According to a new paper, society’s expectations about gender roles alter the human brain at the cellular level.
The Center for PostNatural History invites visitors to explore how humans have shaped the living world, with some eye catching exhibits.
A previously unknown parasitic fungus is threatening hundreds of amphibian species.
Researchers are investigating the microbes found within the mucus coating of fish in search of new antimicrobial and antiviral compounds.
Nearly 75,000 people in America need an organ transplant, and that list is only set to get longer. Animals could provide the solution to the organ crisis.
Researchers have created a new fluorocarbon-based polymer skin which, when combined with a fluorine-rich ionic liquid, can heal itself. This reduces electronic waste and gives the technol...
The device can analyze a purified DNA sample for signs of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
This humanoid robot can be operated by users with motor disabilities to help perform tasks such as feeding and washing.
A new study has shown that how deeply we sleep impacts our brain's ability to wash away waste and toxic proteins.
Scientists are using frozen zoos to store cells of endangered animals threatened with extinction.
Outbreaks of disease are always different and can change dramatically even within the course of a single outbreak. Real-time data could give scientists an advantage.
The Great White Shark's genome may hold the key to tackling disease in humans in a new way - and for the first time scientists have successfully sequenced the whole thing.
A team of German scientists are urging the world to invest in artificial photosynthesis, which would mimic the way plants soak up carbon and could help in the fight against climate change.
Tech education lags behind the pace of innovation - and needs to play catch-up.
Our immune systems are remarkable defenders of our bodies against illness, but could they could also teach us some valuable lessons for how we work and live?