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Adam Summers of the University of Washington's Friday Harbor Labs details how the northern clingfish takes the art of suction to new heights.
How do our expectations, environment, and social cues trick us into believing our wine tastes better or worse?
What happens when two spiral galaxies collide?
Popular wine jargon such as "breathing," "corked," and "wine tears" gets translated into chemistry you can understand.
A researcher from Cornell details the chemical composition of wine’s diverse flavor profiles.
Researchers test ridged surfaces in order to control the movements of hot water.
Why most mammals—even elephants—take only 20-30 seconds to urinate.
Can woolly bear caterpillars predict winter weather?
How do naked mole rats live to 30 years without getting cancer?
Are you a late merger? You might be on to something. Ira speaks with Tom Vanderb...
More computerized features in your car mean more hacking vulnerabilities.
Carmakers are teaming up to develop fuel cell cars. Is the time right for the te...
A new book looks at the people and history behind America’s superhighways.
When you put your car in drive and press the pedal to the metal, how much of wha...
New Jersey's main arteries are two of the most congested roads in the country--we stop in at the state's brand new Traffic Management and Technology Center to see how traffic is managed.