Porcine gene edits may allow such transplants without rejection.
We don't know with 100% certainty where SARS-CoV-2 first came from or how it first infected humans. But not all options are equally likely.
Was our distant ancestor a biped or not – i.e., human or not human?
For some reason, the bodies of deceased monks stay "fresh" for a long time.
The psychology of alien contact largely revolves around the concept of "otherness." We need to learn to be comfortable around strange things.
Participants were asked to complete a simple attention task as well as a more challenging "placekeeping" task.
While a squirrel's life may look simple to human observers – climb, eat, sleep, repeat – it involves finely tuned cognitive skills.
Before the war, medical experts treated the body as a sum of its parts. Conditions like wound shock and brain damage called for a change in perspective.
Scientists created the mineral lonsdaleite in a lab and tested its strength using sound waves — before it was obliterated.
“It’s a big resource in the way the human genome is a big resource, in that you can go in and do discovery-based research."
As the skills gap grows, learning and development can help ensure the viability of an organization’s talent well into the future.
A future kitchen appliance could make it possible to 3D-print entirely new recipes and cook them with lasers.
An analogy explains the greater fool theory: You don’t have to run faster than the bear to get away; you just have to run faster than the other guy.
Brain cells snap strands of DNA in many more places and cell types than researchers previously thought.
A lucky discovery involving lithium-sulfur batteries has a legitimate chance to revolutionize how we power our world.
Neuroscience explains terrifying ordeals, from out-of-body experiences to alien abductions.
It marks a breakthrough in using gene editing to treat diseases.
Guided by ultrasound waves, swarms of microrobots could soon be used to deliver medicine to targeted sites in the body.
Modern applications of Stoicism show up in unexpected places, from the latest techniques in psychotherapy to texts on Christian theology.
A new observational study finds that red wine and cheese have protective effects.
Let's celebrate the progress, but put the cork back in the champagne bottle.
It uses radio waves to pinpoint items, even when they're hidden from view.
Zircons in a Martian meteorite widens the possible timeframe for life on Mars.
A new study finds that starlet sea anemones have the unique ability to grow more tentacles when they've got more to eat.