The technology of miniaturization set hominins apart from other primates
Landmark study reveals the monumental distances traveled for national mass gatherings
A study analyzes the selective attention processes that determine how we explore and interact with our environment
Researchers are one step closer to solving the mystery of why some vertebrates can regenerate their spinal cords while others, including humans, create scar tissue after spinal cord injury, leading to lifelong damage.
Researchers at Yale University gain insights into the mechanics of touch by studying the sensitive skin on ducks' bills, which they found is similar in some ways to the skin on human palms
Washington State University archaeologists have discovered the oldest tattooing artifact in western North America.
Improved access for historically marginalized castes and tribes, but low-educated women and the poorest groups left behind
In the northeast of the Iberian Peninsula, between the third and second millennium BC, a widespread funeral practice consisted of burying humans with animals. Scientists have discovered that both foxes and dogs were domesticated, as their diet was similar to that of their owners.
Research team studies the compelling connection between one of NIH's "most wanted" bacteria and mental health.
A new study has revealed how a group of deep-sea microbes provides clues to the evolution of life on Earth, according to a recent paper in The ISME Journal. Researchers used cutting-edge molecular methods to study these microbes, which thrive in the hot, oxygen-free fluids that flow through Earth's ...
Impulsiveness and substance use share a genetic basis, according to genome-wide association studies published in JNeurosci by academic and industry researchers. With more than 20,000 participants, the research represents the largest genetic analysis of impulsive personality traits to date.