While many of us find the sound of a person chewing or breathing heavily annoying, for those with misophonia, such noises are unbearable. Researchers have identified the neural networks and brain changes associated with the disorder.
A new study provides evidence for the co-evolution of our ability to communicate and Stone Age butchery tools.
A pioneering tool is set to investigate how a worm's brain controls its movements, researchers say.
Researchers report Xenobots, a computer-designed, hand-assembled organism can find and gather single cells, and assemble "baby" Xenobots. After a few days, the immature Xanobots can also find cells and replicate themselves.