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Martin Nowak.

Game-changing game changes

Contests that can change based on players’ actions help researchers understand the evolution of cooperation


Personality pressure

‘Up until now, we didn’t have evidence from nature that natural selection acted on individual variation in behavior’


Martin Haesemeyer, on left, and Florian Engerts

How to feel the heat

Study explores how brain processes temperature information, influences behavior


Brain model

Creating piece of mind

New 3-D printing technique enables faster, better, and cheaper models of patient-specific medical data for research and diagnosis


Big Bang artwork

New light on dark matter

Researchers explain that dark matter particles may have electric charge, and why that matters


Researchers drill wells into the ocean floor.

Carbon consumers

Deep-sea natural laboratory ‘a rare opportunity,’ Girguis says


From a solitary cell emerges others that are needed to build an organism. Pictured is a Xenopus egg in one stage of dividing.

From one, many

Harvard scientists reveal the genetic roadmap to building an entire organism from a single cell


"One result of our modern attitude toward running is that we forget how good just average people can be," says Daniel Lieberman.

How fast can we run?

Marathon-ready Daniel Lieberman offers evolutionary perspective on Bannister 4-minute mile, human speed limits, and ‘Man Against Horse’


A new study argues that social networks have unwittingly become complicit in amplifying fake news, and that a multidisciplinary effort is needed to better understand how the Internet spreads content and how it is consumed.

The ruse of ‘fake news’

Researchers want to use science to combat techniques that can make the true seem false, and the reverse