These bouncing balls show you the path light would take when it reflects off the back of a real spoon (although light bounces into your eye, not out of it).
Is there any sound more annoying than the whine of a mosquito?
We may never know if the chicken or the egg came first, but scientists have discovered a fossil that sheds light on how turtles got their shells.
In some species, up to half the sugar produced by the captive chloroplasts is passed to the sea slug.
Thanks to its thick coat of fur, its tough hide, and a four inch layer of blubber, a polar bear is extremely well insulated.
Many of you are probably scared of going to the dentist. Here are some ways you can make the experience less frightening.
It would only take a single oversized meal to kill or cause brain injury to a squid.
Native American stories and legends depict crows as witty and tricky. Modern behaviorists agree; crows are one of the more intelligent bird species.
It smells like rain, but how? Find out in today's A Moment of Science.
What's so important about having clean air and reducing air pollution? Find out on this Moment of Science.
Does a recess really help people learn? Find out in today's A Moment of Science.
Are big-headed males really better fighters? Find out on this Moment of Science.
Ever wonder how far apart the stars are from one another? Find out a good way to tell on this Moment of Science.
Experiments support the notion that knowing the price of something before trying it affects your overall experience.
On today's Moment of Science, learn about the predatory relationship between caterpillars and wasps.
Members of the Calorie Restriction Society, also known as CRONies, believe they can live longer if they cut their calorie intake to 1800 calories per day.
You've probably heard that elephants are afraid of small rodent like mice and rats. But is there really any truth in this? Find out on A Moment of Science.
Ever wonder why you follow someone's gaze whey they're looking into the sky? Find out on today's Moment of Science.