Scientists celebrate Inverte-Butt-Fest, a photographic homage to spineless backsides
"Invert butts should be celebrated because they have a wide diversity in form and function, and because they bring us all joy"
'Symbiosis/Dysbiosis' VR art installation will let you see, feel, hear the invisible
Tosca Terán and Sara Lisa Vogl speak with Massive about stimulating senses in their art
A slime mold changes its mind: an interview with slime mold scientist Audrey Dussutour
How do slime molds and ants make decisions without a central brain?
PFAS chemicals reach remote oceans and accumulate in whales, dolphins, and other ocean life
Scientists studying the 'forever chemicals' say this trend is concerning
A smart ‘second skin’ shape-shifts to block out chemical weapons
The smart fabric made of carbon nanotubes is light, breathable, and can change how first-responders deal with sarin
CDC chimes in on disinfecting and reopening during pandemic
Guidance builds on administration's advice to reopen