Field biologist Charlotte Devitz is part of a trend: researchers expanding the boundaries of accessible science.
By Vicky Stein
It takes 600,000 chicken eggs a day to supply the seasonal flu vaccine. That's just one of many ways that animals help fight the next pandemic.
By Nsikan Akpan
Gene-editing with CRISPR reveals why snail shells are asymmetrical and coil either left or right.
On this Earth Day 2019, we celebrate water fleas and ecologist Meghan Duffy. Duffy studies how these water fleas maintain healthy waterways and fight deadly diseases.
Imaging scientist Katie Bouman chats with the PBS NewsHour about how she crafted an algorithm that constructed the first ever photo of a black hole.
By Rashmi Shivni
Hisako Koyama's lifelong passion for the glimmering sky and her meticulous sunspot drawings shaped the modern field of space weather.
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