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I write about the brain and other strange natural phenomena.
The integrity of neural wiring is a big factor in determining intelligence. It’s also inheritable.
Images of the beating heart could make it easier to detect and treat heart disease.
A new canine version of Prozac will soon be available. It is just the latest in pet-specific drugs, as pharmaceutical companies increasingly chase this lucrative market.
Thanks to extensive genetic engineering, drugmakers can now brew large vats of the malaria drug artemisinin, stabilizing the world supply.
Two studies suggest that microbes play a role in weight loss.
Electrically stimulating the brain may enhance memory, but impede with a person’s ability to react without thinking.
Bethlehem Steel, once a symbol of American industry, went bankrupt in 2001. These photos help us imagine its glory days. Photographs by Jeremy Blakeslee
Generating cells from patients suffering from such disorders as Down syndrome, schizophrenia, and ALS lets scientist study these diseases in the lab and test new drugs.