For International Women's Day, let's celebrate Dr. Flossie Wong-Staal, an influential microbiologist who made significant contributions to research in human retroviruses.
Dinky arms ... ouch! Not the glowing or ferocious description people were expecting about a recent dinosaur discovery!
How does the saying go ... what's old is new? Well, in this case it's the opposite. Two recently discovered footprints are pushing back the timeline of some big milestones for us humans!
While George Washington Carver is known for creating peanut plant products, his contributions related to botany, conversation, soil chemistry, and agriculture are what made a lasting impact.
Recently scientists reconstructed the prehistoric travel log of a wooly mammoth that lived in Alaska more than 17,000 years ago by applying present-day knowledge to the geologic past.