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Two U.S.-based researchers are honored for their work on sensation.
Dan Robitzski • September 18, 2017
Mimicking the human brain will only hinder the pursuit of true artificial intelligence, says Facebook’s director of AI research.
Ryan F. Mandelbaum • February 14, 2016
The ancient art of sword swallowing requires an extreme level of bodily control
Kelsey R. Kennedy • January 10, 2016
A CT scanner is busy at the American Museum of Natural History
Meghan Bartels • January 3, 2016
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Ryan F. Mandelbaum • November 15, 2015
Cardiologists struggle to effectively treat severe heart attacks
Lydia Chain • June 22, 2015
What sweats milk, navigates with electricity, and poisons romantic rivals?
Lauren J. Young • January 30, 2015
Marie Rossettie blends traditional and new art techniques to give the human body more vibrancy
Susan E. Matthews • April 24, 2012
How alcohol permeates your system
Ritchie King • March 2, 2011
The cosmos aren't as calm as we'd like to think
Lena Groeger • January 25, 2011
Laura Splan’s artwork will make you look – twice
Emily Elert • February 18, 2010
Records show that we're getting faster, but does the human body have a natural speed limit? And if a biological law exists, how long until people try to break it?
Emily Elert • February 11, 2010
The story of a startling reflection
Ferris Jabr • February 3, 2010
Rebecca Skloot’s new book reveals untold truths about one of medical science’s most important tools