How does your body know to stop digesting after all the food is gone?
Bread and wine have more in common than you might think... they both have yeast!
Are you bilingual or multilingual? Chances are it will help you cope with dementia.
Do you struggle with math? Well, all you may need is a little shock to the brain.
Sodium chloride is a basic cooking ingredient. However, have you ever stopped and wondered what was in "iodized" salt?
Salt crystals are made of sodium and chlorine atoms linked together like Tinkertoys to form a three-dimensional framework.
If you're going to gain weight where is the safest place to pack on the pounds?
Organic food lover? Are organic vegetables healthier for you?
Dehydration is big problem in some sports because you don't feel like you're losing water.
Every skydiver experiences two different forces: the tug of gravity and the upward push of air resistance.
A skydiver's body is in a delicate balance. Gravity tugs her downward with a constant, relentless force, while air resistance pushes her upward.
We've all heard the creaking sound of snow in winter. Did you know there is science behind the sound?
Learn about how chemotherapy drugs work to fight cancer.
Why does blowing on hot soup help to cool it off?
Electronic cigarettes, also known as e cigarettes, are becoming a popular alternative to traditional cigarettes.
Have you heard the phrase, "Let's nuke it in the microwave!" Well, Nuclear power and microwaves really don't have much in common.
A Moment of Science gives a Science Hero Award to Galileo!
Could Titan support life? Scientists hope to learn more about Titan's atmosphere to find out!
People have used moldy and fermented substances to treat wounds for over three thousand years. Learn about the history of antibiotics.
When a kicker kicks the football down field, what is he calculating?
Would you ever eat meat that was grown in a lab? Or, is this food science too out there?
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Using moth eyes as inspiration, a team of scientists in Japan have created a film that could be used on solar cells.
Scientists are learning how leatherback turtles adapt to changes in environment.
White Nose Syndrome is not only devastating news for researchers, but also for Indiana residents.
Scientists believe they now know why Vincent van Gogh's sunflower paintings have dulled over the years.
Hibernating bears reduce their metabolism 75 percent yet do not drop their core temperature.
Death Valley has many mysteries, including one of nature's strangest phenomena: rocks that move on their own.