The sheer abundance and variety of life can have a powerful and somewhat disorienting effect.
Elaine Howard Ecklund debunks the myth that the two are in conflict.
Elephants might have the necessary capacities for personhood. We just need to help them acquire the cognitive scaffolding.
A new analysis of rocks from the same location calls that conclusion into doubt.
The Mars landing is a reminder that we never know what—or whom—we might discover out there.
The question of whether time moves in a loop or a line has occupied human minds for millennia.
The one thing you probably understand about quantum physics is actually a poor metaphor for the modern state of the field.
When science hits a limit, consider new ways of digging in.
Scientists zero in for an up-close examination of subatomic particles.
Chinese scientist claims to use Crispr to make first genetically edited babies.