A Moment of Science
How Many Calories Are In Your Lunch?03/02/15
Are you counting calories? Here's how food scientists get their figures.
Arctic Sunlight Can Speed Up the Greenhouse Effect
Global warming has created a feedback loop, wherein Arctic sunlight converts thawing ice into more CO2.
Lonely hearts club members get less deep sleep than their coupled counterparts.
Cyborgs Are Real
Recent technological breakthroughs help prosthetics operate convincingly like the real thing.
Infants Get Cues From Adult Eyes
Babies find parents' eye movements eye-catching!
Birth Season & Mood
The time of year when you were born may affect your neurochemistry.
The Youngest Crater
Most of the moon's craters were formed by colliding asteroids millions or billions of years ago, but more recent collisions are also making their mark.
Winter Birds & Climate Change
Birds' flight patterns are expanding due to climate change, which could upset fragile ecosystems.
Yellowstone sits atop a super volcano that could blow any day now.
Ozone Layer Recovering
We're finally starting to see positive results from environmental efforts to protect the Ozone Layer.
Is It Brain Death or a Coma?
Being "braindead" and being "comatose" are not interchangeable terms.
Hibernating In Space
Can astronauts hibernate during space travel to cut down on needed supplies and lighten their cargo?
Fossilized animal poop provides a key to unlocking the mysteries surrounding the lives of extinct and elusive animals.
Planets of Double Stars
ne would expect these planets to be found in circular orbits lined up with the sun's equator
Animals and plants take part in an evolutionary dance of chemical warfare.
Air pollution might be the tell-tale sign of alien civilizations.
When creationists ask for evidence supporting evolution, ask how much time they've got.
Adapting to Climate Change
Can we just roll with the punches? Adapting to climate change isn't that simple.
Spinosaurus: The Lost Dinosaur
The recently rediscovered Spinosaurus is changing paleontologist's understanding of the dinosaur kingdom.
Sponges: Stranger than Science Fiction
Sponges are expert shape shifters that let the world (and food) come to them.
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