British physicist-turned-biologist Francis Crick discovered the structure of DNA 100 years ago. Crick had a convoluted route to this important discovery.
Neuroscientists have discovered how memory is stored–and backed up–in the brain.
The White House has announced the "microbiome moonshot" – a push to understand the human microbiome.
There might be a reason why being out in nature can put you in a naturally better mood. A new study researched the psychological benefits of ocean views.
A biotech company wants to use stem cell therapy to restore neurological function in patients who have been declared braindead.
Einkorn, an ancient grain, is mediocre for baking, difficult to process, and unproductive in the field. Why is it the next food trend?
When it comes to the relationship between people and soy—a replacement for animal proteins derived from soybeans—well, it's complicated.
Weight loss is a biological problem, and it will require a biological solution.
Physicians and family members still have trouble talking candidly about dying and what it means to die well.
Although secretions like saliva and digestive juices might have a high ick-factor, these bodily products are essential for us to function normally.