Science & InnovationNot Exactly Rocket Science 5 Minute Read Last summer, I met Granny. I was on a whale-watching boat that had sailed south from Vancouver Island, in search of a famous and well-studied
First, we learn that the "love hormone" oxytocin makes men more trusting, nurturing and sociable. Then, we learn that a shot of the stuff makes partnered men less likely to stray or even flirt with other
It has qualities so remarkable, it could come from the land of Oz (and could become the television doctor's next big thing, too): a compound derived from a tree growing in South and Central America prompted
It’s blasting away at astonishing speed—and it could help solve a cosmic mystery. This animation shows how one star in a pair could get revved up to high speed when its partner goes supernova. NASA, ESA,
Dry, dusty Mars once had an ocean that held as much water as the Arctic Ocean and covered a larger share of the Red Planet's surface than the Atlantic Ocean does on Earth, according to a surprising new
It takes a lot of choreography Surgeons at the California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) in San Francisco have gotten pretty good at doing kidney transplants; they have done about 200 of them per year 1968.