Contenders in Nikon Small World in Motion video contest showcase wonders from the microscopic world.
Examining small molecules that attach to DNA strands can help build a sense of a lobster's age.
Analysis of fish ear bones reveals how bioluminescent lanternfish became so abundant.
Scientists identified competing neural pathways that control flies' decision making.
When their homes burn, male red-backed fairywrens fail to develop their brilliant plumage.
New research uncovers the cellular basis of fractal patterns in Romanesco and cauliflower.
Many unborn creatures make and receive sounds and vibrations -- getting valuable information on the outside world.
Cells exposed to an inflammatory signaling molecule are quicker to commit suicide -- but speed can lead to mistakes.
Honeybees relay the location of the queen through pheromones.