A 3,200-year-old piece of cheese from Egypt is providing more evidence about how humans evolved to consume dairy products.
By counting the number of neurons in brains, one scientist revolutionized our view of why Homo sapiens and nonhuman primates are so much smarter than other animals.
Although there is merit in recognizing how we resemble our primate relatives, sometimes we need to understand what sets our species apart.
New findings shed light on the origin and evolution of these stubborn pathogens.
Eyebrows lack an obvious function. Does new research solve the riddle of these thin arcs of facial hair?
Researchers report for the first time wild apes sharing food with near strangers.