Archivo: Scientific American

Humans evolved to be interdependent, not self-sufficient

Scientists say that the new material is even more durable than real dental enamel

Independent concepts from each nation envision launching high-speed spacecraft on aspirational multigenerational voyages into the great unknown of interstellar space


New evidence suggests an origin to an exceptionally hot period in Earth’s history

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Trees die as a result of severe damage, but some have overcome storms, droughts, fires, and more to survive for thousands of years

One brain region is crucial for our ability to form and maintain a consistent identity both now and when thinking about the future

New proof-of-concept research shows how environmental DNA (eDNA) technology could be used to assess what is buzzing by


A common solution is emerging in two different fields: developmental biology and neuroscience

Fangs evolved over and over because of this groovy process