Lionfish overcome speedy prey with persistent pursuit, waiting for the perfect moment to strike. Other slow predatory fish may use the technique too.
A closer look at gravitational wave data reveals 10 overlooked mergers, including one between black holes that probably found each other late in life.
For poor children, forming connections to richer peers is linked to greater earnings later in life, researchers say.
An analysis of the sharks’ skin shows that the animals eat and digest algae.
A new study of the carrying capacity of single-celled amoebas may help scientists develop mini “trucks” to precisely target disease in the human body.
The condition comes with varying levels of severity and symptoms, making it hard to diagnose and treat.
Researchers grew romaine lettuce, chili pepper and pink radish plants in mixtures of faux asteroid soil and peat moss.
A new, coin-sized ultrasound probe can stick to the skin like a Band-Aid for up to two days straight, marking a milestone in personalized medicine.