What’s up with the high price of eggs?

Three main factors are driving up cost of eggs, says Gregory Archer. It could take months for things to get back to normal.

Laura Muntean-Texas A&M • futurity
today ~3 min

West Antarctica Ice Sheet collapse isn’t set in stone

The West Antarctica Ice Sheet contains enough ice to raise global sea level by 11 feet, but a new study finds its collapse isn't inevitable.

U. Washington • futurity
today ~7 min

Hairdressers of color are exposed to dangerous chemical mix

Black and Hispanic hairdressers are exposed to a mixture of chemicals, many of them potentially hazardous and undisclosed on labels.

Jill Rosen-Johns Hopkins • futurity
today ~6 min

Color-changing material could warm or cool buildings

“This kind of smart material lets us maintain the temperature in a building without huge amounts of energy.”

U. Chicago • futurity
today ~6 min

To avoid cheating, take your partner’s perspective

To avoid cheating on your partner, try taking their perspective. New research indicates the approach can work.

Sandra Knispel-U. Rochester • futurity
today ~6 min

Drug could counter inflammation linked to depression

A drug that increases dopamine in the brain has potential to reverse the effects of inflammation on brain reward circuitry, depression research finds.

Jennifer Johnson McEwen-Emory • futurity
today ~5 min

Why Zoom ‘happy hour’ falls flat

Alcohol doesn't have the same power to lubricate social interaction online as it does in person, new research suggests.

U. Pittsburgh • futurity
today ~3 min

Was CO2 actually lower before Earth got trees?

Geochemical evidence suggests that carbon dioxide levels may have been much lower millions of years before the emergence of large forests.

Dan Bernardi-Syracuse • futurity
today ~7 min

Blood test tracks osteoarthritis progression more accurately

A new blood test that identifies progression of osteoarthritis in the knee is more accurate than current methods.

Sarah Avery-Duke • futurity
yesterday ~4 min

Australian black swans at high risk of avian flu

The immune system of black swans leaves them particularly vulnerable to avian flu. When exposed, the virus could kill them within three days.

U. Queensland • futurity
yesterday ~3 min