While one may be helpful, the other may be harmful.
Altos Labs is an ambitious new anti-aging company with billions of dollars to back it up.
The only doubts are completely unreasonable. Where did the virus that causes COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2, come from? Over the past few weeks, there’s been a tremendous push — largely among politicians but also […]
Fossils of Australopithecus in a South African cave are one million years older than previously thought. This challenges the consensus that humans first evolved in East Africa.
The AI test can be done every night at home while the person is asleep, without even touching their body.
An evolutionary biologist explains why you probably won't grow a tail.
For decades people have arranged to freeze their bodies after death, dreaming of resurrection by advanced future medicine. Many met a fate far grislier than death.
We eat 50 billion chickens every year. Is there a better way?
Are psychopaths cold-blooded murderers? Not usually.
There are over 100 known elements in the periodic table. These 8 ways of making them account for every one.
Meet the power plant of the future.
Scientists look to erupted sea glass — lava that erupted in the ocean and was instantly chilled by the surrounding water — to take Earth's temperature.
There are almost no standards governing the cannabis industry. Your favorite weed strain may contain unpleasant surprises.
For relatives who live far apart, holiday rituals may be the glue that holds the family together.
Three cutting-edge techniques – the gene-editing tool CRISPR, fluorescent proteins and optogenetics – were all inspired by nature.
Rock art in northern Australia depicts marsupial lions, giant kangaroos, and other megafauna that populated the Land Down Under long ago.
Does memory start to work only at a certain age?
Why do people own so many unused possessions, treating them as though they are too special to use?
A lab identifies which genes are linked to abnormal repetitive behaviors found in addiction and schizophrenia.
The separation of conjoined twins is fraught with stomach-churning biomedical and ethical challenges.
This everyday electrical phenomenon had no widely accepted scientific explanation — perhaps, until now.
Life is possible because of asymmetries, such as an imbalance between matter and antimatter and the "handedness" (chirality) of molecules.
The bird demonstrates cutting-edge technology for devising self-folding nanoscale robots.