Scientists discovered an "odd-clawed" spider that traps its prey using a fascinating ladder-shaped web.
This spectacular U.S. Geological Survey image shows “pancake ice”, thin slabs that form in polar seas when slush or grease ice (a thin, slick layer of ice) accumulates into floating ice pads.
Dark-field microscopy was used to capture this amazing image of a marine worm, which took third place at Nikon’s 2013 Small World Photomicrography competition.
Fascinating video shows how using opposing ultrasonic speakers can levitate and hold droplets of water against gravity.
In this cool video, professor Abigail Marsh explains how multiple pathways can trigger a response to fear.
Do these look like tentacles? Synthetic biology works with unnatural molecules and compounds to make tools familiar to natural biology.
A perfect mirror has specular reflection, meaning it reflects all light in a single direction equal to what it receives.
Night sky photographer Scott McGuire snapped this stunning photo of the space station full moon over Half Dome at Yosemite National Park.
Night sky photographer Tunc Tezel took this breathtaking photo from the elusive 'window' to the stars.
The primary purpose of this mission was to further progress toward the goal of landing men on the Moon.
The act of citizens being able to guarantee their own rights was a major step in forming modern democracies.
Sir Isaac Newton is best known for his contributions to the laws of motion and principle of universal gravity.
Tardigrades or Water bears are the only creatures that can survive the extreme conditions in the vacuum of outer space.
Polaris is located 434 light-years from Earth and has a luminosity of nearly 4,000 times more than our sun.