In this week's news roundup, Arielle Duhaime-Ross, a science reporter at The Verge, talks about a controversial new study
that indicates that the distinctive spinal plates of stegosauruses varied by sex. But many paleontologists say that conclusion's a stretch—spurring a stego smackdown. Plus, new research suggests that wild pollinators like bumblebees are actually attracted to neonicotinoid pesticides
—to their detriment. All that, plus why mosquitoes bite some people, but not others
(it has to do with the genes behind body odor).