Putting foreign genetic material into bees may reveal insights into honeybee behavior.
Katharine Gammon, Contributor
A new computer science project translates emotions described in books into music.
A new concrete repels water and could be close to maintenance-free.
A new technique may be 10,000 times more sensitive than existing methods.
New research finds that ants’ strength lies in their neck joints.
Researchers have connected canine swimming patterns to early aquatic mammals.
Rudimentary technology gets an update.
Bacterial proteins could alter precipitation patterns and climate-change models.
Butterflies face much more bumpy, turbulent skies than previously thought.
Robotic flappers and models could help researchers understand a basic mystery of fish evolution.
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