This new technology helps paralyzed monkeys to get up on their feet and walk.
The 2016 Nobel Prize in physics was awarded to three scientists who studied the unexplored bizarre properties of matter in unusual states.
Tiny chameleons have surprisingly powerful tongues, researchers reveal in a new study. Like all small animals, these lizards need to consume more energy per body weight to survive. Therefore they have to shoot out their tongues unusually fast and far in order to compete with larger relatives for insect meals.
Bats use the extra weight in their wings to their advange and generate inertial forces that allow them to reorient themselves upside-down.
Researchers say that a 47-mile wide mound in a huge crater on the moon's south pole has a volcanic past. It's a pretty lively one, too.
Pre-reptile Bunostegos akokanensis is the earliest known creature to stand upright on all four legs. This species was thought to be a sprawler, but researchers from Brown University found that it had shoulders extending directly underneath its body instead of out to the sides.
Feathered fossils examined by Brown University researchers were found to hold vital pigment information about a bird-like dinosaur that died 150 million years ago.