Nanomaterials arranged on a chip before being cut into their final forms at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory in Menlo Park, Calif.
Studies have shown that elephants may be monitoring ground vibrations through their bodies, fleeing for higher ground moments before distant tsunamis strike or stomping on the ground to warn others of danger.
An assortment of zebra finches studied by Sarah Woolley, a neuroscientist at Columbia University. Dr. Woolley found that finches were expert at learning the songs of their fathers for later in life, when it comes time to find a mate.
A 10,000-year-old dog from an archaeological site near Eldred, Ill., known as the Koster site, where the earliest known dogs in the Americas were found.
Microscopic tubular structures found within red garnets may be caused by the burrowing of microorganisms.
Sister Ofelia Morales Francisco, left, and Sister Rosa Cortez in the Convento Maria Inmaculada de La Salud in Mexico. The nuns make a cough syrup, in the bottle at right, from achoques, a type of salamander vanishing from nearby Lake Patzcuaro.
An artist’s rendering of an Earthlike exoplanet orbiting another. Scientists haven’t been able to measure an exoplanet’s tilt yet, but some suspect that a planet’s tilt is key to supporting life.
Earth’s gravitational interactions with other planets — particularly Venus, because it is very near — affect the shape of its orbit.
Alfalfa leafcutter bees and their brood cells in a hut built by Jim Watts, who runs a business providing bees to farmers out of Ontario, Ore.
The skeleton of Richard III.
Scientists say a recording of disturbing sounds made by American diplomats in Cuba actually may be of a very loud cricket species.
A mid-Cretaceous beetle had a cavity filled with hair at the base of its mandibles for collecting pollen from plants known as cycads.
An artist's impression of 2004 EW95, a relic of the primordial solar system, which scientists believe originated in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter but now floats beyond Neptune.
An interrogation room in a police precinct in Harlem. Close to 20 percent of interrogations occur during normal sleep hours, midnight to 8 a.m., a new study notes.
Dr. Mark Willenbring at his Alltyr outpatient clinic for substance abuse in St. Paul.
Sound waves are the new internet dresses.
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