What Makes Us Fart?
Swallowed air and happy intestinal bacteria turn us all into gas factories.
The fastest ever laser transmission downloads 700 DVDs worth of data per second.
Lots of choices stack up and beat down your will power, a new study suggests.
Video of individual fire ants show they can feign death to live another day.
Scientists find evidence of merging bacteria in the guts of farm animals.
Amino acids — the building blocks of protein — may have gotten left-handed from neutron stars.
Filmmakers hold a private press screening of the controversial movie "Expelled."
Engineers rip away at the mysterious problem of stubborn wallpaper and tape.
Hydrogen sulfide might be used for putting organs, people into "suspended animation."
Flu viruses spread better in winter because their protective shields are less gooey.
Bats shouldn’t be able to hover, but they can thanks to vortexes of air.