The Wari people used their corn-based beer to spread their culture across Peru.
A state-by-state breakdown of policies that could change your community.
Extreme attitudes are usually accompanied by a sense that those beliefs are the only "correct" ones.
Researchers change opinions on political issues with a sleight of hand.
Your super liberal and super conservative relatives might all have one thing in common.
An animation by Northeastern University's LazerLab shows what's being donated, and where.
Historians haven't seen scientists this politically engaged since 1964
Goodbye, East Coast.
More mentions on Twitter mean more votes for a candidate, whether the buzz is positive or negative.
An amazing visualization of America's shifting political tides
When you make the geography reflect the electoral college, things get weird. SuperPACS and other political spenders understand that.
The hot-button research issues facing the new administration
A step towards bio-batteries
On the Labrador Sea, the scientific crew of the research vessel Knorr hunts for underwater storms, sinks a two-mile mooring--and gathers clues to the planet's fate
Or, how to get high on electrodes.
If you wanted better asteroid detection, maybe you should have provided some funding, NASA's chief told Congress.
In fact, patients injected with the vaccine actually developed HIV more often than those who were given a placebo. Eep.
A working model of the estimated $5-million device could be ready within a year.
I think we'd all be in favor of getting rid of dental drills.
Applications are due in two weeks. Results are due in two months.
These critters are a lot less lame than we thought
Archaeologists argue that drought caused by climate variation played a major role in the decline and fall of Mayan civilization.