Becoming a doctor in America is very difficult.
To begin with, you attend a four-year university and graduate with a degree.
Longer lifespans are causing population growth but the Earth might not be ready for all.
New study examines the role of a brain area called the anterior superior temporal sulcus (aSTS) in forgiving those who make unintentional mistakes.
Research conducted by Rise University assured that the findings might be the reason why Latinos are under-represented in science careers within the country
Nerve stimulation therapy can be the solution.
Space exploration is an expensive dream: does the continent have what it takes to compete?
Greenpeace’s report Clicking Green explores digital infrastructure’s renewable transition.
This method can force tumors to self-destruct
An international team of biologists identified the negative interactions between dam construction and biodiversity and ecosystem services.
Chemical recalibration of brain cells during sleep is crucial for learning, and sleeping pills may sabotage it.
A female brain's resident immune cells are more active in regions involved in pain processing relative to males, according to a recent study.
The commonly known San Cristobal Vermillion Flycatcher hasn't been seen since 1987.
Biologists have identified a brain hormone that appears to trigger fat burning in the gut. Their findings in animal models could have implications for future pharmaceutical development.
UNESCO Science Report: Towards 2030 shows female engineers and computer programmers are wanted, especially in developed economies.
After a night out, you've had a little too much to drink, and all you want is a slice of pizza or a kebab before you go back home to pass out. Here´s why.
Paraguay faces the agricultural crisis by proposing new ways of blending knowledge sources to get the best of it.
Using already existing technology Brazilian forest scientists develop scanners to help forest law enforcement.
The Nobel Prize committee awarded and recognized the work that Jeffrey Hall, Michael Rosbash, and Michael Young provided for the community
A new telescope being built in the high desert of Chile will peer further into our universe's origins than any other.
This disorder produces involuntary movements and sounds
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