Contrary to what you've learned in school, there's more to science than the "scientific method."
While it may seem like magic, your car's cruise control is really just an amazing feat of engineering.
Could the dying brains of rats shed light on human near death experiences?
While today's glass is definitely amazing stuff, it does have it's drawbacks. Will a new type of coating eliminate these problems in the future?
As it turns out, the same compounds that make you cry may also keep you healthy.
There are lots of good reasons why you should try to get more sleep.
Lots of things change as we get older. Our emotions are no exception.
Measuring the aggregate economic impact of smoking is hard. However, it's easy to see the misery it causes in individual lives.
The bizarre story of how dung beetles bring the next generation into the world.
How tall you are seems to be as much about nurture as it is about nature.
How is it that whales are able to withstand the extreme pressures of the ocean's depths?
On this A Moment Of Science, we'll teach you a simple trick that reveals how much interpretation goes into perception.
Don't forget to take your vitamins. Just be careful how many you consume. Too many vitamins can be toxic to your health.
Ever wonder why sore throats hurt so badly? And why do they occur in the first place?
Are you a workaholic? Are you sacrificing your well-being?
Shadowcat must use magic to walk through walls. She's definitely not using physics!
It may sound paradoxical, but warm spells and flurries often go hand in hand.
Today we throw them away, but tomorrow rice husks may be how we power our cars.
Lizards don't really breathe and walk at the same time. Does this mean that dinosaurs couldn't either?
There are emergency exits, emergency slides, emergency air masks and emergency flotation devices. Why not parachutes too?
While there's still no evidence that life evolved on Mars, we now know that it at least could have.
A recent discovery could allow us to affordably store energy from renewable sources such as the sun in batteries powered by rhubarb.