Fruit flies are capable of learning behavior and passing it down to subsequent generations.
Fruit flies are unbelievably quick and agile: They can steer out of harm's way in under seven milliseconds!
Even if you don't have a big bowl of fruit sitting out in your kitchen, fruit flies can still thrive. Here's what you can do to get rid of them.
Ever wonder if fruit flies sleep? Find out on today's A Moment of Science.
If you're a fruit fly, literally dousing your offspring in alcohol is apparently one of the best ways to protect them from danger...
Scientists found that nearly identical genes play key roles in the formation of the eyes in mammals and fruit flies.
We've all heard rumors that cockroaches can survive, well, anything. But, could they survive nuclear war?
New studies on fruit flies show that they use social learning to lay their eggs.
That's right, fruit flies hold their liquor better than just about any other member of the animal kingdom.
Nestled in your brain is a biological clock that matches the 24 hour clock of a day. However, they may be another clock. Learn more on this Moment of Science.