Body Remains Alive For 2 Days After The Heart Stops
After a person is declared clinically dead, the body remains biologically alive. A study suggest that some genes continue to keep working for up to 48 hours after death.
'Alien Megastructure’ Claims False; Truth About Eccentric Dimming Of Star Revealed
Considering that a particular star is indeed brightly shining and dimming at different intervals, is it the cause why some stars are being devoured by other bigger stars? What's the truth behind claims that the alleged alien 'megastructure mystery' has finally been answered?
Bacteria Harnessed As Living Data Hard Drives
Strings of data can now be stored in organic hard drives - living, breathing bacteria.
Fish Can Recognize Your Face, Studies Reveal
Study proves fish can remember human faces with impeccable accuracy.
Plants do math - here's how they do it
Plants do math, mostly division, while the rest of us sleep through the night. Here is how they perform that task, even without a brain.
Snails tell history of humans in Ireland
Snails reveal a migration of human beings from France to Ireland 8,000 years ago, and this may help answer "the Irish question."
Fruits and vegetables know the time of day
Fruits and vegetables still have day/night cycles, even after harvest, and they still prepare defenses against predators. That means your salad is still alive.
Saxby Chambliss sparks controvery by blaming rising hormones for military sex assault
Georgia Republican Senator Saxby Chambliss has set yet another biological firestorm in the political arena, this time around solders, hormones and sexual assault in the military.
Plants bend toward light - Now we know why
Plants turning towards light do so by using a phytohormone called auxin, directed by enzyme D6PK.
Tag Team: Pitcher Plant And Diving Ant Team Up To Keep Out Mosquitos (Video)
A study published Wednesday put a spotlight on the symbiotic relationship of diving ants and insect-eating plants in Borneo
Extinction of Hundreds of Species... Thanks To Frog Fungus
African clawed frogs, once used for pregnancy tests, spread deadly fungus among amphibians.
Binge Eating Linked To Biology, Higher Rates Among Females
New research shows that biology is a factor of binge eating and that females are more likely to binge.