If stem cell tools can make drug development more efficient, it could arrest the decline of industry funding in neurological conditions, where drug development has proved especially expensive and tricky...
A continent-wide survey combined GIS, remote-sending and ape population data on a large scale to show that gorilla habitats have shrunk for many gorilla subspecies
Known as the "iron man," a 24-centimeter-high sculpture was likely created from a piece of the Chinga meteorite that was strewn across the border region between Russia and Mongolia between 10,000 and 20,000 years ago...
A new Research Councils U.K. policy encourages researchers to shun science journals that prohibit authors from following the six-month post-publication mandate
The discovery of an apparent DNA-RNA hybrid virus blurs the boundaries between two major groups, and shows that recombination could be an important route of virus evolution
The former chief seismologist for the state's DOT criticized Italy's top earthquake experts, saying they were conscious of the high risk in the area and failed to advise residents
The latest analyses from the Large Hadron Collider boost the case for the particle's existence, but there's no new data
Some lab-bred GM mosquitoes can survive in the wild, green groups say, but the bug-maker calls that assertion 'inaccurate'
The race for genomes-in-a-day heats up as two companies promise this service by the end of 2012