A patient with dream loss points way to where we imagine at night.
A throwback technology that predates the American Civil War could be updated for the new fight against terrorists.
Most people donâ€™t brag about the smallest fish they ever caught, but when itâ€™s the shortest, lightest animal in the world with a backbone, well, that's a catch for scientists.
Researchers have inserted the insectâ€™s light-shining compound into proteins, allowing them to non-invasively track biological mechanisms in living tissue.
The key to a quick recovery may be a spoonful of tender loving care -- at least for those who are socially inclined.
Runners and other athletes have long been told their muscles ache because they're full of lactic acid. But new research questions this locker-room wisdom.
Like an Ice Age version of Land of the Lost, a group of woolly mammoths survived mass extinctions on their own island hideaway.