According to this laboratory study, the desire for a stiff drink could go further back than we think.
Brain damage has unleashed extraordinary talents in a small group of otherwise ordinary individuals. Will science find a way for everyone to tap their inner virtuoso?
Rewiring the brain to battle seizures, blindness, and more
Yes, but it takes a long, long time.
Plus a valentine from space, a bathroom in a bubble, and more
Confused about the difference between a meteorite and a killer asteroid? We've got you covered.
And that could mean better pain medication.
A meta-look at the complicated (and sometimes contradicting) research on love and relationships. Happy Valentine's Day!
A new study says that smartphones are feasible for use in psychological testing.
After one treatment, beagles were symptom-free up to four years later.
In his State of the Union Address, Obama promised executive action to reduce pollution and fund alternative fuel research. Got questions? We'll be at the White House later today to get answers for you. UPDATE: The Q&A is over now. Thanks for your great questions!
The humble submersible Alvin has triumphed over sinking and swordfish, and taken ocean exploration to new depths.
Even if some might take issue with the science on display.
A new robotic rat helps create models of depression in lab rats.
And why that's good for science. Happy Valentine's Day!