The Nobel Prize-winning Luria−Delbrück experiment showed that random mutations in bacteria can allow them to develop resistance by chance.
The rest of the world is already starting to react to a possible Trump presidency, but is finding it hard to plan.
The stock market’s weak performance at the end of 2022 may have made donors less willing to give.
Adopting healthy behaviors and thought patterns around food and nutrition takes time and intentional effort. But it will lead to more lasting change and positive outcomes than quick-fix dieting will.
While young voters say they would be more likely to vote for Biden after they learn more about the economy and other topics, they did not appear affected by Donald Trump’s norm-defying behavior.
The number of nonprofit news outlets is holding steady as they go out of business just as fast as they are founded.
Will the hotels of the future involve fewer front desk clerks and more automated service? A hospitality expert who has written a new book on the subject weighs in.
In The Conversation Weekly podcast, researcher Colin Irwin explains how peace polls can help build consensus in conflict negotiations – but only if all parties are at the table.
Can astronauts spend prolonged time in close quarters millions of miles from Earth without killing each other?
Marriage on its own won’t do away with child poverty, and in fact it can create even more instability for low-income families.