Scientists uncover how one small protein juggles multiple roles in shaping the bloodworm’s fang-like copper teeth.
Originally from Mumbai, Sukanya Charuchandra is a freelance science writer drawn to reporting on biomedical research, archaeology, and climate science. She holds Master’s degrees in science journalism and biotechnology.
Climate models backed by pollen records validate a spike in global temperatures that took place 6000-9000 years ago.
Unexpected new findings indicate that cultural influence may have very little to do with your preference for certain smells.