Undergrad Daniel Caron discovers how some insects sense and respond to pain, and may have created a new model for scientists
To test how patterns of movement change through time in landscapes that vary in the amount of available food, researchers from Washington University of St Louis built their own tiny landscapes for the freshwater snail to cruise through
Hive-minded naked mole-rats work together to care for the queen’s offspring, and eating her poop gives them hormones to boost nurturing instincts.
The Netflix film ‘Brain on Fire’ underscores, yet again, the need to rethink diagnostic protocols.
Researchers at the National Autonomous University of Mexico used a combination of behavioral and physiological studies to investigate how the rodents make the switch from assailants to great fathers.
A depression medication carries a small risk for pregnant women of adverse side effects on their children’s development. Now a Tufts team might have found a way to counter these effects in fruit flies.
The Center for BrainHealth is studying whether training can lead to long-lasting changes to the brain.
Imagine a cabinet where all members are scientists.
New research suggests that opioids released during sex improve rats’ performance.
Japanese coral communities are expanding in response to warming temperatures, but the effects could be disastrous.
Researchers from Swedish, German and South African universities suggest that the beetles can also steer based on changes in wind direction.