Rolling out the crust, making the filing, baking the completed pie: there’s science to all the parts of the pie-making process.
One sea sponge was estimated to have lived 11,000 years.
Let's discuss a phenomenon known as batesian mimicry and its contribution to the development of evolutionary theory.
There are many cases in which animals and plants resemble each other. Whether these resemblances are cases of mimicry, and evidence of natural selection, is not so easy to tell, but a number of studies do offer strong evidence of just that.
Fountain pens use four components to get ink to flow.
Children who are read to regularly have increased developmental benefits.
Zebra Finches only produce incubation calls within 5 days of their eggs’ hatching and when the temperature rises above 78 degrees Fahrenheit.
A recent study found that airplane seat belt buckles, bathroom door handles, tray tables, and other hard surfaces
Say you're walking down a city street, minding your own business, when you approach a manhole...
For some people with anxiety, they tend to locate fear even when it’s absent.
Alston’s singing mice sing songs that humans can hear, and that can last up to 20 seconds.
For some birds, their coloring depends on their diets.
We look at why there’s an increasing number of “biggest ever wildfires” and how climate change is affecting California’s fire seasons.