Spanish climber Jorge Díaz Rullo spends most of the year living out of a van as he trains to complete his next big goal: to become the second person in the world to finish a 9c-rated route
A group of researchers wants to find out if boosting this natural process, known as autophagy, can curb the debilitating diseases of old age
Alejandro Cencerrado has been keeping a daily record of his mood since he was 17 years old and now analyzes large-scale data at the Happiness Research Institute in Copenhagen
When the billionaire asked how much it would cost to acquire ‘New Scientist’ in 2019, it sent digital editor Conrad Quilty-Harper and other managers scrambling
Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard has criticized Greg Abbott for ordering truck inspections of northbound commercial vehicles, a move which caused major disruptions and protests
A week after the discovery of the young woman’s body, the investigation remains at a standstill. Why was she running to the motel? Was she sexually abused? And how did she end up at the bottom of a cistern?
When someone undergoes an amputation, it’s likely that they’ll continue to feel pain or itchiness in their missing extremity, even though it’s not there. The phenomenon is not a myth, it’s real and it has a scientific explanation
The Canary Islands’ laboratories have spent a year without receiving a single mouse to study ailments like epilepsy or cancer. Scientists in the United States and Europe protest that the companies are “hurting public health” by blocking their research