Brain activity in a region known as the habenula is required for learning to avoid threatening situations in zebrafish.
Printable, paper-based electronics could help make diagnostic tests cheaper and more accessible.
Female sea urchins that have many mates also have higher offspring survival rates.
A study in flies has identified two mutually-interdependent proteins involved in regulating pain responses.
Previously known to regulate female fertility, kisspeptin has now been shown to be involved in molding male brains.
Two studies from the University of Western Australia shed light on what happens after a supernova explodes.
The ability to switch between oxygen-rich and oxygen-poor environments could also be the downfall of gut bacteria.
Scientists have identified the protein Rad54B as a key regulator of genomic stability, making it a potential target for cancer therapy.
By monitoring the epithelial-mesenchymal transition, researchers are able to predict how aggressively a cancer will spread.
A study of how slime molds sense direction could lead to a better understanding of wound healing and immune cell migration in humans.