The "missing link?" At least a step in a new direction
Dead people tell no tales—but their bones do, when he examines them
Her bold experiment to teach Iowa third graders about racial prejudice divided townspeople and thrust her onto the national stage
Eighty years after a Dayton, Tennessee, jury found John Scopes guilty of teaching evolution, the citizens of "Monkeytown" still say Darwin's for the birds
What does the Dalai Lama have to teach psychologists about joy and contentment?
Is that a scowl or just disgust? Facial expressions can be harder to interpret than most of us realize, but help is on the way
Researcher Frans de Waal shows that apes (and humans) get along better than we thought
When it comes to mating, the brawny guy is supposed to get the girl, but biologists are finding that small, stealthy suitors do just fine
It took Margaret Mead to understand the two nations separated by a common language
Research suggests they fashioned tools, buried their dead, maybe cared for the sick and even conversed. But why, if they were so smart, did they disappear?
In the former Soviet Union, "rad rangers" are racing to find lost radiation devices before terrorists can turn them into "dirty bombs"
The 5,000-plus-year-old Neolithic man discovered a decade ago is telling scientists how he lived and died
The Bushmen of Namibia are so good at reading the language of footprints they can tell what a leopard did the day before they started pursuing it
Easing the nation's growing traffic congestion has experts all backed up
WARNING: Words fill Anu Garg's dreams, and waking hours too. He shares his favorites on the Web with thousands
According to advertising guru James Twitchell, every symbol, from Alka-Seltzer's Speedy to the Energizer Bunny, plants powerful notions of who we are
A Smithsonian anthropologist applies his expertise to cases of missing children and disaster victims
Over the centuries, visionary mathematicians laid the foundation for how we view life's gambles
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