It's peak flu season, and almost 10 million people across the US have already been sickened by the virus.
A new study finds that male and female job seekers need different kinds of peer networks to get ahead.
Creating a low emissions zone for shipping in the Mediterranean sea would cost €3 billion but should save €8 to 14 billion per year in health costs
The best image yet of the supermassive black hole at the centre of the Milky Way shows that if it has a powerful jet like others do, it may be pointing at Earth
There's a newly discovered network of blood vessels in our bones that are important for the immune system and could shed light on bone disease
Spain was seen as the only part of Europe humans struggled to colonise, allowing Neanderthals to cling on for longer – now that's being challenged
The electric relay makes all kinds of household devices possible, but they don't get much love. Until now!
A report from the Chinese state news agency says that researcher He Jiankui's work was conducted "illegally", though the consequences of this are as yet unclear
Fish track the movement of their neighbours to swim in dense schools as they flee predators – and they pay more attention to the motion of some fish than others
On long space missions, fish could help create a closed loop system where space travellers grow all the food they need and recycle all their waste