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These fossils could represent the oldest animals ever found
The remains were perhaps left by sponges that died nearly 900 million years ago, but much remains uncertain.
Your kitchen sponge could have more bacteria than a toilet seat
Five of the ten most abundant bacteria species are categorized as potential pathogens.
Implanted Sponges Soak Up Cancer Cells
Better to stop cancer before it spreads
Watch This Incredible Psychedelic Timelapse of Corals and Sponges
Colorful sea creatures are out of this world
Sponges Can Sneeze, May Have New Sensory Organ
Bless you, sponges.
Nanosponges In Your Blood Could Soak Up Infections And Poison
Mice who got nanosponge injections survived lethal doses of toxins.
Injectable Sponges Can Expand Inside The Body To Deliver Drugs
Minisponges saturated with medicine could work as minimally invasive healing kits.
Carbon Nanotube Sponge Could Suck Up Oil Spills
A new carbon sponge can soak up 180 times its own weight in organic matter
Scientists run a computational model of evolution and discover the originator of animal life is far more complex than previously thought