After you die, bacteria harvest your body for the nutrients that help push daisies.
The deep sea, which encompasses waters deeper than 660 feet (200 meters), is home to alien-like creatures, but we know far more about these inky depths than people think, ocean explorer Jon Copley tells Live Science.
Radioactive metals and even certain gases may be capable of the kinds of reactions needed to spur life, new research suggests.
A new patch, which sticks to the inner lining of the cheek like an octopus sucker, effectively delivered two drugs in dogs and passed safety tests in humans.
Deal Amazon is practically giving away the YOSUDA Indoor Cycling Bike, with a limited-time deal that brings the price down to just $229.99.
From the opportunistic "have-a-go" approach of octopuses to "accessory males" that supply female anglerfish with a lifetime of sperm, author Jon Copley explores the sex lives of deep sea creatures.
A new X-ray analysis of dinosaur feathers shows that their chemical structure is similar to that of modern bird feathers.
There is a long U.S. legacy of plutocrat-funded pseudoscience. Congress just embraced it.
Pareidolia is the phenomenon in which people see faces or other patterns in ambiguous images, such as Jesus on toast or the man in the moon.
New research showing that elusive antimatter falls downward toward the Earth proves Albert Einstein right yet again.
An invisible halo of misaligned dark matter could explain the warps at the Milky Way's edges.
Scientists used a process called 'diffusioosmosis' to write words that lingered in liquid water.
Ice can form on Earth at temperatures above 32 degrees Fahrenheit (0 degrees Celsius), and water can boil below 212 F (100 C). Here's how.