Researchers say feeling old for your age can make you feel more responsible towards others. They also say your “subjective age” can change.
Plastic-free, jelly “ice cubes” could change how food is kept cold. They can be reused a dozen times and then thrown out in the trash or with yard waste.
COVID-19 spit tests that contain the right preservative can also help the study of microscopic organisms in the mouth. That could lead to new treatments.
A two-million-year-old fossil vertebrae shows Australopithecus sediba used their upper limbs to climb like apes and their lower limbs to walk like humans.
An analysis of all 50 states’ school COVID-19 policies finds widespread discordance and variation, both among states and within them.
More carbon emissions come from white neighborhoods than African American ones, research finds. Here are the factors at play.
Scientists weren’t sure if a rare frog species, Gastrotheca guentheri, had real teeth, so they zoomed in on some froglet jaws to find out.
Skipping out on time spent in parks and other forms of nature during COVID’s first year took a toll on the mental health of teens and young adults.
Kids as young as 6 develop ideas that girls aren’t interested in computer science and engineering. The stereotypes could add to the gap in STEM careers.
Even 30 to 70 milliseconds of delay on Zoom tax our brain and make conversations awkward, research shows.