season

May 5, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Gordon M Grant for The New York Times

Why Two Volcanoes in Hawaii Are So Close, But So Different
       
     
Why Two Volcanoes in Hawaii Are So Close, But So Different

May 3, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: NASA/Phil Degginger/Alamy Stock Photo

Hunting Mushrooms, and What Makes Some Glow in the Dark
       
     
Hunting Mushrooms, and What Makes Some Glow in the Dark

April 27, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Mike Belleme for the New York Times

What Moves Gravel Sized Gypsum Crystals Around The Desert?
       
     
What Moves Gravel Sized Gypsum Crystals Around The Desert?

April 21, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Kathleen Benison

This is a Giant Shipworm. You May Wish It Had Stayed in its Tube
       
     
This is a Giant Shipworm. You May Wish It Had Stayed in its Tube

April 18, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Marvin Altamia

Silver Fish Surf the Waves to Spawn on California Beaches
       
     
Silver Fish Surf the Waves to Spawn on California Beaches

April 13, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Doug Martin

How Ants Figured Out Farming Millions of Years Before Humans
       
     
How Ants Figured Out Farming Millions of Years Before Humans

April 11, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Piotr Naskrecki/ Minden Pictures

The Mucus-Shooting Worm-Snail That Turned Up in the Florida Keys
       
     
The Mucus-Shooting Worm-Snail That Turned Up in the Florida Keys

April 6, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Rüdiger Bieler

A Dolphin’s Recipe for Octopus
       
     
A Dolphin’s Recipe for Octopus

April 5, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Sprogis et. al

 

Under a Flashlight, a Eureka Moment About Frogs
       
     
Under a Flashlight, a Eureka Moment About Frogs

March 31, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Jesse Delia

In Poland’s Crooked Forest, A Mystery With No Straight Answer
       
     
In Poland’s Crooked Forest, A Mystery With No Straight Answer

March 31, 2017 The New York Times

The New York Times Daily 360 video here

 

They Mixed Science, Art and Costume Parties to Reveal Mysteries of the Sea
       
     
They Mixed Science, Art and Costume Parties to Reveal Mysteries of the Sea

March 27, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Else Bostelmann and Wildlife Conservation Society Archives

Headed North Sandhill Cranes Squeeze in Where They Can
       
     
Headed North Sandhill Cranes Squeeze in Where They Can

March 24, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Nick Ut Associated Press

 

 

Bluebonnet Season Came Early In Texas This Spring
       
     
Bluebonnet Season Came Early In Texas This Spring

March 17, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Jama Patel

 

A Search for Clues to What Causes Whale Strandings
       
     
A Search for Clues to What Causes Whale Strandings

March 16, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Marty Melville/Agence France Presse/Getty Images

A Lake Turned Pink in Australia. It’s Not The Only One
       
     
A Lake Turned Pink in Australia. It’s Not The Only One

March 10, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Agence France Presse Getty Images

First Underwater Video of Illusive True’s Beaked Whales
       
     
First Underwater Video of Illusive True’s Beaked Whales

March 9, 2017

Image from original story. Credit: Dylan Walker

 

In the Caves of Ancient Humans, Stories Told Dot By Dot
       
     
In the Caves of Ancient Humans, Stories Told Dot By Dot

March 7, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: R. Bourrillon

 

Spring Amphibians, On the Move, Could Use Some Crossing Guards
       
     
Spring Amphibians, On the Move, Could Use Some Crossing Guards

March 3, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Amy Bloomfield

In An Ancient Burial Place, Three Centuries of One Woman’s Descendants
       
     
In An Ancient Burial Place, Three Centuries of One Woman’s Descendants

February 24, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Douglas Kennett/Penn State University

Lake Berryessa’s Spiraling Flood Water Mesmerizes Locals
       
     
Lake Berryessa’s Spiraling Flood Water Mesmerizes Locals

 February 22, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Eric Risberg/Associated Press

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/21/science/lip-reading-mcgurk-effect.html
       
     
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/21/science/lip-reading-mcgurk-effect.html

February 21, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Stephen Crowley for The New York Times

 

Hunched Over a Microscope, He Sketched the Secrets of How the Brain Works
       
     
Hunched Over a Microscope, He Sketched the Secrets of How the Brain Works

February 17, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Santiago Ramon Y Cajal

