Latest from Annaliese Nurnberg
Photographer Kristi Odom follows Washington-area group that hopes its in-depth data will provide insight into a catastrophic insect decline that alarms scientists around the world.
  • May 18, 2020
Johnson & Johnson, a company more widely known for baby powder and Band-Aids, became a major supplier of narcotic raw materials to the U.S. thanks to a Tasmanian breed of poppies.
  • Mar 26, 2020
Reparations mean more than money for a family whose story includes slavery and Japanese American internment.
  • Jan 24, 2020
The Ashland Bassets is a foot-hunting pack in Virginia. The hounds go on hunts, showing off their sense of smell as they chase rabbits through fields and brush.
  • Nov 20, 2019
The winners of the 45th Annual Nikon Small World photography competition combine art and science to show a beautiful, miniature world.
  • Oct 21, 2019
Occupational licensing laws can block the formerly incarcerated from a stable career
  • Sep 3, 2019
The only two northern white rhinos left in the world live at a conservancy in central Kenya, where they are protected by caretakers and armed guards. Photojournalist Justin Mott documented the lives of these rhinos for a project on the people who have devoted their lives to animal welfare.
  • Jul 8, 2019
Environmental photographer Ralph Pace documents the world of marine science to spread conservation awareness and tell stories of the ocean.
  • Jun 14, 2019
Vincent Fournier's new book Space Utopia is full of dreamy images that explore human exploration of space. The collection of photographs, made from 2007 to 2017, show space centers and artifacts that were imperative to early trips beyond Earth's atmosphere as well as current progress towards journeys to Mars.
  • Mar 18, 2019