Lots of studies show dreaming is part of our natural brain activity. So, why can't we remember what happens in our dreams?
Do you remember studying single-cell organisms under the microscope? They may have seemed like boring blobs... but, they are nothing compared to Caulerpa!
Why do humans have wisdom teeth? What is so wise about them?
Leopards are famous for having a spotted coat. What's cool is that there is science involved with their coat markings and patterns.
This description sure doesn't sound like the penguin we know today, but it is actually one of its great ancestors!
When did humans first begin to cook their food? How have we adapted to the dietary change?
Tibetans can now not only lay claim to the tallest mountain peak in the world, but also to having the fastest-evolving gene in the human race.
Scientists are connecting the dots in the evolutionary journey from sea to soil.
Why not 5 or 15? Why is 10 the magic number when it comes to fingers and toes?
Scientists have always struggled with this riddle...however, new research is giving some clues to the answer.