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October 12, 2017


Three zeroes

Before Zero

Zero is one of humanity's greatest inventions.

October 11, 2017


2 anenomefish.

Why Anemonefish Fathers Make Great Dads

Isotocin might be why anenomefish are such attentive fathers.

October 10, 2017


A dog.

Raising Wolves

Wolf pups raised by humans do bond with their caretakers, although the bond is different than it is with dogs.

October 9, 2017


bumblebee on thistle

Bumblebee Pollination Methods

Bumblebees use sonication to get pollen from a flower's anther.

October 6, 2017


a globe

Europe Or Africa

A recent study suggests the ancestors of humans may have come from Europe rather than Africa.

October 5, 2017


A woman next to a white board with the word moist written on it in big letters.

Why Do People Hate The Word Moist?

In a recent study, 20% of the test subjects indicated they disliked the word, "moist."

October 4, 2017


Earth from Space

How Did The Earth Form?

Scientists theorize on how rocks and minerals stuck together with enough force to actually form planets.

October 3, 2017


A cave in Mexico.

A Bend In The Skull

Mexican blind cavefish may have evolved to be asymmetrical.

October 2, 2017


Blue sky begins to break through the clouds over Arctic Ocean ice Sept. 9, 2009.

Plastic In The Arctic

Plastic waste from the eastern United States, the UK, and Europe is ending up in the Arctic Ocean.

September 29, 2017


grapes on a grape vine

Does It Taste Like Grape To You?

The types of grapes you regularly eat can affect how you perceive artificial grape flavoring.

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