Pictures from space can be turned into amazing art.
Several subspecies of California island foxes have shown the fastest recovery of any mammal on the Endangered Species List.
This bright red pepper is more than 100 times spicier than a jalapeño and believed to be the hottest pepper in the world. Thank the PuckerButt Pepper Company for its creation.
When you think of sand, you might think of something brown, or white, if you're lucky. Maybe black if you're on a beach on Hawaii's Big Island. But the reality is sand is a melange of colors as varied as the rainbow.
Frank Drake developed an equation in 1961 that was designed to give us a formula to estimate the number of intelligent and communicative civilizations in the Milky Way. Now 55 years later, the equation remains popular — and Drake is still looking to prove he was correct.
At the Biodesign Challenge, science was turned over to the artists, who were asked to imagine what a future biotech product might look like.
At first glance, this tomato doesn't look like a tomato. But peel away the spines, and you'll see something far more familiar. But you still won't want to eat it.
Veggie burgers have been around for a long time, but anyone who's cooked one knows they're not really like a hamburger. But a California company is trying to create a totally vegan burger that is much more like a burger.
In the forests of Appalachia, a particular kind of firefly lights up the night in a way and a color that will be unfamiliar to most from other parts of the world.