Featured by Erin Blakemore
Mouse poop might get humans to Mars
Researchers are testing how life on the International Space Station affects the microbiome.
To understand fossils, scientists are baking their own
How to condense a 10,000 year cooking time into 24 hours.
Meet the folks designing the future of mouse mazes
What makes a maze, anyway?
Meet the yogis who hang out in cadaver labs
You can hone your corpse pose by hanging out with actual corpses.
Contrary to most doomsday visions, climate change will probably make for smaller waves and calmer seas
Unfortunately, it's still going to suck.
Melting bergy bits are more serious than they sound, but this scientist found a way to study them
Climate change isn't just about massive ice sheets.
The deadliest animals in America, ranked
The most terrifying critters might be right in your backyard.
Rats can’t puke, which is bad news for them and great news for us
We could use their unique talents to develop better chemo drugs.
The failed Florida overpass was supposed to be a shining example of accelerated bridge construction
But catastrophic events like these are rarely as simple as the ABCs.
Superstition keeps a lot of Olympians from boinking. But what does the evidence say?
Many of the Olympic Village's 110,000 condoms likely went unused due to superstition.