Fractional freezing will concentrate any beer, provided you have a bit of patience and a very cold freezer.
Our culture celebrates long work days, but they don't make us more productive.
Ebola viruses prevent the body from mounting an immune response against them, but a new study finds that mutating just one gene makes the virus unable to suppress the immune system.
I'm leaving, on a jet-train...
Cheating in science
Microbial manufacturing is about to go mainstream
New findings on what human activities are able to trigger earthquakes, and what kinds of quakes we may be setting off
Learning how bats avoid radar jamming could help scientists control huge swarms of robots.
Is there any difference between an identical twin and a clone?
It's similar to how sweating helps cool your body in the heat.
We help America's first family of high-tech fireworks prepare for July 4th.
One preeminent scientist tackles the moral and ethical issues that come with the business of genetically enhancing our biology.
Can science make us more secure? We put this query to a few thoughtful people.
Engineers develop a mind-controlled prosthetic arm dexterous enough to play piano
Technology may be ushering in a golden age of stalking, in which predators use GPS, cellphones and other devices to track and terrorize.
In a study of London stock traders, elevated hormone levels coincided with above-average profits.
All of that studying just might have contributed to your Freshman Fifteen
Dispelling the myth that surfing the Web is a time-draining waste of neurons