The first car mostly made in China has arrived for sale in the U.S. David Biello reports
The Upper Atmospheric Research Satellite is now predicted to fall to Earth around September 23, a day earlier than previously reported
Nature Video presents five short films on physiology and medicine
New research investigates how jellyfishes are succeeding fishes as dominant players in ocean ecosystems
Poor design of experiments undermines idea that action games bring cognitive benefit.
Dams have been designed for river flows that will soon no longer apply, according to new research
Books and recommendations from Scientific American
Immune responses of patients could point way forward for future vaccines.
More than 20 Nobel laureates and about 550 young researchers from 77 countries met at Germany's Lindau Island on Lake Constance from June 26 to July 1 to discuss the future of science and innovative thinking...
Two early-career scientists met with a Nobel laureate who is a pioneer in their field
Practices for sustainable fire management are laid out in the framework
Ownership of objects plays a critical role in human identity
Distinguishing between science and pseudoscience is problematic
An experiment starting next month in the U.K. will pump water one kilometer into the air to test a new climate-cooling method that eventually could deliver sunlight-reflective sulfate particles into the stratosphere...
Adherence to data-sharing policies is as inconsistent as the policies themselves.
Experience with natural seeps in Italy suggests that any CO2 leaking from proposed underground storage is unlikely to kill
Laughter with friends releases endorphins, the brain's "feel-good" chemicals
Become part of a social-networking effort to understand and fight viral threats
In the 1970s U.S. shelters euthanized 12 million to 20 million cats and dogs annually, whereas there were 67 million domesticated pets in the U.S. Today three million to four million animals are killed, and more than 135 million cats and dogs have homes...