Researchers have charted the evolution of the leggy alterations that allowed dinosaurs and birds to stand on their own two feet.
Researchers sent experiments to the International Space Station in order to learn more about bone density loss in space and back on Earth.
Researchers have figured out what drove a mysterious outbreak of tuberculosis affecting the bones.
New research with primates provides evidence that “evidence of reproduction is ‘written in the bones’ for life.'”
A close look at the skeletons of hoppy rodents called jerboas suggests their bones overshot the optimum amount of fusing.
Playing sports like basketball or soccer is better long-term for the bones of young athletes than sports like running, cycling, or swimming, a study shows.
An extinct reptile’s oddly shaped chompers and bones suggest some creatures and plants bounced back quickly after a mass extinction.
New research in mice indicates that people with Down syndrome have a higher risk of bone fractures that don’t heal.
Currently in development for implants, a new lab-made cartilage gel may be better than the real thing for relief from stiff, achy knees.
The remains of a mother mammoth and her calf discovered in New Mexico is among the best evidence for humans settling in North America earlier than thought.