Article, Science

A New Vaccine for Chlamydia Is in the Works

Shaunacy Ferro

A successful vaccination for one of the most common sexually transmitted infections has long eluded scientists. Now, they may have figured out a way to get the treatment to stick.

Baboons Are Democratic Travel Partners, Study Finds

Shaunacy Ferro

When deciding where to travel, baboons go with what the group thinks is best.

Where Does Space Begin?

the mag

If 'Star Trek' has taught us anything, it's that space is "the final frontier." But where exactly does that frontier lie? It depends on whom you ask.

Cache of 43 Dinosaur Eggs Uncovered in China

Caitlin Schneider

Mongol Miners Were Extreme Polluters

Matt Soniak

Some of China's modern pollution problems started long ago with the invading Mongols.

This Spider Knows its Opponent’s Weaknesses

Matt Soniak

The Ugliest Animal Charles Darwin Ever Saw

Mangesh Hattikudur

I used to believe that Charles Darwin, Father of Evolution, loved all animals equally. It turns out, he did not.

Ants Make Little Toilets for their Nests

Matt Soniak

The World’s Scariest Mannequin Lives at the Bottom of the Ocean

Matt Soniak

This Mysterious Caterpillar Builds a Toxic Fortress of a Cocoon

Matt Soniak