After nearly a decade, an Amorphophallus titanum plant is set to bloom and emit its notoriously pungent odor.
Indiana University researchers have solved a 50-year medical mystery that could lead to new treatments for chlamydia.
IU biologists have found a south Pacific Plant that "steals" genes from other organisms.
Crinoid fossils from 350 million years ago have been found to contain intact biological chemicals.
A new form of bacterial growth could lead to innovations in industry, agriculture, and medicine.