Immortal worms defy aging
Researchers from The University of Nottingham have demonstrated how a species of flatworm overcomes the ageing process to be potentially immortal.
Global wave of Flame cyber attacks called staggering
Building a digital life form: OpenWorm, Open Source
Tiny amounts of alcohol dramatically extend a worm's life, but why?
(PhysOrg.com) -- Minuscule amounts of ethanol, the type of alcohol found in alcoholic beverages, can more than double the life span of a tiny worm known as Caenorhabditis elegans, which is used frequently ...
'Bug Mac' and lovely 'grub': food of the future
Dutch student Walinka van Tol inspects the worm protruding from a half-eaten chocolate praline she's holding, steels herself with a shrug, then pops it into her mouth.
Silkworms spinning spider webs
Symantec discovers worm that targets systems running Linux—threat to other devices
Roll-to-roll process prints thousands of cheap, flexible memory elements
'Worm speak' uses chemicals to communicate
(PhysOrg.com) -- A species of small, transparent roundworms have a highly evolved language in which they combine chemical fragments to create precise molecular messages that control social behavior, reports ...
World's first 'cyber superweapon' attacks China
A computer virus dubbed the world's "first cyber superweapon" by experts and which may have been designed to attack Iran's nuclear facilities has found a new target -- China.
Worms from hell identified far below the Earth's surface
Researchers discover flat worms retain memories even after decapitation
Israel tested Stuxnet on Iran, with US help: report
US and Israeli intelligence services collaborated to develop a destructive computer worm to sabotage Iran's efforts to make a nuclear bomb, The New York Times reported Sunday.