Botanical gardens and other urban green spaces can hold surprising diversity, according to a new study that shows they're key for butterflies.
"This personalized immune therapy could be a game-changer for a disease this is so deadly and difficult to treat."
Many people are dreading the holidays, but there are science-backed ways to get more out of the parties and get-togethers.
AI that compares what news media actually reported to what could have been reported can identify biases we might otherwise miss.
A rough morning at home with a partner can push people to help their coworkers later as mood repair, say researchers.
Researchers have made yeast turn red or glow when it successfully detects cannabinoids, a feat that could lead to drug discovery.
"I don't want getting an IUD to be a traumatic experience for patients," says study coauthor and resident Jenny Wu.
Traveling with friends can help migrating animals get where they're going, even when they go astray, researchers say.
New research identifies more than 2,300 genes predicting alcohol and tobacco use after analyzing data from more than 3.4 million people.
Masks lowered the performance of chess players until they adjusted to wearing them, new research on cognitive performance shows.