Meet Evelyn Boyd Granville, the mathematician who mass produced computers and shot Apollo into space

One of the first Black women to earn a PhD in math, she worked on seemingly every major math project of the 20th century

Neandertals don't deserve their bad, dim-witted reputation

Our hominin ancestor had bigger brains and probably went extinct with climate change. Who are we to judge?

Meet Jane Colden, the 18th century botanist snubbed by Linnaeus

A barrier-breaking scientist with no formal training, she has been repeatedly left out of science history

Monkeys and apes in Africa and Asia are also susceptible to SARS-CoV-2

New research compared the configurations of the ACE2 protein in 29 non-human primates