Ecuadorian scientists have revived a new species of yeast from pre-Incan tomb, illuminating prehistoric life
Cold Cases: Scientists use a variety of tools to help them identify human remains [Video and Slide Show]
Forensic anthropologists refer to animal skeletons and to new 3D software to help identify victims.
Vast deposits of rare earth and critical minerals found in Afghanistan by U.S. geologists under military cover could solve world shortages and get the country off opium and out from under Taliban control...
3-D printers can create models and prototypes, replicas of your head, even living tissues—and at Lehman College, they reproduce and reconstruct ancient fossils
A new exhibit reveals the skeletons in everyone's closet
Few flying cars and no fountains of youth: Since 2000 many old science goals have remained as far away as ET's signals
Fifteen years in the making, a dossier of papers on "Ardi" published in Science suggest that like humans, chimpanzees have undergone substantial evolutionary change
A rising star in public health is showing the world that the deadliest strains of tuberculosis can be treated anywhere
And even if you don't, you'll gaze on fossilized dinosaurs, rhinos and other reptiles in their natural context—instead of in a museum set piece
Which bat would be voted "most likely to eat insects" in their high school yearbook?
Ancient stone artifacts reveal the day-to-day lives of Clovis people while offering tantalizing clues of an even earlier culture
Institutions step up fight against attacks on theory of evolution
An extraordinary new human fossil comes to light