Sharks Join the Growing List of Intellectual Social Animals

Sharks have always been regarded as solitary predators. However, recent experiments have proven otherwise. In fact, not only has it been proven that they...

Can Hell’s Gate Help Scientist’s Understand Life’s Origins?

In New Zealand, a group of scientists has successfully created RNA-like molecules in test tubes by dipping them into the geothermal hot springs known...

One Million Species Are Reaching Extinction Because of Human Activities

A report from the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) has revealed that plant and animal species face extinction due to...

Running a Marathon can lower the risk of stroke especially for older first timers

While many people discuss the negative effects of running a marathon on the body, very few people actually address the positive effects of running...

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A three-eyed python snake astonishes the scientific community

Stumbling on a python snake is something that would surely scare many people, but one with three eyes will surely shock anyone. This is what happened to a group of rangers in a wild park near the town of Humpty...

How is glass made? What types of glass are there? Let’s find out

Glass is a very widespread material in our society. We all know its characteristics, a transparent material, fragile, with a certain thickness and weight... But what is glass made of? How it is made? What types of glass are...

What is the Tyndall effect?

We are surrounded by different physical phenomena that we are not aware of, or better say, we don't question. Surely more than once you have been in a room and you have noticed that the ray of light coming through...

How many stages of sleep are there?

Practically everyone has heard about the different phases of the dream, however, very few know exactly what they are. Next, we will explain how many sleep stages are there and what each of them consists of. Before starting, it is very...

Scientists discovered how organisms lacking nervous system store memory

An investigation has discovered how unicellular organisms can store memory without having a nervous system: they absorb the experience, keep it as a memory and are able to pass it on to other colonies. Physarum polycephalum is a slime mold...