Scientists Say They've Made Chocolate Healthier
Nestle’s new invention rolls out in 2018.
Researchers Trashed NYC to See What People Would Do
Guess how many New Yorkers called them out for littering.
Mouse Study Suggests We Can Hack Our Circadian Rhythms
And in turn, battle obesity.
Ashley P. Taylor
Scientists Made Mice That Are See-Through, Shrunken, and Glow in the Dark
This new technique gives scientists a whole new perspective on the body's insides.
The Federal Government Hosted a Workshop to Discuss Animal-Human Hybrids
Remember the demon rat with the human ear?
I Trained Rats to Trade, and Win, on Wall Street
I taught lab rats to trade in the foreign-exchange and commodity-futures markets. With the help of these rodents, I managed to outperform some of the world's leading human fund managers.
What It's Like to Be a Human Lab Rat
I'm having trouble selling my body to science, but other career guinea pigs aren't.