CDC officials track how weather changes may increase the number of Lyme disease cases in the U.S.
Can experiments on insects say anything about human health?
The reptile goes thirsty for up to half a year.
Hot dogs and donuts and bears, oh my!
Chimps played more efficiently than human gamers.
Fungus-covered flies, fresh from a twelve-day trip to space, might have the answer.
Apart from humans, most animals cannot respond to rhythm.
Tiny organisms could replace controversial live animal testing.
New research finds that ants’ strength lies in their neck joints.
If foods are protein-rich, ants can't tell solid morsels from liquid.