What is velopharyngeal incompetence and how does it cause the voice to sound nasal, on today's Moment of Science.
Have you ever dipped your toe into a hot bath and felt a flash of icy cold just before you realize that its really burning?
While humans make attempts to control carbon dioxide levels that contribute to global warming, is it possible that trees have already taken on the task?
Contagious yawning has been scientifically measured in humans, adult chimpanzees, baboons, and dogs.
Many indigenous people live in areas of low oxygen concentration with few adverse effects. The big question is, how do they survive?
Can you bend your thumb backwards until it touches your wrist? If you join your hands behind your back, can you lift them over your head without letting go?
On today's Moment of Science, we're talking about the giant weta, a record holder of the insect world that needs our protection.
Even without the guidance of organized religion, some animals instinctively know that it's a good thing to help others.
Imagine that you're an insect, and that you've fallen ill because some bacteria or parasites have invaded your body. What do you do?
Time once again for the Moment of Science Word of the Day. Ready? Today's word is: Gametophyte.