2/11/18

"The human body is an abundant source of energy. We thought: 'Why not harness it to produce our own power?'"

1/30/18

Equity analysts may lose IPO investors money while making banks richer.

1/24/18

"The United States continues to have a massive juvenile justice system that does not, generally speaking, serve youth well..."

1/9/18

A new study challenges scientific dogma about how we taste sweet, savory, and bitter flavors.

12/28/17

Hurricanes Maria and Irma offered scientists a "natural experiment" for studying storm damage to coral reefs. Here's what they saw.

12/20/17

"Overall, based on all the studies we reviewed, our strongest recommendation to parents and caregivers is 'don't give up!'"

12/19/17

"Like snowflakes, no two smartphones are the same."

12/15/17

Though child neglect accounts for 75 percent of all child protection cases in the US, tools to assess chronic neglect aren't up to snuff, researchers say.

12/12/17

The new map-making method could help fight poverty around the globe, thanks to its greater accuracy and cheaper cost.

12/5/17

Babies raised hearing one language spoken with different accents may help researchers understand more about how we learn to communicate.

9/22/16

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