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Riley Black

[image] Women Bust Science Stereotypes

Women Bust Science Stereotypes

Women have always been a part of science, a reason to celebrate even as we push for change.
[image] How Do Animals Make All Their Beautiful Colors?

How Do Animals Make All Their Beautiful Colors?

From outstanding oranges to vibrant violets, life on Earth makes colors in a variety of different ways.
[image] The History of Science Isn't the Same Without Black History

The History of Science Isn't the Same Without Black History

Creating change in the present requires understanding the past.
[image] People Used Tobacco in Utah 12,300 Years Ago

People Used Tobacco in Utah 12,300 Years Ago

An archaeological site in Utah's west desert contains some intriguing evidence about a familiar plant.
[image] Why Representation Matters in Science

Why Representation Matters in Science

The start of Black History Month is a good time to remember the power of representation
[image] A Love Letter to Science

A Love Letter to Science

Science is a powerful process that can change the world and the way we see it.
[image] Cracking the Colors of Dinosaur Eggs

Cracking the Colors of Dinosaur Eggs

Dinosaur eggs could be just as colorful as the terrible lizards themselves.
[image] How We Came to See Dinosaurs in Color

How We Came to See Dinosaurs in Color

In the past 10 years paleontologists have learned a great deal about what dinosaurs looked like.
[image] Ten Stunning Fossil Finds of 2021

Ten Stunning Fossil Finds of 2021

From baby dinosaurs to seagoing giants, 2021 has been a banner year for paleontology.
[image] The Top Science Stories of 2021

The Top Science Stories of 2021

Even as the global pandemic continues, there's a lot to celebrate about science in 2021.