Biology

Mind and Body
Scientists say all men have 'selfish sperm'
David Grossman
Science
This beloved 'Game of Thrones' creature has a shocking evolutionary history
Tara Yarlagadda
Mind and Body
Fight off disease by making this one change to your nighttime routine
Sarah Sloat
Science
Video: Scientists discover new mode of ‘snake locomotion’
Tara Yarlagadda
Science
Megalodon: This ancient predator gave birth to babies the size of adult humans
Tara Yarlagadda
Mind and Body
Can we grow a heart? Stunning new scans offer clues
Emma Betuel
Science
Why early human eating habits led to dog domestication
Tara Yarlagadda
Mind and Body
Ejaculation study debunks a longstanding theory about the refractory period
Emma Betuel
Science
Ancient Arctic DNA gives unprecedented insight into human history
Tara Yarlagadda
Innovation
Computer scientists help decode language of death
Sarah Wells
Science
Why do some mammals lay eggs? Strange platypus study explains
Tara Yarlagadda
Science
20 discoveries that redefined humans in 2020
Evan Meredith
Mind and Body
Hangover cures: How to speed up your recovery period
Daryl Davies, Joshua Silva and Terry David Church
Mind and Body
Five incredible things we learned about the brain in 2020
Emma Betuel
Science
5 worrying stats reveal how the pandemic affected your pet
Tara Yarlagadda
Science
The science behind catnip’s potent powers, explained
Tara Yarlagadda
Science
Archaic DNA stemming from ancient sex fundamentally influences health today
Grace Browne
Science
The pandemic made our pets gain weight for 1 insidious reason — study
Tara Yarlagadda
Science
What makes us human? Neuroscientists are a step closer to finding out
Sarah Wells
Science
Scientists are fighting superbugs with economics
Sarah Wells
Science
An ancient case of mistaken identity reveals a strange amphibian
Tara Yarlagadda
Science
High levels of microplastics may be in your oyster, study finds
Tara Yarlagadda
Science
Finally, scientists find the oldest sperm in the world
Grace Browne
Science
Why tardigrades spilled all over the Moon in 2020
Passant Rabie
Mind and Body
In death, one form of sensory perception persists
Grace Browne
Science
Chloroquine: The miracle drug that never was
Tara Yarlagadda
Science
Ancient Mediterranean diets were rich in 3 unexpected foods
Claire Cameron
Science
An ancient worm-like creature is an evolutionary miracle
Tara Yarlagadda
Mind and Body
Friends or enemies: Why social networks are the key to survival
Inverse Staff
Science
Saber-tooth tigers may have been the size of grand pianos — study
Sarah Wells
Science
This duck's semen holds a surprising clue to animal evolution
Tara Yarlagadda
Mind and Body
Scientists set the record straight on a common theory about the flu
Libby Richards
Science
Study reveals a surprising similarity between bonobos and humans
Tara Yarlagadda
Science
Space spiders build webs in an unusual way
JoAnna Wendel
Innovation
Canan Dagdeviren wants more women in STEM to “not give up”
Grace Browne
Science
Fossil teeth confirm our wildest fears about this ancient predator
Tara Yarlagadda
Science
If aliens exist, here's how we'll find them
JoAnna Wendel
Science
Shipwrecked ivory reveals a 16th century eco crime
Tara Yarlagadda
Science
Mummified Ice Age puppy's final snack stuns scientists
Sarah Wells
Science
Study reveals the best way to train your dog
Tara Yarlagadda
Science
New bird species may come from surprising biodiversity ‘cold spots’
Tara Yarlagadda
Science
Killer cats: The surprising behavior of your favorite pet
Inverse Staff
Mind and Body
Brain scans reveal lonely people's minds are different in 3 ways
Emma Betuel
Science
Which Christmas tree is best for the environment? Real vs. fake trees
Kate S. Petersen
Mind and Body
Psychedelic study reveals how LSD changes the brain
Grace Browne
Innovation
How virtual reality can unlock an elusive dream state
Sarah Wells
Science
4 animal “scientists” helping us map the ocean
JoAnna Wendel
Science
This Australian spider evolved to kill us — here’s why
Tara Yarlagadda
Science
Janice Chen is building the future with biology
Stephen J. Bronner
Innovation
A coin-sized biodegradable widget could end back pain
Sarah Wells