Genomics are getting personal.
Ancient bones found in caves are yielding genetic clues about Ice Age life.
Paleontologists are reconstructing the hearing of early humans for clues to speech ability.
A new study of Bisphenol A finds an association with heart disease and diabetes.
The genes of Europeans can reveal their local roots.
Scientists have generated the first stem cell line that carries a specific disease.
Neuroscientists have produced the first detailed "wiring diagram" of the human cerebral cortex.
When—and where—did human imagination first emerge?
Facial expressions may do more than show feelings. They may have evolved as survival instincts.