There are quite a few foods that are sweet and good to eat, says Pablo Monsivais, with the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine.
Our planet is home to all kinds of lizards. Lizards hatch from eggs, have a backbone, scales, four legs and a tail, which they sometimes lose and grow back.
Brandon Hopkins, a WSU honey bee researcher, tells how bees around the world are turning nectar from flowers into sweet, golden honey.
About 99 percent of animals have bilateral or two-sided symmetry. Find out why.
WSU psychologist Chris Barry helps Dr. Universe tackle how our personality takes shape.
Fish swim in big schools. Baby ducks waddle in a straight line. Ants and bees divide up labor. The world is full of animals that live in groups and they do it for a few different reasons.
We can make glass in factories and we can find it in nature. Some volcanoes make glass. When they spew out lava, it often cools into obsidian, a black glass.
It all has to do with our atmosphere. We may not always think about it, but we are basically living in a giant ocean of air.
See the full answer, featuring WSU environmental engineer Shelley Pressley, at the Dr. Universe website.
While a stove or oven produces heat, a fridge can’t actually produce something called “cold.” So, how does a refrigerator manage to keep all your food cool?
We have to engineer it. We must design a system that can carefully remove heat and put it somewhere else.
See the complete answer on the Dr. Universe website, featuring Jake Leachman, from Washington State University’s college of engineering.
There are a lot of different grasshoppers living on our planet. In fact, scientists have discovered more than 11,000 species.