The 5G Health Hazard That Isn’t
How one scientist and his inaccurate chart led to unwarranted fears of wireless technology.
Japan’s Hayabusa2 Spacecraft Lands on Asteroid It Blasted a Hole In
The robotic probe attempted to collect a sample scattered from a crater made on the surface of the space rock Ryugu in April.
Neil Armstrong: First Man on the Moon, and Its First Great Geologist
Had the Apollo program stopped after July 21, 1969, another astronaut says, its lunar samples would have been enough to reshape knowledge of the solar system.
This Creature Eats Stone. Sand Comes Out the Other End
Shipworms are known for boring into wood and digesting it, but scientists found a new species with a very different diet.
Out of Their Eggs, Into the Sky: How Baby Pterosaurs May Have Taken Flight
Researchers say the flying reptiles didn’t need much parental guidance.
Solving a Leafy Mathematical Mystery
Next time you go outside, take a minute to look at your local leaf arrangements. You’ll probably notice a few different patterns. In basil plants, each leaf is about 90 degrees — a quarter-turn — from the last, a template called “decussate.”
Why Crocodiles Are Not Just Living Fossils
They’ve changed remarkably over millions of years, and at one point may even have been warmblooded.
‘Knitting Is Coding’ and Yarn Is Programmable in This Physics Lab
For Elisabetta Matsumoto, knot theory is knit theory.
Striking Down the Queen Won’t Save You From the Swarm
It’s a common trope in science fiction, but hives in nature are not dependent on any central node for their function.
Your 5G Phone Won’t Hurt You. But Russia Wants You to Think Otherwise.
RT America, a network known for sowing disinformation, has a new alarm: the coming ‘5G Apocalypse.’