The US blockade of Cuba hurts medical patients in both countries

By lifting sanctions against Cuba, people in the US could have access to life-saving treatments being developed in Cuba for diseases which ravage working-class communities each year

Chinese rover on Mars Floods on Mars? Chinese rover finds a hint

While the results are the fruit of an initial analysis only, more empirical evidence will confirm if floods once ran deep under the Martian surface

DNA from cave dirt now tells us how ancient humans lived

Prabir Purkayastha talks about how researchers were able to unearth Neanderthal DNA by excavating cave floors.

Research shows humans began consuming milk even before evolving to digest it

A study that appeared in the scientific journal Nature shows that people in today’s Kenya and Sudan were consuming milk products at least 6000 years ago