The Nobel Prize–winning biologist pioneered the use of C. elegans as an animal model
The Navajo Nation’s shift away from coal and toward renewables is a test case for a wider U.S. transition
It’s collaboration—but that only works when it’s voluntary, not imposed
The discovery helps explain why pyroclastic flows can travel so far, so fast
Thinking outside the box is as important for science as it is for a business start-up
New data reinforces the notion that these exotic stellar corpses are among the universe’s most perfect spheres
Several factors, from geography to group identity, helped this traditional body art endure—even as similar practices were lost in other cultures
A fossil skeleton found in California leads to the discovery of a new mastodon species.
New research suggests that trigger warnings are, at best, trivially helpful.
Hayabusa2 released the projectile to make a crater on the asteroid's surface