With its paywall, the publishing industry is crippling research. Sci-Hub is helping make research accessible.
Advocacy groups warned people to avoid participating in the study due to "grave concerns about the unethical research design."
Recompose, located outside of Seattle, has turned its first customers into soil after years of development.
Harvard has a collection of 22,000 bodies going back more than a century, and some of them were likely enslaved. Now, it's apologizing and conducting archival research to determine if and how they may be repatriated.
The largest international study of the physiology of death to date shows that death is “more of a continuum than the flipping of a switch.”
These tools could be in use for a long time to come.
Bob Hendrikx created the Loop Living Cocoon, a biodegradable coffin made of mushroom mycelium, as part of his dream to help us live—and die—sustainably.
The coronavirus is proving what epidemiologists have always known.
New York City is considering burying victims of Covid-19 in public parks, many of which were already built on top of burial grounds.
As the novel disease spreads around the globe, members of the deathcare industry are sharing tips and ordering respirators.