Have you ever woken up to something gooey in the corners of your eyes? Why do we get eye crust when we’re asleep but not when we’re awake? Learn more on this Moment of Science.
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A female wasp stings a spider in her own web, temporarily paralyzing her. Then the wasp lays an egg on the spider’s abdomen. The paralysis wears off, and the spider gets up and goes about her business as usual.
This discovery led many scientists to believe that the dioxin content of Agent Orange was responsible for serious diseases suffered by Vietnam Veterans and the Vietnamese people.
A natural by-product of the distillation of crude oil, bitumen is a thick, gooey substance usually black or dark brown in color.
Depo-provera is the brand name of a method of birth control that consists mostly of a hormone much like progesterone, a hormone that works with estrogen to regulate the menstrual cycle.
Ever wonder if fruit flies sleep? Find out on today's Moment of Science.