Oh, and it's killed humans, too.
Articles tagged "science"
As it turns out, biotech firms don’t really want to own your DNA after all.
We only have so much attention to give.
This is my job, and that’s awesome.
Getting people access to current research could be a big step towards increasing the science literacy of regular citizens.
A pretty abstract concept for a bird, wouldn't you say?
Astronomers are surprised to have observed a neutron star do something they'd never been seen to do before: slow down.
A new arm, grown for you in your nearest hospital.
Though we're just in the preliminary stages of understanding it, it's a fascinating thing to consider.
If we want to stop more species from piling onto the list of thousands that have successfully taken over new homes, we first have to figure out where they're likely to succeed.
Scientists have finally found a better use for a bird's feather than sticking it in your cap.
Quick: What does nü-metal have to do with materials science?
And scientists are going to use it to learn about hurricanes here at home.
Anthrax outbreaks can be extremely costly for conservationists and wildlife managers.
Four researchers scoured half the world looking for obscure wasps.
Whether it's figuring out what thoughts look like, mapping an entire brain in action, or even testing out neuroenhancing drugs, zebrafish have been involved.
While they're not robots, the UCSD team has developed so-called "nanosponges," which are capable of flowing about a mouse's bloodstream and absorbing lethal toxins.
If anything, this new discovery only deepens the mystery.
"I’m not one of these guys who goes out of his way to be politically incorrect."
Be careful what you read online.
From the cover of OMNI's second best of sci-fi issue…
A new tiger reserve declared by the Indian government will help connect two previously isolated reserves into one large one.