Long Before Making Enigmatic Earthworks, People Reshaped Brazil’s Rain Forest
       
     
Long Before Making Enigmatic Earthworks, People Reshaped Brazil’s Rain Forest

February 10, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Jenny Watling

Lava Fire Hose in Hawaii Returns for An Encore
       
     
Lava Fire Hose in Hawaii Returns for An Encore

February 8, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: United States Geological Survey via Associated Press

Steaming Lava, Collapsing Cliffs and a Hawaii Volcano’s Spectacular Show
       
     
Steaming Lava, Collapsing Cliffs and a Hawaii Volcano’s Spectacular Show

February 2, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Shane Turpin/Lava Ocean Tours via The Associated Press

 

Open Wide: Deep Sea Fishes That Are Built to Eat Big
       
     
Open Wide: Deep Sea Fishes That Are Built to Eat Big

February 1, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Nalani Schnell / Muséum National D’Histoire Naturelle

Ice That Sparkles Like Diamonds Washes Up Onto Japanese Shores
       
     
Ice That Sparkles Like Diamonds Washes Up Onto Japanese Shores

 January 30, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Masaaki Tanaka/SebunPhoto/Amana

A Birder’s Heaven: Just Follow the Stench to the Landfill
       
     
A Birder’s Heaven: Just Follow the Stench to the Landfill

January 27, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Joel Reynolds

A Pioneering Woman of Science Reemerges After 300 Years
       
     
A Pioneering Woman of Science Reemerges After 300 Years

January 23, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Maria Sibylla Merian, Metamorphosis insectorum Surinamensium, Amsterdam 1705, The Hague, National Library of the Netherlands

How Some Frolicking Fish Got Stuck in a Moment
       
     
How Some Frolicking Fish Got Stuck in a Moment

January 19, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Kelly Preheim

Sometimes Nature is Morbid. That’s Why There’s #BestCarcass
       
     
Sometimes Nature is Morbid. That’s Why There’s #BestCarcass

January 13, 2017 The New York Times

Endangered Species and the Stuff We Buy, All Mapped Out
       
     
Endangered Species and the Stuff We Buy, All Mapped Out

January 6, 2017 The New York Times

Image from Original Story. Credit: Daniel Moran and Keiichiro Kanemoto

Light Pillars, A Million-Mirror Optical Illusion on Winter Nights
       
     
Light Pillars, A Million-Mirror Optical Illusion on Winter Nights

January 6, 2017 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Nils Ribi

A Universe of Bubbles in Every Champagne Bottle
       
     
A Universe of Bubbles in Every Champagne Bottle

December 30, 2016 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Gerard Liger-Belair

When Water Balloons Hit a Bed of Nails and Don’t Pop
       
     
When Water Balloons Hit a Bed of Nails and Don’t Pop

December 23, 2016 The New York Times

Image is a still from GIF in original story. Credit: Moevius, et al.

 

The Gooey Details Behind a Glow Worm’s Starry Night Illusions
       
     
The Gooey Details Behind a Glow Worm’s Starry Night Illusions

December 16, 2016 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Jordan Poste/Stoked for Saturday

 

Swimming With the Mysterious Sardine Disco Balls of the Philippines
       
     
Swimming With the Mysterious Sardine Disco Balls of the Philippines

December 14, 2016 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Keith Sepe

Rapid Evolution Saved This Fish From Pollution, Study Says
       
     
Rapid Evolution Saved This Fish From Pollution, Study Says

December 9, 2016 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Andrew Whitehead

You're a Bee. This is What it Feels Like.
       
     
You're a Bee. This is What it Feels Like.

December 2, 2016 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: United States Geological Survey

Study Suggests 3.2 Million-Year-Old Lucy Spent a Lot of Time in Trees
       
     
Study Suggests 3.2 Million-Year-Old Lucy Spent a Lot of Time in Trees

November 30, 2016 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: John Kappelman/The University of Texas at Austin

 

Your Phone Carries Chemical Clues About You, But There Are Limits to Using Them
       
     
Your Phone Carries Chemical Clues About You, But There Are Limits to Using Them

November 22, 2016 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Kiichiro Sato/Associated Press

 

Narwhals, Tusked Whales of the Arctic, See With Sound. Really Well.
       
