200,000 years of human population data.
Rare, ancient remains reveal ancestral ties.
Experts examine relationships between flu strains for answers.
Technology for the blind triggers unexpected brain activity.
Neanderthal traces appear in genes for hair and skin.
Scientists locate body regions where emotions spark a response.
Bacterial infusions can heal gut microbe imbalances.
Is our family tree due for a pruning?
Stem cell mini-brains reveal how brain regions organize.
New intravenous vaccine prevents malaria in first tests.
In a Chinese quarry, scientists discover the oldest known fossil primate skeleton.
A life-threatening disease emerges in Botswana from mongoose hosts.
A breakthrough technique delivers a see-through brain.
More carbs in our diet helped harmful oral microbes to succeed.
Bones reveal that ancient human relatives were part-time tree dwellers.
A web program creates disease maps to track epidemics.
Paying attention stimulates brain cells that improve memory.
Fossils explain where and when close relatives in our family tree coexisted.
Our health depends on trillions of microbes living in our bodies.
Fossil gives a heads-up on the origin of flexible infant skulls.
A superbug’s resistance is linked to antibiotics in livestock feed.
Twitter provided real-time data on a cholera outbreak in Haiti.
A keen sense of smell may have given humans an edge in brain development.
In the worldwide wildlife trade, public health risks run high.
Ancient fossils suggest modern humans populated Europe earlier than once thought.
Online game players manipulate models to solve a virus protein puzzle.
Traumatic experiences can alter how the brain looks and works.
Autistic people engage their brain’s visual systems for many tasks.
New finds enter the debate over where humans first settled in the Americas.
Decoding the genomes of other species is critical to understanding our own.
Another human species was alive at the time of Neanderthals.
The key to defeating tuberculosis may lie in its longevity.
Learning to read reorganizes the brain's neural networks—at any age.
A South African site yields evidence of early advancement in our species.
Conflicting neurons may explain cocaine's addictiveness.
Scientists are discovering the tactics malaria parasites use to infect cells.
New brain images offer clues to introspective abilities.
The largest survey yet of human genetic variation.
Gut microbe study reveals that ancient diets suited our bodies better.
Beneficial gene enables Tibetans to thrive at high altitudes.
What's the recipe for living a very long life?
Why can't some teens resist taking risks?
Mood disorders are linked to disturbances of circadian rhythms.
DNA analysis reveals a new—and deadly—strain of flu.
Scientists decode large parts of the Neanderthal genome.
Genetically speaking, how close are we to Neanderthals?
A bacterial DNA sequencing project uncovers the diversity of microbes in humans.
Skin cells become brain cells in a petri dish.
The human genome can tell us the number of people that lived long ago.
A powerful imaging technique may see early nascent brain damage from Lyme disease.