What makes the Great Salt Lake in northern Utah salty? What makes freshwater lakes...well, fresh?
That's right, fruit flies hold their liquor better than just about any other member of the animal kingdom.
Did you know a 10-month old baby is able to learn words?
The fastest of them are so fast that they travel about 170 times their body length per second.
Perhaps the most consequential choice you make when you purchase fish is whether you choose farm-raised or wild. Is there a difference? You bet there is.
Did you know that lichens are super sensitive to air pollution, and so they help indicate pollution problems to scientists?
Researchers are still working to understand this serious natural phenomenon.
Think of your favorite science related movie. Is it "Frankenstein," "Terminator," or maybe even "Weird Science?" How about "The Wizard of Oz?"
Why don't lakes have tides as well? To answer this question, we need first to explore what causes ocean tides.
Here's another science experiment you can do at home. It's fun, it's easy, and it involves one of a kid's favorite things: soap bubbles!
Why do frequent workers tolerate these freeloaders? Well, infrequent workers actually do pull their weight, but only when the time is right.
Did you know that grapefruit juice can be dangerous if you're taking certain kinds of medication?
Lactic acid isn't the enemy it's been made out to be.