How does a crop’s environment shape a food’s smell and taste?
Scientific explorations of terroir — the soil, climate and orientation in which crops grow — hint at influences on flavors and aromas.
'True embarrassment' of astronomy resolved as missing matter is found
After an intergalactic search lasting more than two decades, an Australian-led team of scientists say they have finally found the universe's "missing matter", solving a mystery that has long stumped astronomers.
The Truth About Isaac Newton’s Productive Plague
Thomas Levenson writes about the erroneous myth, being cited more during the coronavirus pandemic, that the bubonic plague provided the conditions Isaac Newton needed to be productive.