The case is a window into the aftermath of sexual misconduct cases, and the growing questions that institutions face about how to hold their most powerful accountable.
Monthly Archives: September 2018
“Is it engorged or is it — like that?”
Scientists are trying to create human sperm and eggs in a dish. They've already done it in mice, and one scientist says it is only a matter of time before there's "a game changer like no other" for human reproduction.
For the first time, an eight-legged animal tripped on MDMA, and the study could help neuroscientists in their quest to understand human behavior.
A psychologist's first reaction to his own study was: "This is nonsense." But the data convinced him.
The crosshatch pattern was drawn using a red rock as soft as lipstick with a skinny point.
The new species were discovered in the Atacama Trench and are "highly adept at living where few other organisms can."
The summer is over, but the toxic algae bloom has drifted into new areas of Florida, officials have warned.
Jocelyn Bell Burnell discovered pulsars — some of the most exotic objects in the universe — and changed astrophysics.
One of the most famous ideas in social psychology says that to break down barriers we should get to know the other side. That's not always true -- especially on social media.