Osteoclasts are the demolition crew of your body's bones, repairing and fusing fractures and breaks immediately.
Sponges are expert shape shifters that let the world (and food) come to them.
New "clearing" technique allows scientists to see into an organism's cells without damaging tissue.
In case you didn't know already, there are good reasons for why doctors perform Pap smears.
Scientists believe human brain development is the result of genetic mutations that occurred millions of years ago.
Have you ever heard that after people die, their fingernails, hair and teeth continue to grow? Today's program explores the truth behind this supernatural tale.
When it gets cold, a biochemical process replaces some of the water in the mosquito's body with glycerol.
Applesauce recipes call for sugar, to heighten the sweetness. The recipe is very specific about when to add the sugar--after the apples have cooked. Why?
Today's A Moment of Science is about a creature who lends a whole new meaning to the phrase.
A Moment of Science wonders, why isn't there any frozen lettuce?