[ i ] Interlocking logs may be evidence of the oldest known wooden structure
[ i ] Why sewage may hold the key to tracking diseases far beyond COVID-19
[ i ] 50 years ago, the quest for superheavy elements was just getting started
[ i ] For the first time, researchers decoded the RNA of an extinct animal
[ i ] To form pink diamonds, build and destroy a supercontinent
[ i ] Clara Sousa-Silva seeks molecular signatures of life in alien atmospheres
[ i ] A catalog of all human cells reveals a mathematical pattern
[ i ] A laser gyroscope measured tiny variations in the lengths of days on Earth
[ i ] Some cannibal pirate spiders trick their cousins into ‘walking the plank’
[ i ] Scientists have two ways to spot gravitational waves. Here are some other ideas
[ i ] ‘The Deepest Map’ explores the thrills — and dangers — of charting the ocean
[ i ] Birds with more complex vocal skills are better problem-solvers
[ i ] Scientists finally detected oxygen-28. Its instability surprised them
[ i ] Doctors found a live python parasite in a woman’s brain
[ i ] What’s driving an increasing number of hurricanes to rapidly intensify?
[ i ] A little snake’s big gulp may put all other snakes to shame
[ i ] Wild male palm cockatoos rock out with custom drumsticks
[ i ] Filipino math teacher Emma Rotor helped develop crucial WWII weapons tech
[ i ] The world’s highest-dwelling mammal isn’t the only rodent at extreme elevation
[ i ] Flashes in Venus’ atmosphere might be meteors, not lightning