Politicians must not interfere with the free and open pursuit of science
In field locations where there are no bathrooms, life can get complicated
Elderly rodents that received human umbilical cord blood improved significantly in memory tests
Raw data from a 40-year-old study raises new questions about fats
39-year-old drawing hints at what the Event Horizon Telescope may have just captured: the true shape of a black hole
From the standpoint of paleoecology, the so-called Paleo diet is a myth
Thousands congregated in the nation's capital and other cities in the U.S. and around the world to support scientific research and protest Trump administration–proposed budget cuts. Scientific American spoke with researchers, students and fact-loving activists at the New York City and D.C. marches.