Judging by the findings, I should be completely drug-resistant forever.
Mice first, then humans.
The aye-aye is the craziest primate out there -- and it just got a lot more interesting.
Silly me, I thought they were the ideal fuel period.
When life takes your corals away, print more.
One of the most feared fish in the world has to replace its dull teeth by simultaneously swaping old teeth from one side of the mouth with news ones.
In matters of the farm, diversity matters.
Some people's moods are more resilient to sleep deprivation thanks to the way white matter is arranged in the brain.
"Why don't you try using those opposable thumbs to fix it, huh, human?"
But will they claim copyright?
Like my grandma used to say, even kings uh, go to the toilet.
Shine bright like ne-u-ron.
Vaccination can be much more effective and humane, the researchers suggest.
Water bears are cool but have you heared about mold pigs?
All around the world, climate heating is making the forests more and more vulnerable.
Oxygen keeps the world turning. Well not really, but it's important for cells.
When we develop in the womb, we temporarily grow muscles that have last been seen in our ancestors 250 million years ago.