People know intellectually that fast food is bad for them, so why do they still crave it?
Male lactation: Fact of fiction? That's the question on today's Moment of Science.
Investigators shine a light on crime scenes mysteries with the help of luminol—a luminescent chemical that reacts with blood.
During migration, birds' digestive system partially shuts down to conserve energy for flight.
Running speed and strength depends on the type of muscular tissue one is born with.
If they exist, aliens give short shrift to humans as a food source.
How will China and the U.S. reach their new goals for emissions reductions?
Male parrots' fluorescent feathers set all the girls' hearts a flutter.
Solar energy may be sustainable, but it's not efficient. Scientists trade silicon for perovskite to give solar cells a boost.
The more inflated a ball is, the less energy it coverts to heat, and the more energy it has to bounce.