16 September 2014, 03:26 AM ET
How media reports cover suicide actually leads to more suicides.
16 September 2014, 03:00 AM ET
With sexual harassment surprisingly common in science professions, will the fields ever lose their stigma as a club of "old, white males"?
16 September 2014, 02:03 AM ET
Abhor asparagus and can't stand coffee? You may be a super taster.
14 September 2014, 03:01 AM ET
From strange aquatic dinosaurs to more to the story of Stonehenge, here are the most interesting stories we found in Science this week.
13 September 2014, 03:08 AM ET
Volcanoes, tornadoes, dancing lights and a full harvest moon are just a few of our favorite images from this week in Science.
12 September 2014, 05:46 PM ET
Natasha Schüll is a cultural anthropologist who explores questions at the nexus of human-machine interaction, but she looks forward to the day when the hard and soft sciences can work together.
12 September 2014, 03:08 PM ET
Anthropologist Natasha Schüll seeks to understand our connections and responses to machines and technology.
12 September 2014, 12:04 AM ET
With each week that passes, the Ebola crisis in West Africa deepens. And amid the horror, the fear and a public health response described by Medicine Sans Frontières as “lethally inadequate,” public health systems face total collapse.
11 September 2014, 03:34 PM ET
Religion and politics have little effect on morality, a new study suggests.
11 September 2014, 12:50 PM ET
Green jobs are booming, but the momentum could crash if the U.S. Congress doesn't shore up support.
10 September 2014, 08:57 AM ET
Weird doll-like faces appear more realistic to people when they're lonely than when they're socially connected, a new study finds. Casting a wide net for social links may be adaptive for isolated people.
09 September 2014, 11:06 PM ET
The life sciences have come under fire recently with a study published in PLOS ONE that investigated the level of sexual harassment and sexual assault of trainees in academic fieldwork environments.
09 September 2014, 05:10 PM ET
The leader of the COASST ocean conservation group says why her work makes her feel like Jacques Cousteau.
09 September 2014, 12:57 AM ET
Need a reason for optimism in the fight against disinformation? Here are one million.
08 September 2014, 12:33 PM ET
Amazing science images every day.
08 September 2014, 08:43 AM ET
Most infants begin learning a spoken language from the moment they're born. But as the brain becomes less flexible with age, it's difficult for children to master the sounds and intonation of a second language.
08 September 2014, 08:35 AM ET
Children often learn by observing people around them. Without any instruction many toddlers figure out how to turn on a TV or twist open a door handle. Now, scientists have found that 2- year-olds may also rely on probability to make sense of their world.
07 September 2014, 02:30 AM ET
Dinosaur giants and sitters, mushroom-growing diapers and a "normal" family are just the tip of the iceberg for this week's cool science articles.
06 September 2014, 02:39 AM ET
From a spectacular eruption in Iceland to a gigantic dino from the past, here are the most awesome photos we found in Science this week.
05 September 2014, 08:18 PM ET
Daily interactions require bargaining, be it for food, money or even making plans.
05 September 2014, 07:26 PM ET
Most of us were taught that saying “thank you” is simply the polite thing to do. But recent research in social psychology suggests that saying “thank you” goes beyond good manners.
04 September 2014, 12:03 PM ET
A team of evolutionary psychologists discovered that a few facial muscle groups are responsible for a universal "angry face."
04 September 2014, 12:00 PM ET
Whether people continue to peruse their goals in the face of setbacks, or give up, may depend on how much control they feel they have over the situation, a new study suggests.
04 September 2014, 07:13 AM ET
The change in the American family since 1960 has not been a march toward more single-mom households, but actually a scattering toward diverse family structures, new research finds.
03 September 2014, 07:35 AM ET
Economic growth may spell the end of many of the world's nearly 7,000 spoken languages, say scientists. Languages in the tropics and Himalayan region are likely to be increasingly threatened in the near future.
02 September 2014, 12:32 PM ET
These seven kids prove that grown-ups aren't the only ones who can discover cool stuff.
02 September 2014, 07:23 AM ET
New research suggests that spending more time with electronic devices and less time with face-to-face interaction is making kids worse at recognizing and reading emotions in others.
31 August 2014, 08:51 PM ET
We’re getting more stupid.
31 August 2014, 08:38 PM ET
31 August 2014, 05:37 PM ET
An ancient greek tomb, manipulating memories and a volcanic eruption are just the tip of the Science iceberg.
30 August 2014, 02:18 PM ET
Methane plumes erupting, a walking fish and endangered coral species — just a few of the amazing photos this week in Science.
30 August 2014, 06:32 AM ET
What makes our sun shine has been a mystery for most of human history.
29 August 2014, 08:16 PM ET
There is no science in race.
29 August 2014, 10:06 AM ET
Many people report having happy and healthy lives when they are involved in meaningful relationships. In a new review, two researchers examined how relationships can encourage — or thwart — personal thriving.
29 August 2014, 02:17 AM ET
Despite persistent cultural misconceptions, nearly half of U.S. adults suffer from a mental illness during their lifetime.
28 August 2014, 02:01 PM ET
Life the frigid Arctic is challenging, but humans have populated the region for thousands of years. Now, a new study suggests the first groups of people to live in the Arctic region of the Americas do not have any descendents living today.