Archivo: Science

Eisai strengthened caution on taking blood thinners with its experimental drug


Early Europeans didn’t simply adopt revolutionary technology from farmers, study finds

Spear-tip techniques may have made their way from Japan more than 16,000 years ago

Study of famed meteorite by quantum diamond microscope also reveals flips in martian field

The plant’s psychoactive compounds could persist in cows’ milk, yet impact on humans is unclear

Ancient DNA from German cemetery suggests timing of population bottleneck for today’s largest Jewish group


April and Autumn are popular, but climate change could bring new names to the fore

Scientists are figuring out the best strategies to regrow lost forests

Researchers say there is a growing body of evidence these viruses interfere with each other’s spread


As ultrathin organic solar cells hit new efficiency records, researchers see green energy potential in surprising places