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The early Earth was no place for life as we know it: Belching volcanoes, meteor strikes, hydrogen cyanide and a healthy bombardment of ultraviolet rays.
A choreographer and a biologist team up to create a dance that’s part high art, part climate change consciousness raising.
Cognitive neuroscientist Michael Gazzaniga discusses his on discovering how these halves communicate.
When we picture rapidly moving things, people seem to have a preference for ones that move from left to right, not right to left.
A new, fast 3-D printer uses ultraviolet light and oxygen to shape liquid resin.
Physicists discuss the quest to understand dark energy and dark matter.
The malaria parasite manufactures lemon-and-pine-scented aromas that attract mosquitoes.
The smells of Los Angeles’ Koreatown—a bustling, crowded, and gritty enclave just east of downtown—aren’t particularly pleasant. K-Town, as Angelenos lovingly call it, conjures odors from loose asphalt, c...