Scientists Used Genetic Engineering to Change How High Cocaine Got Mice In Study
Genetically-engineered gut bacteria and other treatments mediated how cocaine-injected mice responded to the drug.
Scientists Think Warm Balls Could Be the Next Male Birth Control
Warming male animals' balls using nanoparticles and electric coils could be effective contraception, researchers say after experimenting on mice.
Mice Develop Depression Watching Others Suffer, Study Finds
The mice experiencing second-hand stress were unable to enjoy pleasure and avoided social interactions.
Mouse Thought to Be Extinct for 150 Years Found Alive on an Island
The last descendants of a once widespread species survive as a remote population in Shark Bay, Western Australia, a new study reveals.
Scientists Created a Video Game That Makes People Hear Sounds That Aren't Real
A new study induced hallucination-like perceptions in humans and mice to better conditions such as schizophrenia.
Parasitic Worms Are Weed Edibles for Mice
These worms may be the key to targeted, natural treatments for inflammatory bowel diseases.
Some Argentinian Cops Tried To Blame Missing Weed on Stoner Mice
I guess some people do call it cheddar…
Watch a Human Mind-Control a Cyborg Mouse
A group of researchers used optogenetics and brain implants to make mice ignore sex and food.
The White House Is Infested with Roaches and Ants
Melania's Christmas decorations aren't the only terrifying thing going on at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Eating Meat Might Kill Me
I keep eating meat because the danger has heightened the pleasure factor, like bareback sex, mainlining heroin, base jumping, or motorcycling sans helmet even though it might kill me.
Scientists Caught 'Undead' Genes Coming Alive After Death
Turns out there might be "life" after death, after all.
The Bizarre Chain of Events That Led to an Unusual Number of Ticks This Summer
Ticks can carry Lyme disease and other pathogens, so be extra cautious.