Like whales, this Antarctic predator can strain small prey from the water with sievelike teeth
Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman wants psychologists who study social priming to restore credibility with open data and by having multiple labs repeat experiments to make sure that results are robust
A triple reassortment strain of an H1N2 virus, with genes from avian, swine and human flu, has been shown to jump easily via air to mammals
Three shark species once found in the central Pacific Ocean are now missing, a study of swords, tridents and other weapons reveals
The reverse-engineered life form could be used to test drugs
The findings help to explain why cancer is so difficult to study and treat
A new hypothesis holds that the natural selection produced the chimpanzee's nicer cousin in much the same way that humans bred dogs from wolves
Erez Lieberman Aiden is a talkative, witty fellow who will bend your ear on any number of intellectual topics. Just don’t ask him what he does.