Research has shown that male mating behaviors don’t always impress the ladies – from peacocks to katydids, the way males show off doesn’t necessarily indicate mate quality to the female.
Mosquitoes spread diseases like Malaria, Zika, Dengue fever, and Chikungunya. Could genetic manipulation be the answer to today’s mosquito problem?
Scientists are finding amazing abilities in sea life. The moon jellyfish, for example, has a unique way of self-healing after injury.
A new study combines nanotechnology with urea to make a more efficient nitrogen-phosphorus fertilizer.
How do spiders choose a Valentine? New research indicates that for male tarantulas, it might be as simple as which girl is standing on the right.
Because there are a large number of deadly viruses that frighten the average scientist, the discovery of a prehistoric type virus may be a cause for worry.
Planned Parenthood’s recent video debut has shocked much of the public – but fetal tissue research has been around for years. Why the debate now?
The tridimensional nature of drugs and their targets is essential for their interaction. This is the core of the receptor concept, which is essential to understand in terms of the design and development of new drugs.
The U.S. sends workers to build hospitals and help with the ebola outbreak – but how well are they screened when they come home? Will South Africa export the virus?
Researchers have found, using radar, that migrating birds fly faster in the spring than in the autumn. How do scientists measure bird flight?