‘New World’ Could Be Way Older Than We Thought
A fossil find in California makes the case for human settlement of the Americas 130,000 years ago—more than 100,000 years earlier than previously believed. But not all anthropologists are convinced.
An archaeological find near Oaxaca, Mexico hints at the rise of bureaucratic government in the Americas.
How to use your worry, rather than letting it use you up.
What the creature’s eponymous nose can tell us about the human sensory system.
The president has pledged to invest $1 trillion in infrastructure. Can it help Americans get where they need to go faster?
Physicist Richard Garwin has played a prominent role in fields ranging from nuclear weapons, personal computing technology, and science policy.