Researchers discover flat worms retain memories even after decapitation
A chimp-pig hybrid origin for humans?
Research finds how diving mammals evolved underwater endurance
Scientists at the University of Liverpool have shed new light on how diving mammals, such as the sperm whale, have evolved to survive for long periods underwater without breathing.
Study proves turtle embryos move themselves within shells to exploit best temperature conditions
Researchers find epigenetic factor in monogamy for voles
Researchers find similarities in the way birds and babies learn to 'talk'
Researchers find 400 year old Ice Age plants in Arctic able to grow anew as glaciers retreat
Study finds better immune system doesn't make women more attractive to men
New evidence suggests some birds gave up flight to become better swimmers
Principles of locomotion in confined spaces could help fire ant-inspired robot teams work underground (w/ video)
Future teams of subterranean search and rescue robots may owe their success to the lowly fire ant, a much-despised insect whose painful bites and extensive networks of underground tunnels are all-too-familiar ...
Parasitic wasps use calcium pump to block fruit fly immunity
Parasitic wasps switch off the immune systems of fruit flies by draining calcium from the flies' blood cells, a finding that offers new insight into how pathogens break through a host's defenses.
New study finds no evidence for theory humans wiped out megafauna
Most species of gigantic animals that once roamed Australia had disappeared by the time people arrived, a major review of the available evidence has concluded.
Research sheds light on how patterns form in bird feathers
Light switches brain signaling: Longer days bring 'winter blues' for rats
Most of us are familiar with the "winter blues," the depression-like symptoms known as "seasonal affective disorder," or SAD, that occurs when the shorter days of winter limit our exposure to natural light ...