Cloning animals is not a new thing -- the first cloning research began in 1885 and the earliest successful cloning experiment using frogs happened in 1952 -- but we're still pretty far off from a real life Jurassic Park.
Humans use a wide range of tactics to try to ignite a spark, but we crafty homo sapiens aren’t unique. All kinds of critters in nature use similar strategies to kindle the romance with that special someone.
How's your hair today? Everyone wants killer hair, right? Well, interestingly enough, this science story is on just that: killer hair!
We bet you didn't expect this question: can llamas help combat the coronavirus? Of course, if we're asking, the answer is probably yes. But how? We have that answer, too, and it's no prob-llama to share it with you!
Coronavirus dominated the news of 2020, but let’s not forget that science contributed a lot of new knowledge this year. Here's a recap of some of our favorite Science Deep Cuts as reported on our Question Your World series all year long.