A traumatic brain injury could alter master genes and increase your risk of developing certain brain diseases, like ADHD, Alzheimer’s, and autism.
Scientists from Berkeley and Mich. develop a model from a math perspective for how genes are expressed in different cells at different stages.
A class of elementary students from Danville, IL, will serve as ambassadors and designers for a part of a hot-air balloon festival. Homework required.
Are we alone? NASA scientists have published their discovery of 7 Earth-sized planets orbiting a red dwarf star that’s only 39 light years away.
Honeybees are important pollinators for crops. If the bees decline, as they are in many important regions of the US, crops suffer.
Which repellent is the best at protecting you against mosquito bites. Some entomologists in New Mexico asked that question. Skip the sonic ones, they say.
Pres. Trump spoke a little, and a little too dimly, about autism at a White House event yesterday with US Ed. Sec. Betsy DeVos.
Scientists in Mass. have found a new way to analyze brain waves to determine what stage of sleep we’re in during the night. Pretty.
Today is Charles Darwin’s birthday, and we celebrate it by talking about the intersection of science, religion, the care of our planet, and technological advances.
How does good sleep affect your capacity for learning and for remembering what you learn? Hopkins scientists have some answers.