Supermassive black holes eventually stop star formation

Supermassive black holes slowly eject cold gas.

A type 2 diabetes drug might treat Alzheimer’s

A three-agent drug used to treat type 2 diabetes mellitus shows significant results in memory and learning skills in aging mice suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.

Male contraceptive rub-on gel trial starts in 2018

The rub-on gel contains two hormones: progestin and synthetic testosterone.

You can now play God with NASA’s new climate change simulator

You can make cool science.

Family from Italy can’t feel physical pain because of genetic mutation

This discovery might lead to a new type of painkillers.

Women undoubtedly prefer strong, muscular men, study shows

Science confirms the obvious. But this study is still important.

Heat-not-burn tobacco is not as bad as cigarettes, but still poses risks

The results aren’t clear-cut.

Child’s brain rewires following double hand transplant 

This is the incredible story of Zion, the first quadruple amputee child in whom researchers observed massive brain reorganization before and after the hand transplant.