With the advancements made in technology; have we come to a point where solar power can be used to make liquid fuels?
It's human intuition that something cold left outside in the sun will melt... but why?
Sometimes it seems like snakes have a sixth sense. You may call their "sixth sense" the vomeronasal system.
Why are snake's tongues shaped the way they are?
Have you ever given food or candy to a screaming child to get them to behave?
Back in the day, thermoses were all the rage. Learn how they worked!
You may have heard that the earthquake in Chile caused our days to become a little shorter. How is this possible?
What is slosh? What is a standing wave? How are these related to physics?
How do sailors avoid throwing an anchor overboard and there not being enough chain to reach the bottom?
We've all heard rumors that cockroaches can survive, well, anything. But, could they survive nuclear war?
The consequences of global warming seem daunting for humans... but, what about cockroaches?
Did you know that Arthur C. Clark proposed the idea that satellites could remain motionless in the air?
Why can't we place satellites directly above houses that are using the signal? Why does speed determine the placement of satellites? Find out now!
How do bugs stand on water without going under? Learn about water molecules, surface tension, and hydrophobia!
Just how do bugs walk on water? Learn how bugs use their feet and surface tension to walk.
Yes, it's true, Earth has "love handles!" Learn more about Earth's bulge...
When is the best time to add salt to food? Before or after you cook it?
Nuclear power plants are scary places. However, have they become safer over the years?
How do vultures avoid getting sick since they are known as nature's "clean up crew?"
What is happening to vultures around the world? Why are they declining in numbers?
You may have heard about Henry Ford's "soy car." Did this car exist? How did the soy car work?
Are you tired of looking for new anti-aging remedies? New discoveries suggest that your answer could be found in one little pill.
Scientists are connecting the dots in the evolutionary journey from sea to soil.
Pan-African networks are discussing the need for more local funding and a new plan for the future of scientific research in Africa.
Find out the difference between naturally-mined gems and cultured gems.
One glass blower found his inspiration in microbiology, more specifically, killer viruses.
Scientists explore a new way of communication for seemingly vegetative patients.
For those who strain to see both near and far, bifocals have been the answer for a couple hundred years. Until now.
Scientists have discovered a natural organic compound that will keep your tomatoes firmer and fresher for longer!