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.
A new study shows how self-imposed COVID prevention measures like hand-washing and mask-wearing work to prevent a large outbreak -- if they happen fast.
Katharine Gammon, Contributor
For years, people believed that royal jelly contained the secret to making queen bees. Turns out it’s simply the amount of food.
A new paper shows lobsters create sounds that travel more than a mile.
When times get tough, an invasive comb jelly appears to make the strange evolutionary choice to cannibalize its young.
Researchers have created a tech that can track health markers -- all from the toilet seat.
Fitting transmitters onto thousands of creatures may help scientists predict natural disasters and offer a "lifecast" of hidden environmental information.
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