‘Tons of Science’
The Men Collecting Stardust From Gutters and Rooftops
Herpes Researcher Experimented on Patients at Holiday Inn
Years before heading offshore, Southern Illinois University’s William Halford conducted unregulated human herpes experiments in hotels near the college campus.
The Tax Bill Stymies Science—Right When We Needed It Most
It's a kick in the face for not just graduate students. But more importantly, it pushes the state of science research irreparably back.
a crappy matter
The Gross Origin of North Korean Defector’s Giant Parasites
A parasitologist and doctor weigh in, suggesting that this might be more rampant in the isolated nation than we know.
The Three Kings of Cannabis Announce a Joint Venture
It's being called ‘the largest global cannabis partnership to date.’
The Rat Uprising
Mutant Giant Rats Will Rise to Take Over the World
They're the stuff of nightmares: up to 20 pounds, a menace to local ecosystems, and such a big problem, Louisiana has a bounty program for them.
FDA: Keep Butts and Boobs Away From Injectable Silicone
It not only leads to shoddy procedures but also targets vulnerable populations, like poor and transgender women.
A dog by any other name
The Robo-dogs Are Coming. Will They Love Us?
A robo-dog might be the most efficient, cleanest, responsible pet of the future. But will they completely replace our current good boys?