American commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions are encouraging other nations
A study found that the stronger a subject's memory of a particular food, the more likely they were to choose it again, even over foods they professed to enjoy more.
Researchers from Columbia University prompt mice to taste sweet and bitter by activating brain cells
Have questions about the climate talks? Here are eight answers that may help
As you dig into those mashed potatoes, be grateful the universe’s physical constants are so precise that a slight variation in any one would render that drumstick—and even your existence—impossible
Inaction on climate 'could see rise of 6 degrees Celsius'
Twenty minutes into a meal, E. coli pump out appetite-suppressing proteins, which could influence our feeling of hunger. Christopher Intagliata reports.
I was introduced to the Einstein field equations three decades ago as a naïve undergraduate—and was smitten at once by their beauty and simplicity
Some say not much, but new research sheds light on the uniqueness of the human brain
On the centennial of the theory of general relativity, senior Fermilab scientist Don Lincoln reflects on Einstein's quest to understand the quantum world
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