A Harvard primatologist thinks that the invention of barbecue occurred 1.9 million years ago, fueling the expansion of the early hominid brain.
The penultimate day of Chris Anderson's African conference is pleasing.
Critics say that in applying for a patent for an artificial organism, the maverick scientist is out to create a "Microbesoft" empire.
The NEJM says that more than 71,000 people signed up to be monitored for lingering health effects following 9/11.
If replicated in humans, new procedures developed in mice could be a huge boon to the field.
The elite technology show mostly sparkles, but sometimes grates. That's fine.
The elite technology show has come to Africa. Africans are pleading for investment, which angers the Irish rock star.
Marijuana-like cannabinoids appear in a mouse fetus at just the right time to help young neurons connect properly.
Microsoft has announced a touch-screen table that interacts with gadgets placed on its surface.
In a bizarre alternative to photosynthesis, some fungi "eat" radiation--with the role of chlorophyll taken by melanin, a chemical also found in human skin.