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Scientists use language and logic to translate monkey sounds into English and develop linguistic rules for primate dialects.
This year’s budget produced some big winners in science (NASA, GMOs), as well as some less fortunate losers—like the EPA and US Fish and Wildlife
Researchers mimicked spider legs to design a powerful mechanical sensor.
Hairlike structures on cells may play a role in a host of genetic disorders, including kidney degeneration, vision impairment and even some cancers.
The innovation industry faces an uncertain future, as long as the United States R&D Tax Credit remains a Congressional roller coaster ride.
Congress (probably) won’t defund the government next week. But if they do, their decision will be disastrous for science.
Scientists unveil the world’s largest index of human protein interactions, which could pinpoint cancer genes.
The House Committee on Appropriations recently appointed two relatively science-friendly chairmen to powerful subcommittee seats.
Some swathes of city concrete may foster as much insect diversity as heavily wooded areas.
AI helps mechanical magicians fool human spectators.
“Net Neutrality” is Obamacare for the Internet; the Internet should not operate at the speed of government. — Senator Ted Cruz, November 10, 2014
Scientists are now one step closer to understanding the biology behind visual and auditory hallucinations.
What will happen to science and scientific research if Republicans take control of the Senate?
Watch these grad students dance their hearts out...for science.