Brooke Borel is a writer and journalist specializing in science.
Northpole-sign, setup by the crew and scientists of...
A bed bug nymph in the process of ingesting a blood meal from the arm of a
The common bed bug mainly survives on human blood, but what happens when that human has upped his or her bl...
What is that funky taste in your beer?
If you've always wanted to discover a dinosaur, here are five easy steps to get you on your way.
Wait a minute, aren't bulls color blind?
Many amputees can still feel their missing limb.
The holes in Swiss cheese are actually bubbles.
Anesthesia works in one of two ways.
Caster Semenya is one of the fastest women in the world. Many people, however, think she might be more man than woman.
With a human population headed to an unsustainable 10 billion, what can be done to slow the pace?
Ever feel like you have bugs crawling under your skin?
You might be surprised why some people are able to wiggle their ears.
Finding a pharaoh can bring instant fame. Here's how to do it.
You can't shrink down to explore inside a person's body, but tiny, tumor-killing soldiers could be an effective cancer treatment.