What we can learn from the man who got stung…willingly…for science.
Stephanie Bush, a scientist at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI), suggests that squids might use ink to attract a mate, repel a predator, or even confuse their prey.
A look at how stem cells found in the blood can be used to treat cancer, diabetes and other diseases. Them, Hank Greely explores the legal and ethical frontiers of human reproductive technology, and we collect recommendations for summer science fiction reading.
Some researchers argue that we need more research on nearly every interaction people have with guns — including storage, training, theft, suicides, accidents, and so on. Plus, the amazing world of the octopus, and news from the week in science.
Annalee Newitz and Ann VanderMeer share their science fiction picks to add to your summer reading list.
What can “Donkey Kong” tell us about the state of neuroscience? Plus the possible implications of Brexit for science.