Consuming caffeine in adolescence can alter the brain to become more sensitive to addictive drugs in adulthood, according to a study by CU Boulder neuroscientists.
How can you make sure scientists develop the next Honeycrisp apple?
Aggie Mika writes about fear changing our brains, and Paul Muhlrad writes about tiny worm sperm.
The value of basic science has become a heated debate in politics.
Our writers take a crack at simplifying their research on how immune cells target and kill cancer cells, and why muscle proteins have been found in brain and ear cells.
If you’ve been paying attention to recent presidential debates, you’ve noticed that the current election has been a rancorous one.