Dinosaurs may have weathered freezing conditions about 202 million years ago, thanks to warm feathery coats.
Tiny face mites live in our pores, getting food and shelter in return for eating our skin waste. A new study shows they can’t live without us.
A new way to sort minerals focuses on how they formed. It provides new clues about Earth’s crystal past and how to find life on other planets.
The octopus-inspired suckers on each fingertip grab and release objects on demand.