An art historian has teamed up with chemists to uncover the science behind cosmetics used around 500 years ago.
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Unlike all other studied primates, humans lack vocal membranes. That lets humans produce the sounds that language is built on ...
Navigating neutrinos Tidal disruption events, in which supermassive black holes rip apart stars, could supercharge ghostly ...
Editor in chief Nancy Shute discusses science's fascination with space, from 25 years of Mars rovers to the James Webb Space Telescope's mind-blowing first images.
Learning how the common Epstein-Barr virus may trigger multiple sclerosis could help experts design better treatments — or ...
Sea sponges rely on a sneezing mechanism to clear their pores, using mucus to flush out debris. This mucus provides food for ...
Methods that stimulate the spine with electrodes promise to improve the lives of people with spinal cord injuries, in ways ...
She and other zoo gorillas make the noise, a cross between a sneeze and a cough, when zookeepers with food are near. The ...
A monoclonal antibody for malaria passed an early hurdle and now will be tested in children in Africa, who are most at risk ...
Starlight is eroding the atmospheres of a handful of gassy exoplanets that are a bit smaller than Neptune, gradually exposing ...