     
Narwhals, Tusked Whales of the Arctic, See With Sound. Really Well.

November 9, 2016 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Flip Nicklin/Minden Pictures

 

What Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance” and Other Earworm Songs Have in Common
       
     
What Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance” and Other Earworm Songs Have in Common

November 3, 2016 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Chris Pizzello/Associated Press

 

The Art of the Fang
       
     
The Art of the Fang

October 31, 2016 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Michael & Patricia Fogden/Minden Pictures, via Getty Images

 

If Diamonds Are Forever, Your Data Could Be, Too
       
     
If Diamonds Are Forever, Your Data Could Be, Too

October 26, 2016 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Fabrice Coffrini/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images

 

Why Does Fall Foliage Turn So Red and Fiery? It Depends
       
     
Why Does Fall Foliage Turn So Red and Fiery? It Depends

October 25, 2016 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Lauren Long/The Syracuse Newspapers, via Associated Press

 

Studying the Building Blocks of Life in Stereo Sound
       
     
Studying the Building Blocks of Life in Stereo Sound

October 21, 2016 The New York Times

Image from original story. Credit: Heliyon, Bywater et al.

 

In Refrigerators, Tomatoes Lose Flavor at the Genetic Level
       
     
In Refrigerators, Tomatoes Lose Flavor at the Genetic Level

October 17, 2016 The New York Times

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Can This Caterpillar Predict Winter Weather? Probably Not Very Well
       
     
Can This Caterpillar Predict Winter Weather? Probably Not Very Well

October 14, 2016 The New York Times

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Metaphorically Speaking, Men Are Expected to be Struck by Genius, Women to Nurture It
       
     
Metaphorically Speaking, Men Are Expected to be Struck by Genius, Women to Nurture It

October 11, 2016 The New York Times

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Jamaican Rock Iguanas Get a Shot at a New Home in the Wild
       
     
Jamaican Rock Iguanas Get a Shot at a New Home in the Wild

October 10, 2016 The New York Times

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Why a South African Desert Blooms Into an Annual Flower Show
       
     
Why a South African Desert Blooms Into an Annual Flower Show

October 5, 2016 The New York Times

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In Decades-Old Slides, Drops of Blood and Hints of Malaria’s Path
       
     
In Decades-Old Slides, Drops of Blood and Hints of Malaria’s Path

September 28, 2016 The New York Times

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Coffee Grounds May Filter Out Heavy Metals in Water
       
     
Coffee Grounds May Filter Out Heavy Metals in Water

September 23, 2016 The New York Times

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The Changing Clock of Australia’s Little Penguins
       
     
The Changing Clock of Australia’s Little Penguins

September 19, 2016 The New York Times

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A Summer Evening in Texas Isn’t Complete Without a Bat Show
       
     
A Summer Evening in Texas Isn’t Complete Without a Bat Show

August 28, 2016 The New York Times

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A Skylight Made From Two Mirrors
       
     
A Skylight Made From Two Mirrors

August 26, 2016 The New York Times

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Some Turtles See Red Better Than You Do
       
     
Some Turtles See Red Better Than You Do

August 19, 2016 The New York Times

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The Science of Humming to Draw Snails from their Shells
       
     
The Science of Humming to Draw Snails from their Shells

August 8, 2016 The New York Times

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How Sunflowers Follow the Sun, Day After Day
       
     
How Sunflowers Follow the Sun, Day After Day

August 4, 2016 The New York Times

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A Homecoming for Hellbenders, the Biggest Salamanders in North America
       
     
A Homecoming for Hellbenders, the Biggest Salamanders in North America

August 1, 2016 The New York Times

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Dolly the Sheep’s Fellow Clones, Enjoying Their Golden Years
       
     
Dolly the Sheep’s Fellow Clones, Enjoying Their Golden Years

July 26, 2016 The New York Times

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A Fish Outlived the Dinosaurs. Can It Outlast a Dam?
       
     
A Fish Outlived the Dinosaurs. Can It Outlast a Dam?

