Researchers find the organization of the human brain to be nearly ideal
Have you ever wondered why the human brain evolved the way it did?
Protein suggests a new strategy to thwart infection
The newfound ability of a protein of the intestines and lungs to distinguish between human cells and the cells of bacterial invaders could underpin new strategies to fight infections.
Paleontologists use genomics to delve into the lives of ancient humans
Like an immutable passport, birth certificate and social security number, our DNA is a marker of who we are and where we've come from.
Robots can't kill you – claiming they can is dangerous
Robots' involvement in human deaths is nothing new. The recent death of a man who was grabbed by a robot and crushed against a metal plate at a Volkswagen factory in Baunatal, Germany, attracted extensive ...