The Scientist (New York, NY: 250,500 unique monthly visits)
July 28, 2017
Zebrafish embryos have for the first time been frozen, thawed, and brought back to life. The feat, described July 13 in ACS Nano, could help to store frozen fish germ cells and embryos and has implications for biomedical research and also replenishing biodiversity in the oceans.
Five media outlets, including Fish Info & Services (35,200 unique monthly visits), covered the story.