Could help limit insect-borne diseases like malaria
In the newest installment of “As Seen On TV”, we look at an electromagnetic answer to a four-legged problem
Snake Venom Reflects More Than 100 Million Years of Evolution
The smallest of 3,100 known species, this snake is as thin as a spaghetti noodle
Holy reticulated snake spine! A fossil reveals a 2,500 pound prehistoric python (along with some surprising facts about global temperature)
The tiny single-cell plants eat, reproduce, and then sweat fuel
Or, why everyone is stocking up on iodine tablets
The white stuff can stick around and ruin, well, pretty much everything. That puts the officials trying to fix it on a ticking clock.
Could the greatest beverage ever invented be at risk?
Our editors scrounged up some truly bizarre facts.
And what you can do about it
The internet knows a lot about you. It takes outlaw tactics to opt out.
Healthy foods are the ones we're most likely to trash
The corpse of Hugo Chavez is on display for a week.
Light speed is almost instantaneous, while sound is much slower.
After you stop spinning, the fluid in your inner ear keeps swirling around for a few moments.
And which gum gives you the sweetest-smelling breath?
The logic behind your bartender's advice.