Scientists Gave Wolves Touchscreens to See If They're Friendlier Than Dogs
Who gives out more treats, dogs or wolves?
A New ‘Smart Glove’ Converts Sign Language Into Digital Text
For under $100, this smart glove could be used for everything from translating ASL to future VR video games.
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Scientists Have Discovered The Oldest Art Store in History
The Porc-Epic cave served as a hub for powdered ochre pigment production for at least 4500 years.
The Word 'Moist' Sounds Gross, But That's Not Why You Hate It
The First Test Tube Puppies Have Been Born
After decades of research and attempted trials, in-vitro fertilization (IVF) had been carried out successfully in a dog for the first time.
No One Is Sure Why This Happens When You Crack Your Knuckles
“Like a firework exploding in the joint.”
Experts Say This Text Message Could Stop Teens from Binge Drinking
A new study from the University of Pittsburgh claims that sending text messages querying weekend drinking plans to young adults may help reduce alcohol-related injuries.
Watch This Ant Use Its Powerful Jaws to Catapult Away From Danger
The mandibles of the trap-jaw ant can maim an enemy at speeds of over 144 kilometers per hour—but they can also be used to jump.
Ancient Skeletons Chronicle the Spread of Leprosy
It’s not as obvious as you might think.
When a Dog Becomes a Movie Star, Americans Rabidly Buy That Breed of Dog
People love buying dog breeds that have a Hollywood film on its resume.