The first organism to be able to walk actually never did.
This particular species of worm, Auanema rhodensis, has three possible sexes: male, female and hermaphrodite.
Everyone can learn something from the mantis shrimp.
Peacock spiders use their tiny rainbows to attract mates.
The female praying mantis is known to eat the male, but even if this occurs during sex it doesn't prevent a male from completing the act.
Don't worry, they grow back in the summer.
The last of his tweets leaves science aside for what could read as a political statement.
Australian researchers edge closer to understanding how whales lost their teeth to become the gentle giants we see today.
Rediscovered Winston Churchill essay is the first of three recently unearthed pieces on science he penned but never published.
Even the most familiar substance still has secrets hiding within.
Simon Park created a new cover of Charles Darwin’s 'On the Origin of Species' entirely from bacteria.
A group of “citizen scientists” have been testing Chlorin e6 on themselves.
Participants volunteer personal biological information for researchers and scientists.
They’re just like a police Taser — only stronger.