A tiny living heart chamber replica can more accurately mimic a real heart. It could provide a sandbox for testing new heart disease treatments.
Hey moms: When your teens don’t seem to hear you, it’s not that they don’t want to clean their room. It’s just their brains tuning you out.
After a bunch of detective work, researchers have found the culprits behind holes bored into a fossilized coconut from 60 million years ago: Beetles.
Blind people can remember speech better than sighted people, but do no better when remembering sounds, a new study shows.
Professor Dana Suskind makes the case for how America can—and should—improve societal support for parents of young children.
A new study of decreased genetic diversity in the immune system of the Wyoming toad could lead to new captive breeding strategies for endangered species.
An increase in tillage intensity in corn and soybean fields on US farms since 2008 has led to an increase in greenhouse gas from those fields.
Prompting Christians to think of their belief in God’s unconditional love reduces the pull of self-improvement purchases, research finds.
To better understand mood swings that precede Alzheimer’s disease memory loss, researchers focused on a critical brain region processing motivation.
A new device owes its height-jumping prowess to the size of its spring relative to its motor: it’s nearly 100 times greater than that found in animals.