The giant shipworm

This horrifying andquot:wormandquot: is actually a new species of clam, and scientists have finally gotten their hands on living specimens to study the giant shipworm in all its goopy black glory.

Why dolphins throw octopuses before eating them

Why dolphins throw octopuses before eating them

If an octopus isnand 39:t totally dead when itand 39:s eaten, it can still murder the predator that ate it

How drones could help pollinate crops

How drones could help pollinate crops

As bees struggle to pollinate crops, scientists are looking for outside the box solutions

Your beer pong cup is teeming with bacteria

Your beer pong cup is teeming with bacteria

How gross is beer pong really?

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Turning a spinach leaf into a human heart

Turning a spinach leaf into a human heart

Researchers were able to successfully plant human heart cells onto a spinach leaf

How a frog uses its tongue to eat

How a frog uses its tongue to eat

Do you know how a frog catches its prey? New research says itand 39:s all about the saliva

California Super Bloom 2017

California Super Bloom 2017

The deserts of California are going through a andquot:super bloomandquot:

Why donand 39:t we see space junk in photos of Earth?

Why donand 39:t we see space junk in photos of Earth?

If thereand 39:s so much debris orbiting our planet, why donand 39:t we see it in pictures of Earth?

The Thirsty Body

The Thirsty Body

How much water can you lose before you die?

SpaceX re-launched (and landed) a used rocket

SpaceX re-launched (and landed) a used rocket

SpaceX might have just changed the space industry forever.

One of the worldand 39:s rarest whale species was accidentally caught on film

One of the worldand 39:s rarest whale species was accidentally caught on film

Trueand 39:s beaked whale is a very rare whale species. Students on an educational trip caught them on film for the first time ever.

Government scientists have been given a gag order

Government scientists have been given a gag order

The U.S. spends $140 billion on scientific research each year, but government scientists are now being told they canand 39:t discuss their work with the public.

andquot:Sisyphusandquot: will continue its repetitive journey forever

andquot:Sisyphusandquot: will continue its repetitive journey forever

Just like the Greek myth itand 39:s named for

An NYC makerspace wants to teach you to make arcade games

An NYC makerspace wants to teach you to make arcade games

The Fat Cat FAB LAB makerspace in NYC made this arcade game from scratch and wants to teach you how

Build Your Own Portable Garden

Build Your Own Portable Garden

There s nothing quite like putting down roots and tending a garden. But what happens if you don t have a backyard? Or you re suddenly uprooted? Or you decide to go on a road trip and can t get anyone to watch your plants?

Science of Grilling: Grill and Fuel

Science of Grilling: Grill and Fuel

Take a look at how the type of fuel you use influences the flavors in your meat.