When it comes to saving the Earth from threatening astroids, Bruce Willis can only do so much.
There are a million space rocks nearby. Astronomers have only mapped about 9,700 of them.
Scientists have recently added a species of lemur to the list of animals that are capable of interspecies communication.
Iron is necessary to maintaining a healthy body, but did you know too much can actually be dangerous?
While science still has a long ways to go, new research gives us hope that we may be able to make a real lightsaber someday.
According to new research, stress can profoundly affect the way our brains interpret olfactory signals.
Ever wonder why your stomach makes all that noise when you're hungry?
We've all heard about someone who's torn an ACL, but do we really know what that means?
When losing is winning in the complicated social world of baboons.
You may have seen a cat fall from a tree or high rooftop. Ever wonder how felines can survive such great falls?
A Moment Of Science takes a scientific look at an old myth.
Starved of environmental cues telling us when it's time to go to sleep, our sleep cycles are actually a little longer than twenty-four hours.
How a group of iguanas travelled across the water to the island of Anguilla may surprise you.
Though you may have heard otherwise, there isn't enough evidence to prove that this is the case.
You might be surprised by just how alike the world's homeliest rodent species is to many colony-building insect species.
While it's something of a taboo for folks in the U.S., eating insects instead of conventional meat might not be such a bad idea.
Suppose your ancestors had lived in darkness for almost a million years. This is the world of the Mexican blind cavefish.
While we humans get concussions pretty easily, bighorn sheep slam their heads into each other all the time without ill affects. How is this possible?
One theories suggests there may be more to spicy foods than added flavor.