Can you name three types of stem cells in your body? Learn about the different kinds of stem cells in the body and how they can help treat leukemia.
Paper is an indispensable part of modern life. In fact, each American uses about 600 pounds of paper every year. Where does all this paper come from?
For adolescent boys, a changing voice that cracks in the middle of a sentence can be embarrassing. But a cracking voice is a natural part of development.
Everyone knows you should put spinach and berries in the refrigerator, but how do cooler temperatures keep most fruits and vegetables from spoiling rapidly?
What is our earth's history? New research suggests that life on Earth has existed without interruption for longer than we thought.
Nothing will scratch or damage a diamond, while a diamond can scratch any other material on Earth. So what makes them so tough?
Have humans evolved to be at risk for diseases like cancer?
Just how vulnerable and sensitive are insects to climate change?
Scientists are starting to use stem cells to create new treatments and cures.
Were saber-toothed cats social animals compared to other social predators?
Superfluid: the unique, interesting, and rare cold liquid.
Why does lightning appear to have a jagged and irregular shape?
Ever wonder how to get the best tasting frozen veggies?
Does your lawn feel pain after being mowed? Are flowers hurt after being cut?
Why do dogs seem to gulp down any and all food put in front of them?
Even cockroaches get fat. The surprising truth about junk food and health in animals.
Ever wonder why your stomach makes all that noise when you're hungry?
You've heard of fat but have you heard of brown fat? Scientists are learning that the types of fat in your body can help you lose weight.
Oops, didn't mean to say that! Scientists explain why our unconscious thoughts slip out.
Scientists are learning how the Toco toucan uses its oversized bill to cool down.
Ever wonder what a light bulb and a egg have in common?