Why you should thank NASA for rainy day road safety on this Moment of Science.
Here's the scene. The audience is waiting with bated breath, you're just about to give a speech, and suddenly you notice your mouth is dry as sawdust. Why?
Seeing rejection as a common thread in school shootings, psychologists conducted experiments to see if rejection in the lab produced aggression.
You've seen TV ads lauding the slurping powers of paper towels; while we won't make any exorbitant claims about them, we're going to discuss how they work.
I have an insect question. What's the biggest spider ever?
Fun fact about alligators: they can regrow any of their eighty teeth up to fifty times.
Unlike their contemporaries the dinosaurs, crocodiles managed to survive whatever killed off their Jurassic cousins. So what accounts for their longevity?
Scientists have found fossil evidence from tropical corals that existed at that time, and they have about 400 daily growth rings per year.
We've all heard the phrase "dog is man's best friend." But how did dogs get to be so friendly with humans?
If the earth keeps accumulating mass, does that mean that the Earth's gravitational pull has been increasing?
Ever wondered why we humans don't have spots or stripes? Well, maybe you haven't, but it is interesting that so many creatures are multicolored but we are not.
Have you ever noticed that when you hear your own voice on tape it doesn't sound like you?
And according to a few studies, ultrasound may also help improve mood.
Is it possible for juice to be bad for you? Find out on today's Moment of Science: To Juice or Not to Juice?
Nature provides different models of parenthood with the male of some species bearing the brunt of childcare.
The sand tiger shark is a natural born killer and takes sibling rivalry to a whole new level of cut-throat.
Though some of the oldest surviving felines, cheetahs have the genetic diversity equivalent to identical twins.
New study shows monkeys do well on both their verbal and math scores.
Rip tides have taken on mythical proportions as killer waves.
Without riparian vegetation, salmon would be in dire straits.
Monster madness starts at the age of 3, when a child's imagination starts to run wild.
Losing the ability to form memories can free up the brain to focus on survival.
We in the Animal Kingdom aren't the only ones who can sound an alarm when enemies attack. In their own way, plant proteins do it too.