Can you blame them?
The discovery could go a long way in reducing plastic waste, particularly from water bottles.
These stonefish will freakin' cut you.
This method of freezing a sample to create accurate molecular images has revolutionised biologists’ understanding down to nearly atomic levels.
Sexual selection has made birds evolve some pretty strange behaviour.
This is the earliest evidence of Ichthyosaur embryos to ever have been found in the British Isles.
Success here means future offworld colonists should be able to grow their own food, and not depend on complex and costly supply missions.
Herpes is decidedly not amazing. But a new view of its molecular structure might make you say “wow.”
New research suggests that Neanderthals likely acquired specialised physical characteristics that helped them tolerate the harsh conditions of the Ice Age.
Birds may have a natural affinity for quantum mechanics, it turns out.
A research team from France may have finally reached the (extra annoying) answer.
Rescuers in Australia’s Hamelin Bay struggled to save six short-finned pilot whales out of an estimated 150 who beached themselves on the rocky shore on Friday.
This is hardly the first case of infanticide in mammals, but it’s the first observation of such an act in orcas.
An updated genetic analysis confirms the skeleton as being human—but with an unprecedented variety of mutations.
Ah, the wonder of nature and OH MY GOD WHAT IS THAT.
It’s not the only fish robot out there, but it could be the first that can swim in three dimensions, untethered, in the open ocean.