July 25, 2016 The New York Times

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The Otherworldly Polka Dots of Spotted Lake
       
     
The Otherworldly Polka Dots of Spotted Lake

July 20, 2016 The New York Times

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Old Teeth Tell New Stories About People Who Didn’t Get Enough Sun
       
     
Old Teeth Tell New Stories About People Who Didn’t Get Enough Sun

July 19, 2016 The New York Times

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Why Jet Lag Can Feel Worse When You Travel From West to East
       
     
Why Jet Lag Can Feel Worse When You Travel From West to East

July 15, 2016 The New York Times

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‘Inverted Cheerios Effect’ Returns Physics to the Breakfast Table
       
     
‘Inverted Cheerios Effect’ Returns Physics to the Breakfast Table

July 13, 2016 The New York Times

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Lacking Brains, Plants Can Still Make Good Judgments
       
     
Lacking Brains, Plants Can Still Make Good Judgments

June 30, 2016 The New York Times

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How To Talk To Fireflies
       
     
How To Talk To Fireflies

June 29, 2016 The New York Times

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What Old Monkeys and Old Humans Have in Common
       
     
What Old Monkeys and Old Humans Have in Common

June 23, 2015 The New York Times

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Watermelon Snow: Not Edible, But Important for Climate Change
       
     
Watermelon Snow: Not Edible, But Important for Climate Change

June 22, 2016 The New York Times

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You Want Tastier Coffee? Freeze Beans, Then Grind
       
     
You Want Tastier Coffee? Freeze Beans, Then Grind

June 16, 2016 The New York Times

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How to Become a Shadow Angel in the Morning Dew
       
     
How to Become a Shadow Angel in the Morning Dew

June 14, 2016 The New York Times

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Scientists Find Genes That Let These Bees Reproduce Without Males
       
     
Scientists Find Genes That Let These Bees Reproduce Without Males

June 9, 2016 The New York Times

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Studies of Moth and Butterfly Genes Color in a Scientific Classic
       
     
Studies of Moth and Butterfly Genes Color in a Scientific Classic

June 2, 2015 The New York Times Trilobites

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Red Wolves Need Emergency Protection, Conservationists Say
       
     
Red Wolves Need Emergency Protection, Conservationists Say

May 31, 2016; The New York Times Trilobites

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Frogs That Escaped Extinction
       
     
Frogs That Escaped Extinction

May 26, 2016, The New York Times Trilobites; The Science Times Observatory

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Florida Needs a New Lionfish King or Queen. It Could be You.
       
     
Florida Needs a New Lionfish King or Queen. It Could be You.

May 25, 2016; The New York Times Trilobties

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A Place Where Lightning Strikes Almost 300 Days a Year
       
     
A Place Where Lightning Strikes Almost 300 Days a Year

May 16, 2016; The New York Times Trilobites

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Mini Microbes With Musical Taste
       
     
Mini Microbes With Musical Taste

May 20, 2016; The New York Times, Trilobites

 

 

In Narcisse, Around 75,000 Snakes Are Waking Up From a Nap
       
     
In Narcisse, Around 75,000 Snakes Are Waking Up From a Nap

May 6, 2016. The New York Times Trilobites; Science Times, Observatory.

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How a Mysterious Bacteria Almost Gave You a Better TV
       
     
How a Mysterious Bacteria Almost Gave You a Better TV

May 5, 2016, The New York Times Trilobites

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Now Is The Time To See Squid that Glow Like Fireflies
       
     
Now Is The Time To See Squid that Glow Like Fireflies

April 26, 2016, The New York Times

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On the Hunt for Tasty Morel Mushrooms
       
     
On the Hunt for Tasty Morel Mushrooms

April 14, 2016 The New York Times, Trilobites

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Women's Emotions Do Not Cause Their Migraines
       
     
Women's Emotions Do Not Cause Their Migraines

April 6, 2016 The New York Times

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A Cloud Atlas Provides Clues to Life on Earth
       
     
A Cloud Atlas Provides Clues to Life on Earth

April 4, 2016 The New York Times, Trilobites

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Plants Remember You if You Mess With Them Enough
       
     
Plants Remember You if You Mess With Them Enough

March 28, 2016 The New York Times, Trilobites

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Water is the Real Force Behind Breaking a Bottle With Your Bare Hands
       
