A new hypothesis about how complex life emerged on Earth.
Jason Socrates Bardi, Editor
Hope for fighting malaria may reside in the guts of African mosquitoes.
Simple creature's genome shows surprising complexity, sheds light on evolution and cancer.
New study examines how sport hunting popularity changes may increase the risk of population collapse for game animals.
Why some people with HIV survive for decades without ever developing AIDS.
Video analysis reveals a sophisticated level of flight coordination among bird mobs.
The story of Element 117, the latest addition to the periodic table, just discovered by a team of Russian and U.S. scientists.
Heavier drinking goes hand-in-hand with eating less fruit, fewer grains, more sugar and fat, and poor dietary choices in the U.S.
New experimental evidence suggests that birds "see" the Earth's magnetic field when migrating.
A new tool may help to predict possible drug side-effects.
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