Featured by Kaitlin Sullivan
Counting decapitated sperm and other time-consuming science tasks
Are we done yet?
How the ISS recycles its air and water
Nearly all of the water astronauts drink and shower with comes from their urine and sweat.
Only 10 percent of the world’s grasslands are intact
We don't give much love to prairies, but in some places they're disappearing faster than the Amazon.
African swine fever has killed a million pigs—and isn’t slowing down
The science behind the world’s deadliest swine disease.
Celebrate Earth day with tonight’s amazing meteor shower
The ancient Lyrid meteors have never failed to amaze us.
This ancient hypercarnivore had three sets of razor-sharp teeth
A paleontologist found the giant fossil in a drawer on this lunch break.
Glowing millipede genitalia give scientists a leg up in the lab
Megapixels: We've got a handy new imaging technique for defining millipede species.
Neuroscientists just brought pig brain cells back to life, changing our view of death
The new technology might also help researchers better treat brain injuries.
Plastic hitches a ride on rain, snow, and wind to pollute the whole planet
Even the most remote locations aren’t safe from our trash.
This ancient sea creature had 45 tubular tentacles and will haunt your dreams
The Paleozoic-era fossil gives off a certain Cthulhu vibe.