     
Water is the Real Force Behind Breaking a Bottle With Your Bare Hands

March 17, 2016 The New York Times, Trilobites

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This Week Surfers Will Ride a Wave in the Amazon
       
     
This Week Surfers Will Ride a Wave in the Amazon

March 14, 2016 The New York Times, Trilobites

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Tips for Eagle Spotting, Both Virtually and in Real Life
       
     
Tips for Eagle Spotting, Both Virtually and in Real Life

March 31, 2016 The New York Times, Trilobites

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Robot to the Rescue
       
     
Robot to the Rescue

February 3, 2016; Science World Magazine

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Skipping-Stone Science
       
     
Skipping-Stone Science

March 11, 2016 Science World

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The Season's Bluest Color
       
     
The Season's Bluest Color

March 25, 2016 as part of "Recognizing Spring, Scientifically" by Nicholas St. Fleur for The New York Times

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The Hydra Gets a New Mouth With Every Meal
       
     
The Hydra Gets a New Mouth With Every Meal

March 9, 2016, The New York Times, Trilobites

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Methane Has Never Looked So Beautiful
       
     
Methane Has Never Looked So Beautiful

March 8, 2016 The New York Times, Trilobites

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A Quick Colorful Change for the Morning Glory
       
     
A Quick Colorful Change for the Morning Glory

March 2, 2016 The New York Times, Trilobites

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NASA Watch's Keith Cowing is The Agency's Biggest Critic and Most Obsessive Fan
       
     
NASA Watch's Keith Cowing is The Agency's Biggest Critic and Most Obsessive Fan

February 15, 2016 Inverse.com

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An Earthling’s Guide to Black Holes
       
     
An Earthling’s Guide to Black Holes

June 8, 2015 The New York Times

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The Night Nurse
       
     
The Night Nurse

A podcast about one woman's switch from nights to days. 

October 28, 2015 in "Dormancy" a special project by Scienceline.

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Elephants Retire Early
       
     
Elephants Retire Early

January 29, 2016 ScienceWorld Magazine

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The Chincoteague Ponies’ Annual 4-Minute Swim
       
     
The Chincoteague Ponies’ Annual 4-Minute Swim

August 17, 2015 The New York Times

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Watch Venus Take Jupiter in a Race Around the Sun
       
     
Watch Venus Take Jupiter in a Race Around the Sun

June 30, 2015 The New York Times

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There's Still Time to Dig Up a Dinosaur This Summer
       
     
There's Still Time to Dig Up a Dinosaur This Summer

September 2, 2015 New York Times

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Where to See a Rare Firefly Mating Dance
       
     
Where to See a Rare Firefly Mating Dance

August 17, 2015 The New York Times

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Coyotes Are New York's Newest Immigrant
       
     
Coyotes Are New York's Newest Immigrant

April 26, 2015 Newsweek

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The Eyes and Ears of Newtown Creek
       
     
The Eyes and Ears of Newtown Creek

April 8, 2015 Scienceline

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 The Fly: Household Pest or Environmental Hero?
       
     
The Fly: Household Pest or Environmental Hero?

November 17, 2014 Scienceline

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Antibiotic Resistance Among Wildlife
       
     
Antibiotic Resistance Among Wildlife

December 11, 2014 The Scientist and Scienceline as "Not Just a Hospital Problem Anymore" 

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The Myth of Holiday Heart Transplants
       
     
The Myth of Holiday Heart Transplants

December 24, 2014 Motherboard/Vice

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Anatomy of a Food Coma
       
     
Anatomy of a Food Coma

November 27, 2014 Motherboard/Vice

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Has Science Realized this 350-year-old Alchemist Wishlist?
       
     
Has Science Realized this 350-year-old Alchemist Wishlist?

September 30, 2015 Nautilus

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Here’s Why Millennials Aren’t That Different
       
     
Here’s Why Millennials Aren’t That Different

November 24, 2015 on Nautilus

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Hashtags Don’t Make Movements, People Do
       
     
Hashtags Don’t Make Movements, People Do

June 17, 2014 Ochre

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Safeguarding Truth in Photojournalism: Ami Vitale’s Survival Guide
       
     
Safeguarding Truth in Photojournalism: Ami Vitale’s Survival Guide

August 13, 2014 Ochre

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