For the first time, a team of researchers has determined how to take the body temperatures of dinosaurs by analyzing the concentration of certain isotopes preserved in their teeth.
Scientists learn to communicate with non-scientists through and National Science Foundation program.
The General Social Survey asks questions about critical societal issues such as civil liberties, crime and violence, tolerance, morality, race, stress and happiness.
Researchers are exploring ways to make robots more "rescue friendly," using new technologies and research about how humans interact with robots.
Researchers are trying to figure out the properties of the glue-like substance that spiders deposit along the rings of silk in their webs that give the web its stickiness
A brain chemical involved in both learning to be afraid and curbing existing fear might one day serve as a drug to help prevent anxiety and the after-effects of trauma.
Engineer John Schmitt is trying to develop legged robots that can easily run over the roughest surfaces. He uses cockroaches and other animals as models for the robot design.
Primatologists Brain Hare thinks humans can learn a thing or two from bonobos. One of his recent studies found these apes enjoy sharing, while chimps don't
Biologists Thomas Park studies naked mole rats and has found these strange animals can live long periods without oxygen and are immune to certain types of pain