How the pelvis, and not bipedalism, gave humans their narrow hips

The anatomy of our pelvis is a result of an evolutionary trade-off, but perhaps it's not the one we thought

Meet Sophie Germain, the amateur mathematician who worked on number theory's toughest problem

Germain, or "Monsieur LeBlanc" to her professors, took a bold and creative approach to life and math

Stem cells can give new life to ovaries and potentially restore fertility

Stem cells enhanced ovarian function and egg retrieval in patients with premature ovarian insufficiency

Women scientists are bearing the brunt of COVID-19's impacts

International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2021 marks countless setbacks for the science world

Women hunters have a long history in the Americas

New findings from a 9,000-year-old burial site in southern Peru drive this point home