“Many of us feel like time is running out for us to act.”
Meanwhile, it's snowing in Rome.
Some applicants will have to provide 15 years of detailed info on travel, residency, and employment—plus their social media handles and email addresses.
The latest chapter in the ongoing Trump-pope beef is all about climate change, which the new president-elect once tweeted is a Chinese hoax.
'Drugs like MDMA should be the object of rigorous scientific study, and should not necessarily be demonized,' one researcher says.
The Science and Entertainment Exchange is making movies like Thor and Ant-Man more scientifically accurate, but the process can be painful.
A change in government could have a generational impact on the scientific community.
We talked about everything from quantum mechanics to why Arnold has to be naked.
The trouble with talking about America's human experiments is that you instantly sound like a doomsday-prepping, conspiracy-spouting whackjob. To combat that stereotype, here's a rundown of some of the officially-documented ones we've carried out.
We used to believe that a healthy human could control the Toxoplasma parasite indefinitely. New evidence suggests the opposite. Through a delicate finessing of the neurotransmitters in our brains, it is us who are being controlled.
Oxford professor Nick Bostrom’s job is to imagine nightmare scenarios for humanity, including plagues, asteroid strikes, and superbugs. He spends a surprising amount of time worrying that HAL 9000-style deranged computers will wipe us all out.