Biologists and physicists have worked together to create candy-colored images of cells in high resolution that are both eye-catching and useful in research.
A rain of spiders was recorded on Feb. 3 in Santo Antonio da Platina, Brazil.
After traveling the Pacific Ocean for years, sockeye salmon find their way home to their birthplaces using the Earth’s magnetic field, new research shows.
The common mole, Scalopus aquaticus, can find its prey by smelling which direction it’s in, according to a new U.S. study.
Learning becomes harder as we get older due to a reduced ability to filter out old memories, according to new international research.
New Australian research has shown that sleep duration changes over several days, irrespective of timing, lifestyle, and environment.
With new technology, scientists in Japan have detected the thought that went through a baby zebrafish’s brain when it spotted some delicious food.
Homing pigeons that disappeared during two 1998 races could not hear the infrasound signal from their roost.
Harvard University’s Professor George Church has suggested that, one day soon, scientists somewhere will place a very unusual ad in a newspaper: “Wanted, women to carry [...]
Bumble bee shrimps, Caridina sp., are found throughout the Indo-Pacific.