The fax machine was invented more than a quarter-century before the telephone.
Founders Sarah Beynon and Andy Holcroft hope to "normalize" the practice of eating bugs.
How is language evolving on the internet? In this series on internet linguistics, Gretchen McCulloch breaks down the latest innovations in online communication.
A recent study finds 4-month-old babies don’t connect the tactile sensations they feel to the person or thing doing the touching.
A closer reading of the literature proves the menu for your next zombie gathering is more complicated than just "brains."
Israeli scientists have developed sophisticated sensors that can “sniff” out ovarian cancer in a patient's breath.
Italian physician Camillo Golgi’s drawing of a dog’s neurons first appeared in a journal in 1875.
The Protopiper makes designing large prototypes fast and easy.
Titled 'My Wife's Lovers,' the oil work was commissioned by a wealthy 19th century feline fancier.
Biologists think that images like these, which let them look at wolf howls instead of just listening to them, might help them better protect wolves.
Feeling “hangry” doesn’t mean you’re a short-tempered or impatient person.
It’s simpler than you might think, according to a new model.
Why wear one costume when you can wear two?
As part of their real-life remake of Toy Story 3, brothers Morgan and Mason McGrew painstakingly morphed Mason's room into Andy's room, with details right down to the stickers on the doors a
This modern take on a root cellar keeps fruits and vegetables cool without any electricity.
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