If Your Cells Continue to Function, What Does it Mean to Die?
"Am I my liver, my stomach, my kidney? All these things still work when I am dead."
Why Did the Genetic Code of All Life on Earth Suddenly Stop Evolving?
Around 3,000 million years ago, something stopped the genetic code from growing.
Researchers Try to Bust Depression by Unravelling Sleep Cycles
The answer lies in our genes, of course.
BPA Not Only Messes With Your Hormones, It May Mess with Your Genes and Lungs, Too
Two new studies this week add new evidence to the case against BPA.
This Is What a Brain Looks Like When It's Forming Memories
Scienists put a tiny camera inside a mouse's hippocampus. Here's what they saw.