Nutritional science has increasingly begun to discover that the optimal diet should be an individualized solution, determined by many factors.
A lot goes into classifying a drug, not only it’s effects but how it alters the brain.
New research suggests that Tyrannosaurus Rex could only walk, not run, a big change in its ferocious image.
Research on ghost sightings reveal underlying manifestations that affect us in weird ways.
In How Emotions Are Made psychology professor Lisa Fedlman Barrett considers the role of emotions in health.
Can guess what’s on the list?
We're at risk of mistaking the music for the piano in using a “jump to the gene” approach to biology. It's time for a more fitting view of genes to evolve.
A new report highlights the increasing violence faced by environmental activists around the world.
The idea that "you" persist after death does not hold up to the current understanding of memory and identity.
LHC researchers discover a double-heavy set of quarks that may reveal new insights into the strong force.
NASA is close to testing its next-generation nuclear fission reactors that would power a Mars colony and propel space exploration.
Can we ensure robots are greeted into society without people getting that sinking feeling?
Scientists at GW School of Engineering and Applied Science develop a prototype solar panel that captures nearly double the amount of energy from light.
The REV can collect and melt 5 tons of plastic a day.
Scientists have developed a new Vitamin-A enriched banana that could help solve world hunger problems.
Weighted blankets have been proven to help you get a better night's sleep by mimicking swaddling and increasing serotonin levels.
Spontaneous talk on surprise topics. Authors Neal Stephenson & Nicole Galland on blurring the lines between science and magic.
19% of American soldiers returned from Vietnam addicted to heroin. 95% of them recovered without relapse. How?
Perhaps moving the entire planet into a different orbit could help us avoid the boiling of the oceans. It's unorthodox, but not entirely off-the-wall, says astrophysicist Ethan Siegel.
Psychopathy and sadism play a prominent role among those who choose to take it up.