The human experience is driven not just by the natural processes that shape our minds, bodies and world, but also by our ability to understand and shape those processes. From good health to terrible disease, from the foods we eat to the drugs we take, and from simple psychology to the the complexity of consciousness.
Researchers found that confined tumors are more resistant to drug treatments.
Findings suggest sound was not the primary focus of the Stonehenge architects.
Cancer cells become super-charged when exposed to methylmalonic acid, a chemical that builds up in older people's bodies.
Ancient site suggests early humans controlled fire and used plants to ward off insects.
The violin players' abilities could shed light on everything from epidemics to the spread of fake news.
Traditional microscopes make it look like sperm tails undulate symmetrically -- but that's an optical illusion.
Study attributes age-related hearing loss to hair cells -- the same sense organs that are damaged by loud noises.
A new study shows how self-imposed COVID prevention measures like hand-washing and mask-wearing work to prevent a large outbreak -- if they happen fast.
A month’s worth of cool science stories, summed up.