Microbes living in the beasts' coats could be deadly to malaria and cancer cells. Sloths are cute. Take this video of baby sloths being washed: Until today, this video might represent sheer joy. But a
A naturally occurring substance called epidermal growth factor appears to reverse a type of brain damage that's common in very premature infants. It was really amazing. These mice looked identical to mice
A sedentary lifestyle can be alarmingly harmful, according to a new study published in The Journal of Comparative Neurology. Researchers gathered a dozen rats and split them between two types of cages:
Taking a look at the disease in greenery In animals, a tumor develops when a cell (or group of cells) loses the built-in controls that regulate its growth, often as a result of mutations. Plants can experience
The physicist offers a new theory that allows energy to escape. Stephen Hawking has a big announcement. No, it's not that aliens exist or that humans won't survive another 1,000 years on Earth. The physicist
Every week, we're asking designer Scot Meacham Wood, formerly of Ralph Lauren and now owner of his eponymous design firm, a question from our readers. This week is all about recessed lighting. Have a dilemma?
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This miniature flying machine moves like a jellyfish, not like a bee. Lief Ristroph and Stephen Childress of New York University have taken an alternate route around evolution's highway: They've created