The Stasi archives, a repository of surveillance crimes against East German citizens, is moving to Germany's National Archives to ensure its pivotal role endures.
Squid's giant nerve fibers have been essential to research for decades. Now breakthroughs in editing squid genomes could lead to a more complete understanding of nervous systems in general.
The parasite that causes toxoplasmosis could play a bigger role in animal behavior than we thought, according to a first-of-its-kind study in Kenya.
From boisterous bars in Tokyo to bucolic breweries in the hinterlands beyond the capital, sake is intertwined with this island country’s cultural and spiritual life.
The strange event has offered new insights into relationships between two formidable African species.
But the enormous, once-endangered fish’s population is still too low to justify fishing, scientists argue.
Can new technology, old-fashioned manners, and floor stickers make the waiting game simpler and safer?
Science is helping to create new training methods and amazing performances by athletes such as swimmer Katie Ledecky. How much faster, stronger, and better can humans get?
As schools reopen, kids want new stuff (finally!). Here’s how to shop more sustainably.
Another approach is needed to encourage the public to be safe in shark territory, experts say.
Take a spin through five cities that have built bike lanes for sustainability and fun.
Medieval audiences couldn’t get enough of Polo’s fascinating accounts of faraway lands, turning his book into a runaway success.