Understanding the different ways people bounce back from infections may help determine the treatments they need.
Economics hasn’t been able to explain irrational choices. Can neuroscience?
Energy-sucking bacteria on rocks beneath the planet’s surface may provide a blueprint for life on other worlds.
Interbreeding with our fellow hominins appears to have helped humans survive harsh climates.
The pain of isolation may be what motivates people to make friends.
One biochemist is recreating the conditions that may have caused the rise of the planet’s first organisms.
How scientists are reimagining the environment that gave rise to life
New research suggests we may use the same neurons to map time and space.