Toddler's remains, found in a church crypt in Lithuania, challenge conventional wisdom about the history and spread of smallpox.
Katharine Gammon, Contributor
Iceland's long genealogical records show that you have more in common with your siblings than your parents.
Safer gun technology may one day be available to consumers.
New insights may help with new treatments for cataracts and other illnesses.
New model shows how circulating cancer cells flow and accumulate, and could help with better diagnostics.
Typical scientists tend to choose less risky research over time, study suggests.
Researchers are recycling and reusing common materials in roadways and buildings.
Stopping feral cats from overrunning the landscape and killing threatened species requires new tools.
Grasses that survive on salty water and smart irrigation systems are among many new golf innovations.
In whales -- and in humans -- older females seem to offer a special benefit to groups.
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