Physics and society
The flying reptile was among hundreds of fossils recovered by police in 2013.
Inside Science chats with Megan Povey about her research and what she has learned from transitioning genders late in life.
Anatomy and biomechanics raise questions about whether strictly enforcing the game's rules could increase the risk of injuries.
The new technological solution developed for one type of pesticide could soon expand to others.
New models may help people who are blind learn molecular structures.
When it comes to the brain and recognizing familiar faces, in-person interaction matters.
The curved barriers would deflect air pollution away from pedestrians and provide a scaffold for plants to "green" a city.
Modern tech helps researchers read unopened letters from more than 300 years ago.
A long-accepted study on the optimal size of national legislatures faces a challenge.
An interview with baker and onetime chemical engineer Melissa Weller.