Featured by Mara Hvistendahl
Meet the flat-Earthers of the modern era
From YouTube videos to live-streamed conferences, the movement is using technology to plant its message.
Can AI escape our control and destroy us?
Skype cofounder Jaan Tallinn bankrolls efforts to keep superintelligent AI under control.
Researchers Tag Eggs and Embryos With Bar Codes, For Easy In-Vitro Fertilization
The bar code tags do not remain in the fully grown organism
Baby Born From 20-Year-Old Frozen Embryo
A New York woman has set a new record
Birth Control Pills Shown to Alter Structure of Women’s Brains
A new study explores the surprising cognitive effects of contraception
At Last, Science Figures Out The Keys to Sexy Dancing
Motion-capture technology allows an objective analysis of which dance moves are most attractive
Has The “Gay Gene” Been Found in Female Mice?
Tweaking a single gene in female mice has been found to change their sexual preference
“Bright Pill” for Male Birth Control Shows Promise in Early Tests
The pill interferes with protein synthesis in sperm
FDA Advisory Panel Reviews “Female Viagra” Drug, Finds it Lacking
The drug, designed to increase women's libidos, is being considered for FDA approval
Reproductive Tech Outpaces Longevity Tech, as World’s Oldest Mother is Now Dying of Old Age
Rajo Devi Lohan became a mother at age 70