Watching too much television linked with a distorted view of the justice system

When too much TV can be a crime.

Berkley’s penny-per-ounce soda tax paid off, a new study reports

This could have significant fiscal and health benefits.

Brain scans of Zika infected babies suggest the outbreak is worse than we thought

The full extent of Zika is far from being known.

Spanish publisher wins rights to a manuscript no one can — but everyone is dying to — read

So it’s like the opposite of a college textbook, then?

Scientists make DNA analog circuit that can add and substract

DNA is so versatile.

Scientists see thoughts – and addiction – forming in the brain

These truly are incredible times.

Scientists count microscopic particles without a microscope

Counting microscopic particles is hard, but researchers from Russia and Australia believe they’ve found a way to make it easier.