Clinical trial patients had two fewer headaches a month compared with those who received a placebo
After his previous rejection of climate science, Jim Bridenstine tells employees he will keep politics out of the agency’s work
The world’s only known vertebrate–microbe symbiosis appears to be good for the salamander, but stressful for the alga. So why do they put up with it?
Stanford Ovshinsky changed your life, and the full impact of his brilliance may still be to come
Technology developed for urban crimes can help localize blasts that destroy coral reefs
The new Google AI voice assistant, called Duplex, highlights the intricacies of carrying out a mundane human-style conversation, as it keeps you off the phone.
Public health workers are preparing to roll out inoculations even as the disease has spread to an urban location
Neuroscientist Simon Baron-Cohen absorbs the grave revelations in a study on a pediatrician enmeshed in autism's history
Intense human pressure on areas set aside for preservation could be threatening biodiversity
Reducing water consumption from power plants is a worthy conservation strategy, but the cost may outweigh the benefits compared with alternatives like desalinating saltwater