In the world of mouse mating, females take their cues from other females.
The virus infects peoples' lungs, but too deeply to be coughed or sneezed at another potential victim.
A new simple model of a portion of a brain cell will provide researchers with fresh insight to the destructive processes behind neurodegenerative diseases.
Butterflies burn a tremendous amount of fat while hibernating during the transformation from a caterpillar.
The new study indicates that men with a variation of this gene have increased risk of violent impulsivity.
Newly identified dinosaur species has one of the longest necks relative to body length ever measured.
By chirping at a frequency most animals canâ€™t hear, torrent frogs can communicate over the din of nearby streams and waterfalls.
Scientists correct classification error, find evidence that a rodent extinct for 11 million years is still around.
New analysis of the oldest living four-legged land animal indicates their gait was not so lumbering.
Captive fish donâ€™t have all their marbles. But adding a few stones to the tank is all thatâ€™s needed to grow their brains.
It won't likely blow anytime soon, but the world's largest volcano is stirring and the landscape is changing.