Biology

Mind and Body
How diet and exercise impact memory hinges on one uncontrollable factor
Ali Pattillo
Science
Oldest known example of animal behavior is frozen in time and freaky
Nina Pullano
Innovation
This incredibly simple A.I. program can decode humans' most mysterious quality
Sarah Wells
Science
Skull scans reveal the tragic end of a prehistoric monster bear
Nina Pullano
Science
3-million-year-old brains reveal ancient humans like Lucy had a surprisingly modern childhood
Nina Pullano
Science
How biologist Kevin Esvelt came to know the planet, in his own words
Chloe Williams
Science
Gene drives could stop the world's oldest problems. Kevin Esvelt wants to make sure they don't start any.
Chloe Williams
Science
Inverse Daily: Inside the hospitals treating coronavirus
Greta Moran
Mind and Body
Stress "restructures" the brain by stopping production of a crucial protein -- mice study
Grace Browne
Innovation
You could soon be texting with just your mind, thanks to new research
Sarah Wells
Mind and Body
Human composting could revolutionize how we deal with death
Sofia Quaglia
Mind and Body
Coronavirus: 4 food types a healthy gut needs to fight deadly disease
Tim Spector
Mind and Body
COVID-19 tests: how they work and what’s in development
Alexander Edwards
Mind and Body
A new understanding of lung cells could lead to better Covid-19 treatment
Grace Browne
Science
A tiny bone has added insight to how our ancestors got around the jungle
Amélie Beaudet
Science
What the 2009 swine flu can tell us about the weeks to come
Jeremy Rossman
Mind and Body
Coronavirus: are people with blood group A really at higher risk of catching COVID-19?
Sakthivel Vaiyapuri
Mind and Body
Frozen, canned or fermented: What's the best option while shopping on lockdown?
Jesse Beasley, Kate Howell, Nathan M D'Cunha, Nenad Naumovski and Senaka Ranadheera
Science
Neanderthals ate food thought to be crucial to human intelligence — study
Sarah Sloat
Mind and Body
Carbo-loading in quarantine: Experts explain why we crave bread and pasta in a crisis
Sofia Quaglia
Innovation
A new A.I. system could make sure we never misdiagnose cancer again
Thor Benson
Science
Inverse Daily: Party in the sky💫
Greta Moran
Science
Study reveals how pigeons came to dominate the world’s cities
Nina Pullano
Mind and Body
Fluorescent images of 21 tongues reveal all the bacteria thriving in our mouths
Emma Betuel
Science
555-million-year-old fossil may reveal human’s earliest relatives
Nina Pullano
Science
Amazingly high-res images reveal hidden details of frogs' evolution
Nina Pullano
Science
Counterintuitive study shows Pablo Escobar’s hippos aren’t actually nature-wrecking monsters
Nina Pullano
Science
5 tips to clean your home for coronavirus, from a microbiologist
Sofia Quaglia
Science
Coronavirus self-isolation: a psychologist explains how to avoid the cabin fever
Sarita Robinson
Science
Coronavirus: 4 studies explain how COVID-19 sticks to surfaces
Sofia Quaglia
Innovation
This computer chip wants to read your mind
Sarah Wells
Mind and Body
“Living materials” study hints at a future with bioelectronic medicine
Grace Browne
Science
In America’s Southwest, free love is vital to toad survival
Nina Pullano
Mind and Body
Coronavirus: How asymptomatic carriers spread a disease like COVID-19
Sofia Quaglia
Science
Can hot weather stop coronavirus? Why viral transmissions may be reduced in the summer
Jeremy Rossman
Science
Chronic stress changes the brain in 2 areas
Barbara Jacquelyn Sahakian, Christelle Langley and Muzaffer Kaser
Science
Meet the ‘Wonderchicken,’ the oldest-ever bird fossil discovery
Nina Pullano
Mind and Body
Organ transplants of the past claim a strange history worth reading about
Michael Nicholson and Sarah Hosgood
Science
6 facts about coronavirus, from a biomedical researcher
Lotti Tajouri
Science
Two bizarre new shark species discovered near Madagascar
Nina Pullano
Mind and Body
Brain scans reveal how men and women respond differently to relationships
Grace Browne
Science
Why don’t viruses make their original hosts sick? 5 questions and answers
Marcos E. García-Ojeda
Science
This ancient fish with arms might be the reason you have hands
Sofia Quaglia
Science
Social distancing is the best tool we've got in this fight
Thomas Perls
Science
For narwhals, a big tusk means a sexual advantage
Nina Pullano
Science
In one of the Solar System's unlikeliest places, scientists find signs of life
Passant Rabie
Science
Saber-tooth tigers: New photos of unearthed skulls match science with surprise
Sofia Quaglia
Science
Study: Structure of 3.5 billion-year-old molecules could help us find aliens
Sofia Quaglia
Mind and Body
Coronavirus: 10 essential questions about self-isolation, answered!
Julii Brainard and Paul Hunter
Innovation
Is the cure to coronavirus on this spreadsheet?
Sarah Wells