A study suggests that beauty standards aren’t as arbitrary as they seem. Click here to feel insecure.
The click beetle’s unique ability has inspired a new breakthrough in robotics that could save countless lives.
If there’s a high probability of extraterrestrial intelligent life, why haven’t we been contacted by them yet? This question is known as the Fermi paradox.
Ditch the oysters. These research based methods of boosting your sex appeal are where it’s at.
Some DNA tracking companies share genetic data with police to help solve violent crime cases. This raises questions about how to balance protecting privacy with bringing criminals to justice.
If you thought your buddy who can bench press 225 pounds was the strongest animal in the world, you were wrong. These are the 6 strongest animals out there.
We’ve all had days when it feels impossible to keep your eyes open or your head off your desk. So, here are 7 brain hacks to help you feel more awake instantly.
Every year, scientists discover a bunch of amazing new species. From tiny octopuses to even tinier chameleons, here are a few that they’ve discovered so far in 2021.
We’ve grown up learning that we have five senses. But recent research shows we probably have 15-30. Here are some of the senses you may not even realize you’re using.
Today, the harmful effects of radiation on the human body are well-known. But there was a time when radium was purposely put in a wide range of household consumer products.
Believe it or not, there’s a part of your car that’s worth more than gold, and thieves want to get their hands on it. Here’s why catalytic converter theft has become such a huge problem.
Nikola Tesla is among the greatest scientific minds to ever live. To fully understand his contribution to the modern world, let’s take a look at some of his coolest and most famous inventions.
With anxiety and depression rates on the rise since the pandemic, it’s more important now than ever to incorporate habits into your daily life to nurture your mental health.
A group of 35 fishermen recently found a chunk of ambergris (aka whale vomit) worth $1.5 million. What is ambergris and what makes this stuff so valuable?
Scientists have come a long way in learning about how human beings communicate with each other. Obviously, we can talk and use sign language. We can read and write. We can send each other GIFs and emojis to express our emotions toward a meme. One method of communication that scientists have recently begun to dig […]
BioRender already has over 200,000 users, and it seems inevitable that more and more of the scientific community will transition over to using BioRender rather than less-specialized programs like PowerPoint and Illustrator.