If only they had developed monkey boats. Tiny little monkey boats! Oh man I wish they had monkey boats.
It's tough luck for the two other towns trying to claim the title
The Paleoamerican migration plot thickens.
Plus, why Esquire's consequence-free drinking method sounds like total bunk.
Researchers say keyboards are not safe to transmit sensitive information after demonstrating a variety of ways to pick up electromagnetic signals from keystrokes
We go way, way back.
In the northernmost reaches of Canada, within the Arctic Circle, scientists have found fossils of...camels. Wait, what?
The research is a step along the way to personalized stem cell therapies.
How do we decide how rare an animal is? How do we figure out how long before it goes extinct? And how do we stop that from happening?
CSI: Early Holocene
Researchers examine cross-cultural differences between how hotel staffs react to abuse.
Fluctuations in serotonin transports help explain seasonal mood swings
Tweeting creditable, verifiable information is hardly scandalous
When the money is water, "wealthier" monkeys take more risks. Which makes them a decent model for human behavior.
Around 40 percent of us may have a fictional recollection as our “first” memory.
You think those monkeys aren't gossiping about you? How naive.
Because three heads are better than one
Researchers find that capuchin monkeys love to give
Researchers hope to extend gene therapy success in restoring sight to colorblind monkeys
Plus, the best colored monkey butts on the internet!
Astrophysicist Adam Frank's new book mixes cosmology with humanity. How does our understanding of the universe and cosmic time inform our daily lives? Especially if time is an illusion?