It's time for a massive global response to the Ebola outbreak. Read more here.
Here's an evolutionary surprise: from worms to spinal discs.
The amount of gray matter in the brain may indicate level of risk tolerance.
Speaking of which, how is social media affecting your brain? A fantastic video from the ever-wonderful ASAP Science:
The discovery of three extinct squirrel species points to the origins of mammals - it may have been much earlier than we thought.
Using stem cells, researchers have shown that the neural cells of people with schizophrenia secrete higher amounts of three neurotransmitters broadly implicated in psychological disorders. (Open Access)
Your blood type may affect your memory later in life.
The drivers causing rich bird biodiversity in the neotropics has been identified.
Female baboons with boyfriends live longer.
Researchers have identified an enzyme that may be the key to slowing the aging process. (Open Access)
T-cells do quite a bit of chattering - and this may be the key to producing more efficient vaccines.
Non-dominant hand use drove the evolution of human hand morphology.