It takes a tricky bit of neural cross-wiring to make you remember things that never happened
A new look at old data gives credence to a long-suspected phenomenon
A virus as big as a bacterium is like a mouse as big as an elephant—and scientists just found one
Nuclear blasts lodge radioactive isotopes in the brain—and what they reveal is actually good news
One of our nervous system’s most annoying sensations may have been explained at last
A Russian diver and zoologist produces astounding photography of undersea creatures.
A global photography contest produces stunning images from an invisible world
The invention of the microscope opened up not just the world of science, but the world of photographic art. Nikon’s Small World Competition gorgeously illustrates how.