By Carlos Riollano, age 11 Scientists at Queen Mary University of London have found that bees play and can have fun just like humans. The study, published by the journal Science Direct, found that bumblebees played with toys even if they didn’t have an incentive to do so—proving that perhaps bees have more feelings than …
By Becca Jene Uss, age 10 BioBus is a moving science lab that is open for schools to expand their learning program of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) and educate kids that have limited access to a high-quality science education. Typically, the programs have a bus where students can learn interactive science. BioBus programs …
Current research suggests that mealworms can digest styrofoam, a plastic that is particularly difficult to dispose of without polluting the environment.
NASA discovers liquid saltwater flowing on Mars.
A recent planetary discovery brings hope for life on another world.
Researchers hypothesize that Macaque monkeys can tell when faces look similar, just like people can.
The odds of being struck by lightning are much higher than average in South Africa, where 260 lightning-related deaths are recorded each year out of the nation’s population of 51 million people.
Did you know the United States experiences the most tornadoes per year in the world? In 2013, 943 tornadoes were reported in the United States, and 10 of them were deadly.
The habitable zone is an area inside of a solar system that could contain planets with the necessary characteristics to support life.