Meghan Rosen's Articles
- Science pointed the way to understanding why these curious natural pillars form.
Even in the super cold, Alaskan wood frogs can survive. Sure, up to two-thirds of the water in their body may freeze. But with a slow thaw, they’ll spring back to life. Scientists now report how it’s done: The hoppers produce a natural antifreeze.
To call a dolphin, just whistle a squeaky shout-out.
WASHINGTON, D.C. Sara Volz just became a $100,000 grand-prize winner for an experiment grown under her bed. On March 12, this 17-year-old snagged the top award at the 2013 Intel Science Talent Search (STS).
Forget the baking-soda volcano. With research ranging from the power of natural mosquito repellent to the adaptability of reef-building corals, a new crop of young science fair students are leaving old-school projects in the dust.