The test was halted when a participant suffered spinal cord damage, and U.S. scientists launched an investigation
Psychologist Susan Blackmore stays grounded in science while exploring the outer reaches of consciousness.
Hummingbirds in the Peruvian Andes enter a state of torpor at night to conserve energy, dipping their body temperature to as low as 38 degrees Fahrenheit. Christopher Intagliata reports. ...
Nikon’s Small World in Motion competition captures creatures and forces that are invisible to the naked eye.
A U.N. report reveals that countries worldwide have failed to meet key conservation targets set for 2020
In a new book, journalist Judith Warner offers compassionate advice for a difficult time—and suggests that parents are part of the problem
Our bungled national response exposed the fragility of our already broken health care system by keeping people with other fatal diseases from getting treatment
The state went after the disease with widespread testing and science-based targets. Now it is in better shape than its neighbors
Given an impossible task, a dog will ask a human for help, but a wolf will not seek help—and neither will a pet pig.
U.K. trials of the Oxford and AstraZeneca vaccine have resumed after a brief pause, yet key details of the events have not been released