Life on Earth takes billions of shapes, but to see most of them you'll have to dig deep below the planet's surface. For the past 10 years, that's what the scientists of the Deep Carbon Observatory (DCO)
Studying twins has long offered insight into the interplay of nature and nurture. Epigenetics is the next frontier. Monica and Erika Hoffman stand barefoot, side by side near a sign that reads “Twin Studies
It’s a snap, quite literally. Dracula ants sound like they should be good at sucking your blood, not moving fast, but they just set a new record for the fastest animal movement: a snap. Like human fingers,
Just how does machine learning work? You’ve probably read a primer or two on the subject, but often the best way to understand a thing is to try it out for yourself. With that in mind, check out this in-browser
The crystals' patterns repeat not in space, but in time. Crystals are structures in which a pattern of atoms or molecules repeats in space. Now, two teams of researchers have figured out that crystals'
The new book Fire in the Sea brings one eccentric marine biologist's paintings out of obscurity. David McKee, a retired biology professor from Texas A&M University, never got the chance to talk to Henry
John McCarthy, the late computer scientist who first coined the term "artificial intelligence," famously said: "As soon as it works, no one calls it AI any more." What was once cutting-edge AI is now standard
What would happen if it actually works? Like a little white Lazarus with red eyes, the paralyzed mouse was walking again. A few days earlier, the mouse had been sprawled on an operating table while two