Katharine Gammon is a freelance science writer based in Santa Monica, California, and writes for a wide range of magazines covering technology, society, and animal science.
New tools are creating a trend in archaeology research: excavation without digging.
Katharine Gammon, Contributor
Animals are often able to adapt to their human-influenced surroundings with remarkable ease.
Algorithms for mixing and mastering audio are having a growing impact on what we hear.
As Halloween approaches, stage blood takes the spotlight and chemistry tricks can treat viewers.
For the first time, scientists have sequenced the poppy genome -- and found some curious genetics at work.
Researchers have long pondered the humble egg. As some great puzzles are cracked open, new ones are laid.
Katherine Gammon, Contributor
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