The jaw fragment suggests our species began traveling abroad 50,000 years earlier than previously thought.
By Kate Wong, Scientific American
Charts highlight some of the key issues Women’s March activists are fighting for.
By Amanda Montañez, Scientific American
Back in May 2017 a team of scientists used satellite information to predict an outburst of cholera in Yemen.
By Sarah Derouin, Scientific American
For 300 million years faults showed no activity, and then wastewater injections from oil and gas wells came along.
By Anna Kuchment, Scientific American
By Shannon Hall, Scientific American
The massive slabs of Earth’s crust might have started their journey more than 3.5 billion years ago.
By Mark Fischetti, Scientific American
A meteorologist explains the science behind why Hurricane Harvey produced so much rain, got stuck over Texas and reversed direction.
By Francine Russo, Scientific American
“Tonic immobility” hinders the ability to fight and is linked to high rates of depression and PTSD.
By Lee Billings, Scientific American
New results suggest free-floating giant planets are less common than previously believed, but hint at vast numbers of smaller castaway worlds…
By Dina Fine Maron, Scientific American
A Scientific American analysis finds the rising trend of stroke among millennials differs based on where one lives.
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