Have you ever been staring into space, or gazing up at a clear, blue sky and suddenly noticed clusters of tiny dots and swirls?
What's the connection between crying and a runny nose?
When Neil Armstrong took his "one small step", the impression he made was lasting.
If you have a runny nose and a fever, you'll need to drink more to replace those lost fluids. But why?
If you've ever cringed upon hearing the taunting cry of "you throw like a girl!" from out on the middle school playground, this Moment of Science is for you.
You've just opened a bottle of wine for dinner. On the label, you see these words: Contains Sulfites. What are sulfites? And what are they doing in your wine?
The "Turing test" has been making headlines thanks to a field you might not expect: video games.
Did you know that florescent lighting affects the look of color (including makeup!)
You've just snacked on rice cakes. Why are you still hungry?
Zap... zap... zap... No, Ben Franklin was not struck by lightning.
Not many people remember that Franklin was an inventor . . . and a good one, too! He also did some pioneering work in physics.
A Moment of Science wonders, why isn't there any frozen lettuce?
An arctic plant of the late Pleistocene age, over thirty one thousand years old, is growing again after a long frozen sleep.
Today A Moment of Science looks at why this beloved wonder of the world may be on the rocks.
There may be more to it than not getting enough sleep.
The trouble is, when antibiotics are used in small amounts over long periods of time, drug resistant super bugs can develop.
Today's A Moment of Science is about a creature who lends a whole new meaning to the phrase.
Every season several football players miss a number of games after absorbing vicious blows to the head.