You may have held Mexican jumping beans as a child and wondered how they work. The answer may surprise you...
It's human intuition that something cold left outside in the sun will melt... but why?
Heat was once thought to be a liquid. However, we know know that heat is a measure of kinetic energy.
Scientists are learning how the Toco toucan uses its oversized bill to cool down.
What is our earth's history? New research suggests that life on Earth has existed without interruption for longer than we thought.
If the water inside a piece of popcorn is what makes it pop, why don't other grains pop as well? Find out on this Moment of Science.
Most birds you see standing on only one leg are doing an impressive balancing act while tucking the second leg into their feathers. Why do they do that?
Most of the excess heat trapped by greenhouse gasses like carbon dioxide actually ends up in the oceans.
If our body temperature is in the nineties why do similar air temperatures feel too hot instead of just right? Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Strike the flint and steel together to make sparks, then use those sparks to start your flame. Learn more on this edition of Moment of Science.