Mucus oozed by a marine tube worm can glow for up to 72 hours. New results suggest that the light may sustain itself through some clever chemistry.
Mangroves have kept up with rising water so far, but new research reveals their limits.
Hydroxychloroquine didn’t protect health-care workers from getting sick after being exposed to someone with COVID-19, a new study shows.
From rats and coyotes in the streets to birds in the trees, people are noticing more animals than ever during the time of the coronavirus.
Even under low light, this new technology exploits the contrast between light and shade to produce a current that can power small electronics.
Princeton political scientist Omar Wasow talks about how his research into violent versus nonviolent protests applies to the current moment.
A bright radio burst seen from a magnetar in the Milky Way suggests that similar objects produce the mysterious fast radio bursts observed in other galaxies.
A new artificial eyeball boasts a field of view and reaction time similar to that of real eyes.