To do their magic in the cell, proteins must fold into rigid shapes—or so standard wisdom says. But a more tangled story is beginning to emerge
Is the theory at the heart of modern cosmology deeply flawed?
Lethal from day one, the tentacled snake uses surprisingly sly tactics to capture fish
Earthquake detection systems can sound the alarm in the moments before a big tremor strikes—time enough to save lives
Brain scans and other types of neurological evidence are rarely a factor in trials today. Someday, however, they could transform judicial views of personal credibility and responsibility
Computers have great trouble deciphering voices that are speaking simultaneously. That may soon change
- The Science of Health