Oregon State University
Whale poops fertilize ocean ecosystems, and also contain a wealth of information for marine scientists.
Cassie is steppin' out.
Each year in the Nevada desert, BALLS takes amateur rocketry back to its homebrewed, experimental roots.
...And Crayola wants your help naming it.
Step aside, ultramarine and cobalt—YInMn blue is just as vibrant and far more durable.
Researchers say a whopping 808 trillion microbeads are washed down drains in the United States each day.
Thank the kale gods, because Oregon State University researchers have discovered a seaweed that tastes just like bacon. Yep, you read that right: pork-flavored algae with none of the squeal.