A bioethicist suggests that neuroscience challenges how we view ourselves. Advances in our understanding of the brain have turned neuroscience into one of the hottest frontiers in research, and in ethics.
They look awesome. But mostly, they mean less being eaten by flies and lions. Why zebras have stripes has long been something of a mystery. We have a pretty good idea they're used as protection, but the
Babies can be mysterious creatures -- what exactly is going on in that little noggin? Fortunately, over the years, scientists have developed some creative ways to find out what makes babies tick. Here
Under throbbing loudspeakers at a NASCAR track south of Miami, vaguely humanoid robots with two legs, four legs and tank treads take up garages that normally house race cars. The robots, along with researchers
From the edge of the solar wind to ancient human DNA, science made big strides in 2013. Science mattered more than ever in 2013. Climate science questions raged after Super Typhoon Haiyan pummeled the
Giving a whole new meaning to the phrase "drunk text," York University researchers in Canada have used vodka and a desk fan to send a new kind of text message. In the experiment, they encoded the alphabet
Cubes aren't usually the go-to shape when creating an object that's meant to move around, but researchers in Switzerland have created one that can do just that — along with a handful of other surprising
LONDON (Reuters) - Spain striker Fernando Torres has urged his Chelsea team mates to “hurry up” and adapt to the style of play demanded by manager Jose Mourinho. Chelsea's manager Jose Mourinho (R) talks