Successful alpha leadership is more about caring and healing than dog-eat-dog supremacy.
Scientists have three theories.
Over a third are worried that vaccines can cause "canine autism."
To this day, one cult believes that Lemuria was real, and that its people left us the sacred wisdom to revive their advanced civilization.
"They decreased their drinking to the point that it was so low we didn’t record a blood-alcohol level."
Smarter building materials can control indoor temperatures without external power.
The structure is fully developed in humans, partially developed in chimps, and completely absent in Old World monkeys.
Metaphors like the Great Chain of Being can lead people to misunderstand evolution and humanity’s place in the web of life.
In polarized times, our shared cellular origin can unite us in solidarity and awe — from the embryonic scale to the grandest cosmic perspective.
If cocaine affects sharks at all, it does so as an anesthetic, not as a stimulant.
Lab-grown meat may work better as a complement to animal agriculture rather than a replacement of it.
Hybrid animals emerge when two different species from the same family reproduce. For many years, the kunga’s lineage was just another genetic mystery.
The space‑specific neurons in the owl’s specialized auditory brain can do advanced math.
Felicia had a job to do.
Quantum physics is starting to show up in unexpected places. Indeed, it is at work in animals, plants, and our own bodies.
For better and worse, the Columbian Exchange plugged the Americas into the global system — and there was no going back.
It is generally ineffective, occasionally poisonous, and driving numerous species to the brink of extinction.
Primatologist Frans de Waal inadvertently popularized the term "alpha male." Now, he’s debunking common stereotypes to explain what an "alpha male" really is — empathetic and protective.
Tardigrades can completely dehydrate and later rehydrate themselves, a survival trick that scientists are harnessing to preserve medicines in hot temperatures.
Numerous videos online show that squid undergo a dramatic color-changing effect after being stunned or killed.
The intensely white coloration of the shrimp is a remarkable feat of bioengineering.