People aren’t the only organism to lend a hand to family members in need – bacteria do it too. This unexpected cooperative bacteria behavior has implications for your health and evolution.
Whether you’re looking at caution signs or a buzzing insect, black and yellow stripes mean danger. At least that’s what the insects would like you to think. Sure, bee and […]
Algae are a problem for fish tank and pond owners alike. Finding algae in bodies of water is no surprise, but it can also be found in some very unexpected […]
Birdsong in particular can be an unreliable way for birds to tell apart different subspecies for one key reason: in many songbirds, song isn’t just determined by genetics, it’s learned. There may […]
How does my research on mate choice impact the human experience? I run into some form of this question at least once a year in the feedback I get following the […]