The Science of the Decade
Microbes, big data, Boson Higgs, and brain-computer interface - these are only a few of the discoveries that made their mark in a decade of scientific revolutions that will change our lives
Microbes, big data, Boson Higgs, and brain-computer interface - these are only a few of the discoveries that made their mark in a decade of scientific revolutions that will change - and already are changing - our lives
From chimpanzees to crows, from dolphins to octopi: Why did this ability develop in only a few species, and why them?
does the use of face masks really help protect against disease?
Faster transportation makes it easier for epidemics to spread. Do diseases spread differently today?
As the world grapples with the major outbreak of the novel coronavirus, we revisit the movie Contagion. How did they cope with the pandemic?
What happens if a time traveler kills his or her grandfather? How do you stop a time machine from just appearing somewhere in space, millions of kilometers from home?
Even if you’re stuck at home, you can still make an online visit to nature and science museums around the world
Lately, reports have spread that Australian koalas were “functionally extinct.” The truth is that they can still be saved.
What happens when wild animals settle in urban territory, and what we can learn from San Francisco
Natural phenomena coincided with climate change to cause wildfires
150 years since the creation of the periodic table, and 185 since the birth of its creator, Dmitri Mendeleev
Separation methods; refining crude oil, desalinating water, and extracting cellular DNA
Researchers from the Weizmann Institute of Science have genetically engineered bacteria that build their entire bodies from carbon dioxide in the air
There are a little over one hundred elements in the universe. How were they created?
Very few studies have examined the possible harmful effects of electronic cigarettes.
For some diseases, vaccinations are needed every few years. Why is the flu vaccine different?
Sugars, fat, and the brain’s singularity. Which processes take place in our bodies when we stop eating for many hours?
The unique taste of the Jewish food originates in a series of chemical reactions