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Traps, lamps, poison and fire
Artists create household gadgets inspired by venus fly traps, complete with microbial fuel cell digestion systems
Genetic evidence that the mouse model is broken for some serious diseases.
In the newest installment of “As Seen On TV”, we look at an electromagnetic answer to a four-legged problem
A so-called "bed bug pill" has been in the news. Is it for real?
From chimp to chip
A new study examines the effects of standard lab temperatures on mice used in cancer studies.
Avoid politics with newts, mice, dogs, and more
A new understanding of brain chemistry could usher in an age of biologically enhanced humans
Fascinating fecal science.
How a furry-convention-attending, Midwestern-accented fox owner teamed up with a bizarre Floridian exotic animal importer and a Soviet geneticist to bring pet foxes to your living room.
Your cellphone does not in itself cause cancer. But in the daily sea of radiation we all travel, there may be subtler dangers at work, and science is only just beginning to understand how they can come to affect people like Per Segerbäck so intensely
Will we grow babies outside their mothers' bodies?
An implant releases medication in response to dopamine.
Researchers track immune cells during influenza infection
Not everyone has Marie Kondo to watch over them.
Air: It's one of the world's most important, least understood, and possibly life-saving substances
Animals (including humans) are constantly adapting to their environments. Here are ten reminders that this incredible process is constant—not limited to the distant past
Dogs are the best bomb detectors we have. Can scientists do better?