What Medicine Is Learning from Animals That Resist Cancer
Beating cancer might come from animals that evolved defenses against it.
Why the Ethical Rules of Human-Subjects Research Need a Fresh Look
A revised law could prevent another Henrietta Lacks situation.
How Identity Ages
It’s not just our flesh and bones that change as we get older.
To a Cigarette Maker, Your Life Is Worth About $10,000
Why most of the tobacco epidemic remains in our future.
Meet the South Pole’s Dark Matter Detective
Reina Maruyama wasn’t expecting her particle detector to work buried deep in ice. She was wrong.
The Multiverse Is an Ancient Idea
Turns out, we’ve been debating the notion of infinite worlds for millennia.
What Military Theory Tells Us About Future Space Warfare
What is it good for?
Is This Planet Occupied?
Life on other planets will likely have these telltale signatures.