Physicists explode a molecule to get the best picture ever.
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.
Researchers in plant pathology usually worry about naturally occurring pathogens, but they are starting to consider how to collect forensic evidence in the event of a possible bioterrorist attack.
A bit like modern-day alchemists, researchers have made â€œartificial atomsâ€ from gold that shine in a whole host of different colors.