A puzzling — and huge — break in the geological record finally might be explained.
Researchers find that the coffee pulp is valuable in its own right.
Gain-of-function mutation research may help predict the next pandemic — or, critics argue, cause one.
Think leisure is pointless?
Sometimes the best way to make changes is when you're in the middle of a challenging time.
It's not the caffeine; it's the people.
Is focusing solely on body mass index the best way for doctor to frame obesity?
Sharing QAnon disinformation is harming the children devotees purport to help.
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From travel restrictions to forced isolation, the new coronavirus brings psychological threats, too.
Atop hundreds of bus stops, rest stops for bees.
A DNA study looks for the home of the earliest modern humans.
Nematodes demonstrate that neurons can influence offspring's genetics.
But some say the settlement is a slap on the wrist.
Stems cells have always been pretty amazing.
The fine Facebook just paid was huge, but many in tech say it wasn't nearly enough to protect your data.
The company must also appoint an independent privacy committee to its board of its directors.
When the protection of academic freedom is compromised, scholarship and greater society suffer the effects.
Your co-workers could be causing your insomnia.
Philosophers and practical ethicists might gain something from considering the Overton window of political possibilities.
As long as we fail to name capitalism as a key cause of mass extinction, we will remain powerless to break its tragic story.
A new study delivers the dark financial reality of cancer.
What does it mean to live authentically and to be your authentic self? Most importantly, how long does it take to get there?
Brett M. Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford, one of three women who's accused him of sexual assault, are due to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday.
We are discovering that the subtleties of our psychological lives are being managed by specific modules in our brains.