A virtual reality simulation called Project Shell lets people take on the body of a loggerhead sea turtle. The experience can increase their concern for animals.
Women in science are 13% less likely to be named as authors in related scientific articles than male counterparts, and 59% less likely to have their name on patents.
Teachers are facing a range of challenges old and new, and many are experiencing burnout as a result. Here, two experts explain how to improve things.
The COVID-10 pandemic limited access to opioid addiction treatment for some racial and ethnic minority groups, but not for white people.
Research on cancer drugs shifted course to produce a longer-lasting version of avobenzone, a common ingredient in sunscreen.
When wetland microbes don't get the copper they need, the result may have consequences for the environment.
"...much of the anthropological work on human mating patterns are based on only people's preferences. This research focuses on people's actions."
A new study offers a surprising finding about breast cancer: circulating cells that later form metastases mainly arise when a person is sleeping.
Losing a beloved family member is never easy, but a new study suggests the death of a grandmother might trigger depression in adolescent boys.
New climate change ecology research links the amount of carbon dioxide taken in by land ecosystems, such as forests, to the availability of water.