Could antibacterial soaps lead to resistant strains?
Anthropologists debunk another myth of evolutionary progress
A new exhibit makes the case for the value of biodiversity
New microscopy techniques observe life's molecules in action
Biochemistry offers some new clues
China's eugenics law makes trouble
for science and business
Global Fertility and Population
An inexpensive new test instantly
spots harmful E. coli
A sheep cloned from adult cells opens vast scientific possibilities and ethical dilemmas
A sponge uses optical fibers
to gather sunlight
New ways to fend off antibiotic-resistant pathogens
The origin of life on earth appears more and more inevitable--or does it?
Early trials encountered unforeseen complications. A new round of more sophisticated strategies may turn the tide