Each week we uncover the most interesting and informative articles around, here are 10 of the coolest stories in Science this week.
A jelly laser? Fluorescent proteins from jellyfish that were grown in bacteria have been used to create a laser for the first time, according to a new study.
[Full Story: New Laser Created from Jellyfish's Fluorescent Proteins]
Connected contact lens: Apps allow you to link your smartphone to anything from your shoes, to your jewelry, to your doorbell — and soon, you may be able to add your contact lenses to that list.
Magic shoes found: The "magic" shoe was probably placed there during renovations between the end of the 1600s and the middle of the 1700s as a way to ward off evil spirits.
World's 1st pyramid? The discovery of a 3,000-year-old pyramid-shaped mausoleum in Kazakhstan has gone viral over the past 24 hours, with several media outlets proclaiming the structure to be the world's first pyramid.
Why fish pee is critical to oceans: Getting peed on is a good thing, at least for coral reefs, scientists have found.
[Full Story: Coral Reefs Flourish Thanks to … Fish Pee?]
When cockroaches spread their wings: Turns out the soaring heat is just what some cockroaches need to spread their wings … literally.
When strollers injure: More than 360,000 children ages 5 or younger went to the ER for stroller- or carrier-related injuries from 1990 to 2010, a new study finds.
[Full Story: Serious Head Injuries from Baby Strollers on the Rise]
Nazi gold train search: Amateur explorers are starting to dig in Poland, hoping they will discover a gold-filled Nazi train thought to be the stuff of local lore. But does this train even exist?
[Full Story: Search for Mythical Nazi Gold Train Resumes]
Medical marijuana conundrum: The federal government says more research on marijuana is needed before the drug could become legal. But studying marijuana is exceedingly difficult because the drug is illegal.
A headache drug may affect developing baby: Women who take acetaminophen during pregnancy may be more likely to give birth to children who later develop behavioral problems, a new study from England finds.