The physiology of weight regain still baffles scientists, but surprising insights have emerged
The Murchison meteorite, which screamed to Earth 50 years ago, carried with it stardust that's seven billion years old. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Perovskite may be more efficient, and cheaper, than traditional silicon, but durability remains an issue
It would be a huge win in fighting the opioid crisis
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A complex natural signaling system could help address impulse-control disorders
Gravitational waves attributed to the collision of two neutron stars could have been produced by something much stranger
Hunted areas of Gabon have fewer large mammals and a thicker forest understory—but they also have fewer termites. Jason G. Goldman reports.
Electric vehicles, delivery drones and rules on when delivery trucks can operate are some solutions proposed in a new report
Over the first leg of the trip, scientists say they are already learning how much humans have altered the polar region