Experiments in ‘primordial’ conditions (maybe) found chemical reactions that ape a key biological cycle and could exist under the extreme conditions of billions of years ago
Something is intermittently obscuring light from the ‘most mysterious star in the universe’ – but not, it seems, a planet-sized artifact made by aliens orbiting Tabby’s Star
Whether they can create an affordable drug that works in people remains to be seen, but the new method halts all strains of ebola in their tracks
The higher the dose, the higher the probability of cleft lip or palate in the child, new paper says; fortunately, topiramate is not prescribed for dieting purposes in Israel
Mangrove killifish of Florida is only one of two vertebrates that can ‘intimately befriend itself,’ so how come they’re not an army of clones?
A new theory proposed by scientists at Oxford says that most of the water is still there, in the planet’s crust
Glasses tested in a recent trial block the blue light emitted by electronic screens that wreaks havoc with our brain’s melatonin production
Scientists appalled to discover the candida fungus behind thrush not only can, but does exchange genes