Science of happiness courses are attracting thousands of students. But there’s still a lot to learn about whether these lessons stick.
An experiment to change the blood type of donated organs could be a first step to shortening transplant wait times.
Understanding the protein’s role in the cell shows what’s happening in neurodegenerative diseases before symptoms emerge.
A new trend in patient-centered design focuses on making environments more comfortable and less scary.
Studying how and why rhythm evolved in these primates could help unravel the mysteries of human musicality.
Manipulating the master clock could help astronauts, pilots, shift workers, and even holiday travelers. The solution is simpler than you think.
A new plant-based material sparkles without plastics. That could be better for the environment—but it’s also harder to make in industrial quantities.
RTS,S proves that shots can work against parasites. But to eradicate this disease, scientists say we need more than just one tool.
Avid amateurs are generating a wealth of information on avian activity. But does that data reflect new trends in bird behavior, or in people’s?
The question has plagued scientists for centuries. A new study offers some answers.