New science stories every week, written by scientists themselves

This tiny fly is teaching the Air Force new aerial tactics

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The robber fly's novel hunting tactics and visual processing capabilities could be applied to drones and airplanes

Louisa Cockbill, University of Bristol

Most of your favorite flowers are mutants

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You'll never look at a rose the same way again.

Claire Meaders, Harvard University

Scientists are gluing teeth to power saws to learn how sharks eat

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The cutting edge of science isn't always high-tech

Kelsey Lucas, University of Michigan

Dark Matter makes up a quarter of our universe, but we still have no idea what it is

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The discovery of the Higgs boson points us in the right direction, but we’re still feeling our way through the dark.

Massive Staff