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Asian hornet.

A new threat to bees

But murder hornets are nothing compared with pesticides, climate change, Harvard experts say


Cassandra Extavour.

Horizontal helper

Evidence suggests part of key gene needed for insect reproduction came from bacterial genomes


Water beast

New paper argues the Spinosaurus was aquatic, and powered by predatory tail


This transmission electron microscope image shows SARS-CoV-2.

Learning from recovery

Samples from those who had COVID-19 could illuminate true infection rate, lethality, vaccines


Live demonstration.

From YouTube to your school

Research shows online STEM demonstrations can be as effective as classroom teaching


Illustration of a person smelling flowers.

What the nose knows

Experts discuss the science of smell and how scent, emotion, and memory are intertwined — and exploited


Researchers standing on stairwell.

Beyond Pavlov

Artificial intelligence researchers and neurobiologists share data on how we sort our options and make decisions


Spoon with pomogranate seeds.

The ‘right’ diet

Discovery of entirely new class of enzymes could one day lead to bespoke diets, therapeutics