Last week we explained why beer violently foams when the top of the bottle is tapped. But how is it that the perpetrator of the prank gets away unscathed? Lead researcher Javier Rodriguez-Rodriguez explains.
A juvenile party prank gives scientists valuable information about the formation of bubbles in a fluid.
Turns out, a little kindness goes a long way in preventing the theft or vandalism of scientific equipment left in the field.
Well, not me exactly. Yesterday marked my third year drawing comics about science.
We pause for a moment in our story to clear some things up about the ancient world.
Art and science come together in an artist-run show about memory.
Not content to wait out the inhospitable weather, the brave Broomistega goes hunting in the cover of darkness.
We rejoin our amphibian friend to find it safe from the sun, but not from the danger of impending hunger.
As one species makes new appearances, we remember another unduly plucked from the taxonomic tree.
The use of camera traps in the forests of Borneo pays off as one captures a glimpse of a rare cat.