'It's been a lot of trial and error, but it's so exciting when an approach finally works,' says Dr Kristopher Waynant
Over an entire day, the average person produces one to 1.5 litres of saliva
The scientists made their discovery after studying the eyes of ants
Male spiders who wrap their partners up in web before mating with them have a better chance of surviving the encounter, a new study claims
Euphemisms were found in 10 different languages
Tamsin Saxton, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, at Northumbria University, has studied why attraction seems to follow a pattern...
The discovery of the mollusc's unusual motion could inspire designers creating tiny drones
The images showcase the building blocks of the organisms around us
Experts believe the strange creature is a frogfish, although they can't be sure until it's examined
Female virginity, we’re increasingly told, is a psychological rather than a physical condition. It’s not something that can be “lost” or “taken”.
Your body has methods for dealing with one too many roast potatoes...
There's a reason why cake is irresistible
The bright orange fungus only grows on 600-year-old Hawaiian lava flows
Scientists believe the extra-long pubic hairs help the rat in reproduction
46 per cent of female university students reported PCD symptoms at least once in their lifetime
The DNA alone is enough to raise questions