You might not know it, but you very likely use bitumen every day.
Ever wonder if fruit flies sleep? Find out on today's A Moment of Science.
Fear smells like sugar. At least that's the case for zebra fish.
If a minnow's skin is damaged by an attacking pike, it releases a chemical that attracts more pike. Why would a minnow want to attract more trouble?
It's strange, but true: lobsters and crayfish communicate by shooting streams of urine at each other. It sounds bad, but many animals produce this as language.
After you cover your body in bug spray, you might wonder, just how does this stuff work, and if mosquitoes don't like it, what is it doing to my body?
Can these "magic" shrooms tell us more about our brain chemistry?
Some plants have parasitic behavior that destroys their plant hosts, but are there benefits too?
Geogenesis is the scientific term for the beginning of something very important, life. How did it all begin?
Why is it okay to bleach cotton cloth, but not wool?