Mold that can form on bread is a fungus that can't be safely eaten.
How do you keep bread fresh? Does it go on the shelf or in the fridge?
What in the world is a slime mold? Is it an alien?
Everyone knows you should put spinach and berries in the refrigerator, but how do cooler temperatures keep most fruits and vegetables from spoiling rapidly?
Some methods of preserving food are easy to understand, but did you know that sugar helps to preserve food by causing microbes to literally die of thirst?
On today's Moment of Science, we discuss some research that indicates being around pets early in life is not such a bad idea.
By temporarily altering the shape of the pinnas with plastic molds, researchers in the Netherlands found that indeed, people with new pinnas had a hard time locating sound sources.
If you're allergic to dust, chances are what's making you sick is dust mite fecal matter. Find out about dust mites on this Moment of Science.