Shaunacy Ferro

Shaunacy Ferro is a senior staff writer for Her work has previously appeared in Fast Company, Popular Science, and Architect magazine, among others. She lives in Brooklyn and spends most of her free time taking photos of her cat.
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Google Street View Cars Are Collecting Pollution Data
Office Buildings Are Scientifically Too Cold For Women
Would Mr. Darcy Be Rich Today?
15 Buzzworthy Facts About Bumblebees
Hide Your Bed on the Ceiling With This Clever System
Genetic Alteration Keeps Chickens From Caring For Their Eggs
Electric Stimulation Lets Paralyzed Men Move Their Legs Again
There's a New F. Scott Fitzgerald Short Story You Can Read
Incredible Timelapses of Flowering Cacti
10 Off-the-Wall Patents From History
How Ants Cooperate to Move Heavy Loads
2000-Year-Old Cat Pawprint Found on a Roof Tile
Ambient Sounds Can Make Creepy Places Feel Comfortable
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A Drug That Mimics the Effects of Exercise Helps Mice Lose Weight
Placebos May Work Even If You Know the Treatment Isn't Real
11 Mischievous Facts About Bugs Bunny
Surprise! Makeup Ads Are Lying to You
A Look Inside Iron Mountain, a Fort Knox of Cultural Treasures
8 Fiendish Facts About Tasmanian Devils
Sarcasm Is Good for Creativity
In Space, Fizzing Tablets Dissolve Into Bubbly, Liquid Spheres
This Is the World’s Oldest Running Shoe
Why Do Pools Make Your Eyes Red?
How Do Roosters Decide Who Will Crow? It’s a Dominance Thing
Scientists Are Building Mini Global Warming Zones in Forests
Anxiety Makes People Clean Obsessively
Science Vindicates Middle School Nerds, Says Cool Kids Don’t Turn Out That Well
Musical Preferences Can Predict How Empathetic You Are
Is This Leggy Creature a Snake Ancestor? Scientists Disagree
Acupuncture May Work By Blocking Stress Hormones
11 Timelapses That You Should Watch to Pretend You’re On Vacation
15 Arachnophobic Facts About Camel Spiders
Farming May Be Much Older Than We Thought
Behind the Scenes of the NYC Subway, Where Trains Are Run on 1930s Switchboards
4 Future Gadgets That Could Alert You to Spoiled Food
This Placemat Hides Your Phone So You Have to Focus on Your Dinner Companions
A Visual History of How Batman Movies Have Changed Since the 1940s
Lonely People Have Social Skills, They're Just Too Anxious to Use Them
Delicious Dioramas Made of Food
What Makes Red Meat Red?
The First People Entered the Americas 23,000 Years Ago, Study Finds
5 Ways Plants Communicate
Genius E-Ink Parking Signs Change Based on the Day
NASA Releases a New Blue Marble
Study Finds Experts Overestimate Their Knowledge
6 Responses to Sneezes From Around the World


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