Scientists have found a second doorway, called neuropilin-1, that the novel coronavirus uses to invade human cells.
A tough exoskeleton in ironclad beetles protect them against piercing and crushing, and scientists recently uncovered the unusual interlocking structures that strengthen the insect's hard shell.
Happy 16th birthday to Mikko the grouper, a popular aquarium fish in Finland who missed his human visitors during the COVID-19 shutdown.
Early life may have been far more like animals than we thought, suggests new research that shows bacteria can 'develop' like an embryo.
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Scientists have measured the shortest unit of time ever, the time it takes for a particle of light to cross a hydrogen molecule.
Celestron's NexStar 130SLT computerized telescope is on sale for $333.16 for Amazon Prime Day 2020. That's 33% off its regular price.