11 of the most haunted places in the US
You don’t need to believe in ghosts to enjoy a ghost story.
Researchers taught a synthetic neuron network to play a version of the retro arcade game "Pong" by integrating the brain cells into an electrode array controlled by a computer program.
Products of chlorophyll breakdown make ripening bananas glow blue under black lights.
Quantum effects spill out of physics labs and into wet and messy biological systems.
They work the night shift, let their roots die, and fend off thirsty predators to conserve every precious drop.
When the stringy dodder plant emerges, it bobs and sways to find the perfect host plant, then sucks the life out of it. See the video.
If the history of life could be rewound and replayed, many of the same innovations would reappear. Whatâ€™s that mean for life on other planets?
A parasitic microbe commonly found in cats might have helped shape entire human cultures by manipulating the personalities of infected individuals.
The odd phenomenon of catching someone else's itch is rooted in the brain.
Wild imaginations conjure these beasts, from Bigfoot to sirens and vampires.
Strange creatures roam not only the fantasy realm but on earth too.
Reports of mermaid sightings have come from the Israeli town of Kiryat Yam.
Crop circles first began cropping up in the 1970s, sparking claims that they were created by extraterrestrials.
It would have trumped Elvis and Hoffa, for sure, if the King of Pop could have risen from the dead.
How could such a tragedy be dismissed by conspiracy?
Here's how alcohol can help preserve DNA, tissue samples and even entire organisms.
From their origins with the Druids to their modern manufacture, here are five facts about crystal balls.