Our editors scrounged up some truly bizarre facts.
IBM originally developed the material, made from recycled plastic, as an outcropping of its semiconductor work.
Enjoy being alive? Thank these fossilized shrooms.
Sex is extra strange if you're a shroom.
It's a real head-scratcher.
Scientists have found a new clue as to why amphibians can't fight off a skin infection that threatens entire species.
The future of agriculture may be plant-fungus symbiosis, writes Issie Lapowsky for WIRED
The case of the airborne spores, solved
It turns out that women who feel bad about their bodies don't feel happier after they binge their way through an entire box of donuts. Who knew?
I will never again underestimate sea anemones.
Why a 145-pound man can outeat a former defensive tackle nicknamed "the fridge."
A recent article in the New York Times Magazine delves into the science of junk-food craving.
A seven-item hors d'oeuvres tour through the wonders of bug-eating
A look at school lunch data
A new book looks at the science of what we like
Plus a heaping portion of decayed wood for fiber.
An ode to the mighty stomach.