Jennifer Nalewicki is an Utah-based journalist who has been published in Live Science, Smithsonian, Scientific American, The New York Times, and more.
See the oldest human ever found in Egypt in stunning new facial approximation
Using photogrammetry, researchers created two facial approximations of an ancient Egyptian man.
Lasers Reveal Massive, 650-Square-Mile Maya Site Hidden beneath Guatemalan Rain Forest
A sprawling Maya site has been discovered beneath a Guatemalan rain forest
The secrets to extreme longevity may be hiding with nuns... and jellyfish
Some people live to be well beyond 100. But what genes and environmental factors contribute to such extreme longevity, and what can we learn from other long-lived animals?
The Mystery of This Petroglyph-Covered Alaskan Beach
The 8,000-year-old rock carvings were likely created by the Tlingit
The Ten Best Books About Travel of 2022
After two years of limited travel opportunities, we’re ready to explore the world once more
The World’s Largest Tree Is Ready for Its Close-Up
Friends of Pando, a nonprofit, is in the process of creating the largest image ever recorded of this single aspen clone in Utah
1.4 million-year-old jawbone may belong to oldest known human relative in Europe
The fossil was found in Spain and included a tooth.
Hidden Van Gogh self-portrait discovered under 'peasant woman' painting
An X-ray revealed Van Gogh's hidden face.
1.2 billion-year-old groundwater is some of the oldest on Earth
The abundance of hydrogen and helium make it a possible energy source.
2 pig hearts were successfully transplanted into brain-dead human patients
The procedure is now one step closer to FDA trials in living patients.
Ancient hoard of gold Roman coins discovered in plowed UK field
Experts believe that the "exceptional" treasure trove could lead to more discoveries in the area.
'Astonishing' 500 million-year-old fossils preserved the brain of this creepy 3-eyed predator
Paleontologists found a cache of well-preserved fossils showcasing this three-eyed predator.
It's raining anchovies in San Francisco
Experts blame the fishy storm on a recent spawning event.
Ancient 'bear dog' found in France named after child-murdering cyclops
A jawbone fossil confirmed how widespread these carnivores were millions of years ago.
NASA called. They want their moondust and cockroaches back.
The assorted items were up for auction and date to the 1969 Apollo 11 mission.