En los medios

There may be a universal logic to how physicists, computers and brains tease out important features from among other irrelevant bits of data.

Al pensar en especies en peligro de extinción vienen a la mente linces y pandas. Nadie piensa nunca en las jirafas, que Dalí consideraba como símbolo de la masculinidad, y cuya existencia se da por sentado. Sin embargo, el animal vivo más alto del mundo podría estar dirigiéndose lentamente hacia su desaparición.

Almost every day, the news contains another story of sexual assault. Those stories that make the news are likely only a small fraction of those assaults reported, and only a minority of victims ever makes a formal complaint to police.

Early note shows delight at birth of his daughter while later letters show fame was beginning to be a trial

Un estudio realizado en moscas de la fruta apoya la hipótesis de que los hábitos de un individuo durane su vida pueden afectar a la salud de las generaciones posteriores

It involves hours staring at a piece of paper or screen. Scores of frustrated attempts, blind alleys, cruel false hopes and a very remote chance of success. Yet it is utterly absorbing and, perhaps surprisingly, increasingly fashionable among schoolchildren. What on earth is behind the appeal of code breaking?

There’s a bitter fight over the patents for CRISPR, a breakthrough new form of DNA editing.

After a 30-year struggle to harness quantum weirdness for computing, physicists finally have their goal in reach.

If cancer, heart disease, and emphysema weren’t bad enough, male smokers may have another thing to worry about: losing their Y chromosomes.

Un estudio demuestra que las descargas de estos animales bloquean las neuronas motoras de sus presas, de modo que facilitan la captura.