Science & InnovationCuriously Krulwich 6 Minute Read This here? This is a bit of sunshine. It’s made of pure energy. It has no mass—nothing you can hold, touch, or (accurately) draw. It’s called a photon.
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Some parents are blessed with a soul that lights up every time their little precious brings them a carefully crafted portrait or home-made greetings card. I am not one of those parents. It is not that
When I first saw this," says cell biologist Alejandro Sanchez Alvarado, "it was with total amazement." This is a worm. It's called a planarian. It's about an inch long, and you'll find it gliding along