Every rose has it's "prickle"? Not quite the phrase we are used to hearing, but actually roses don't have thorns at all!
While it might take a unbelievable magnet to levitate a frog, there are magnetic forces in everything around us, including ourselves!
For a plant, nectar is something like a political campaign contribution. "The Mystery of the Fern's Nectar" on this Moment of Science.
Leaving a good impression could be as simple as talking about pleasant things. Who would've thought?
Sure your cat's whiskers are cute but do they serve a more practical purpose?
Wind grows stronger the higher you go, so how do skyscrapers stand up to the challenge?
Have you ever been at the top of a tall skyscraper and felt the building sway? Exactly how safe are the white collars workers of big city life?
We can clone sheep and other animals, right? So why not dinosaurs? Find out on this Moment of Science.
Does searing meat at a high temperature when you first begin to cook it help to seal in the meat's juices, flavors, or nutrition?
Wildfires usually strike without warning, and can consume thousands of acres of forest and destroy grasslands.
Everyone knows that garlic is good for you. It lowers cholesterol, prevents cancer and heart disease, and even makes mosquito bites stop itching...right?
Has coincidence ever made you sick to your stomach after eating a favorite food?
You light a candle in a dark room. Now suppose a mirror is brought in. Is the room brighter?
You've heard about nanotechnology, or the science of building tiny, microscopic particles and machines sometimes no larger than a few atoms across right?
How do these new Cancer therapies work, and how effective are they?
Don't forget to take your vitamins. Just be careful at how many you consumer. Too many vitamins can be toxic to your health.
Male humans try and attract potential mates by your pectorals, the stretch of your Ferrari, and the mass of your bank account, but Turkeys like long snoods...