Genes influence whether you can listen to two conversations at once.
The health benefit the surgery confers might be tempered by a loss of the penisÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ most receptive regions.
Sea sponges have many of the genes needed to make a nervous system; despite not having any themselves.
More than 14,700 letters written both by and to the famous naturalist are now available for online reading.
Eruptions that sundered Greenland from western Europe set off intense global warming 55 million years ago.
Scientists found bits and pieces of Earth's first known trees in various places, finally learning what they looked like.
Scientists have been wagering privately for years, now the public can bet on climate change effects. The odds, however, are not in your favor.
A new study shows how auditory and visual information in the brain can work together to trick us into seeing things that are not there.
The planet might once have been dominated by microbes that used a molecule other than chlorophyll to harness Sunâ€™s rays.
The relics of Joan of Arc are not the remains of the fifteenth-century French heroine and saint, but rather manufactured items made from an Egyptian mummy.