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Photo Tags Provide Edge for Finding Fossils
Fossil hunters can now use artificial intelligence to look for rich sites with a new method that saves ...
November 23, 2012
Game Website Teaches Abstract Physics Laws
When Albert Einstein worked through the principles of special relativity, he probably had no idea that future technology ...
November 21, 2012
Watch the International Space Station Fly Over Your Home
If you have ever wished to see a spacecraft fly above your home, now is your chance with ...
November 10, 2012
Learn Science with Leftover Halloween Candy
Every Halloween, rather than just dumping the leftovers from hard-earned candy bags, author and freelance writer Loralee Leavitt ...
October 31, 2012
Red Rain in India May Have Alien Origin
A rare shower of red rain fell for about 15 minutes in the city of Kannur, Kerala, early ...
August 6, 2012
Journal of Visualized Experiments: Scientific Research Presented in Videos
JoVE makes replicating research easy by creating videos where research authors demonstrate how to carry out the experiments.
July 23, 2012
Meditation Helps At-Risk Teens Stay Healthy
Regular meditation could decrease the risk of developing cardiovascular disease in teens who are most at risk.
June 11, 2012
Bringing Out the Hidden Scientist in You
Imagine assisting astronomers with classifying galaxies, observing solar storms, or finding new planets—all in the comfort of your ...
April 4, 2012
SCIENCE IN PICS: The Curious Camouflage of Orchid Mantis
The orchid mantis, Hymenopus coronatus, is an attractive praying mantis native to the tropical rainforests of Southeast Asia.
March 12, 2012
Sugar From Injured Fish Signals Danger to Shoal (Video)
Some schooling fish have an unusual way of warning others of predation—when they are injured, they release something ...
February 23, 2012
A Chocolate a Day May Keep Cancer Away
Cocoa—the main ingredient of chocolate—has been found to prevent intestinal complaints and development of colon cancer caused by ...
February 14, 2012
Nanoscale Biocoatings to Stop Bleeding in Seconds
A new biological dressing has been designed to achieve almost an instant halt to bleeding.
February 5, 2012
Lead Pollution Can Be Treated With Fungi
Fungi are appreciated as worthy bioremediators, but their talent to treat toxic lead pollution has gone unnoticed until ...
January 24, 2012
A Mimic Octopus Mimicked by a Jawfish
For the first time, scientists have recorded an incidence of unexpected association between the mimic octopus and the ...
January 22, 2012
Is Schrodinger’s Cat Both Dead And Alive? (Video)
In this video, researchers from the UK's University of Nottingham talk about the famous paradox of Schrodinger's dead-cum-alive ...
December 10, 2011
SCIENCE IN PICS: Moon Jellyfish
The moon jelly, Aurelia aurita, is also known as the saucer jelly due to its large disc-shaped umbrella, ...
December 8, 2011
Oldest Evidence of Fishing Found in East Timor
Researchers have unearthed fish remains, dating to 42,000 years ago, along with fishhooks in East Timor. To date, ...
November 25, 2011
How Starlings Make Rational Food Choices
Starlings make optimal foraging decisions given less information about available prey when making simultaneous selections from multiple food ...
November 18, 2011
World Science Day Brings Awareness to Peace and Sustainable Development
The World Science Day for Peace and Development (WSDPD) is celebrated on Nov. 10 to raise awareness of ...
November 10, 2011
Bamboo Wren Pairs Tweet in Tune
Plain-tailed wrens, Pheugopedius euophrys, are excellent duet singers, alternating singing syllables so rapidly that a pair sounds like ...
November 3, 2011
How Reindeer Cool Down Their Red Noses
Every Christmas, children imagine nine reindeer laboring hard to pull Santa's heavily loaded sleigh, their dense coats perfect ...
October 27, 2011
World’s Smallest Periodic Table Engraved Onto a Human Hair (Video)
The world's smallest version of a periodic table is seen being carved onto a strand of Dr. Martyn ...
October 21, 2011
100,000-Year-Old Art Studio Found in Africa
A prehistoric ochre-processing workshop with two toolkits has been discovered at Blombos Cave in South Africa, and was ...
October 13, 2011
2011 World Vegetarian Day – Oct. 1
Oct. 1 marks World Vegetarian Day and the beginning of Vegetarian Awareness Month.
October 2, 2011
Buzzing Bats Use Rare Superfast Vocal Muscles
Some echolocating bats create a high-speed buzz for capturing prey using the fastest-known contracting muscle type in mammals, ...
September 29, 2011
Amber-Encased Feathers Tell Colorful Story From Dinosaur Era
A team of scientists from the University of Alberta in Canada have discovered 11 fragments of feathers trapped ...
September 23, 2011
‘Faces Of Dementia’ – Marking World Alzheimer’s Day, Sept. 21
As an initiative to raise awareness of Alzheimer's disease, Alzheimer's Disease International (ADI) observes World Alzheimer's Day every ...
September 20, 2011
House Republicans Wonder: Where’s Adam Schiff?
China’s ‘Corrosive Capital’ Creates Risks for the Rule of Law and Democracy
House Judiciary Chair Accepts None of Republicans’ Impeachment Witness Requests
Inspector General Finds ’17 Significant Errors’ in Applications for Spying on Trump Campaign Associate
John Kerry Says He Wasn’t Aware of Hunter Biden’s Burisma Work in Ukraine
Supreme Court Declines to Hear Case on Kentucky Law That Requires Doctors to Show Ultrasound Before Abortion
Labor Union President Says Trump, House Democrats Have Deal on USMCA
Hunter Biden Was Going to be Interviewed in Burisma Investigation: Former Prosecutor
‘We’ve Been Very Aggressive with Regard to Russia:’ Secretary of Defense
House Judiciary GOP Asks: Where’s the Impeachable Offense?