Many assume that people “locked-in” by ALS have a low quality of life, but a non-invasive device that can read “yes” and “no” thoughts has found the opposite
The healthcare industry reels from the effects of President Trump's executive order on immigration. The post Doctors and Patients Reel After Trump’s Immigration Ban appeared first on WIRED.
If you care about earth science, you should follow these people and organizations on Twitter to get all the best science information and news. The post Follow All of These Earth Scientists on Twitter Right Now appeared first on WIRED.
New research shows drinking and gun possession don't mix. But further gun science could be in trouble under President Trump. The post Gun Research Will Get Even More Difficult Under NRA-Friendly Trump appeared first on WIRED.
The continent of "Mauritia" sunk as it was stretched out like plasticine by the plate tectonics that drew India and Madagascar apart some 85 million years ago
Scientists inside and outside the US have had their plans disrupted by Donald Trump’s travel restrictions, and some fear it could lead to a brain drain
Despite a large serving of negative dietary advice, the first meal of the day is not a danger to one and all, say chef Anthony Warner and nutritionist Laura Thomas
New evidence shows Zika causes brain malformations in babies with normal-sized heads, changing the way doctors diagnose and monitor the disease. The post A Clue to the Mystery of Colombia's Missing Zika Cases appeared first on WIRED.
These teensy crustaceans tear one anemone into two, splitting them into identical pairs that then grow as new, living pom-poms on their claws