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Two new studies show that the brain’s navigation system changes how it represents physical space to reflect personal experience.

A number theorist with programming prowess has found a solution to 33 = x³ + y³ + z³, a much-studied equation that went unsolved for 64 years.

Astronomers claim in a new paper that star motions should make it easy for civilizations to spread across the galaxy, but still we might find ourselves alone.

No new particles have been found at the Large Hadron Collider since the Higgs boson in 2012, but physicists say there’s much we can still learn from the Higgs itself.

As researchers delve deeper into the behavior of decentralized collective systems, they’re beginning to question some of their initial assumptions.

Physicists have devised a holographic model of “de Sitter space,” the term for a universe like ours, that could give us new clues about the origin of space and time.

Recent progress on the “sum product” problem recalls a celebrated mathematical result that revealed the power of miniature number systems.

With the help of deep learning techniques, paleoanthropologists find evidence of long-lost branches on the human family tree.

Among these cave insects, the females evolved to have penises — twice. The reasons challenge common assumptions about sex.