We are about to face a very bleak winter due to COVID-19. If we could induce torpor in humans, we could sleep through the whole thing.
It improves two types of thinking important for creativity.
Proving once again that they're metal as hell.
Grizz Tracker is helping scientists collect data on Alberta’s grizzly bears.
Scientists thought hungry polar bears went into 'walking hibernation' if they couldn't find food — but new research says that's not the case.
Dr. Rob Henning and his team in the Netherlands are working on a way to induce hibernation, making surgery safer and slowing disease.
When mammals emerge from hibernation, a protein called RBM3 helps to regenerate connections between dormant brain cells — a process which scientists have now been able to simulate in laboratory mice.
Always carry more tapes in your car than just 'Tutti Frutti' and brush up on your science.