Author: Madeleine Johnson
Biological clockwork still holds secrets
A list of tree-related news and events
Leslie Vosshall probes the genetics of mosquitoes’ sense of smell to understand why they bite some people more than others. But in the quest to prevent mosquito-borne illness, she must first feed 500 hungry bugs a blood meal
An award-winning gustatory neuroscientist is using his discoveries to overcome a total aversion to fruits and vegetables
To calm agitated dementia patients some caregivers are turning away from sedatives and toward aromatherapy
James Zadroga gave his name to the 9/11 healthcare act currently under debate in the Senate, and many feel he sacrificed his life for his country. But what is the science behind the dispute over his cause of death?