Science Of Fear: The Upside To Stepping Into A Haunted HouseExperts say fear can actually be a form of therapy and can be a bonding experience when with a group.
Fort Worth Museum Of Science And History Mixes It Up During Chemistry WeekThe Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is celebrating National Chemistry week along with handfuls of students from throughout North Texas.
Study: Tornadoes Are Spinning Up Farther East In U.S.Over the past few decades tornadoes have been shifting — decreasing in Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas but spinning up more in states along the Mississippi River and farther east.
Secret Tunnels Between Your Brain And Skull Discovered By ScientistsDid you know there are tiny tunnels running from your skull to your brain? Don't worry, no one else did either - until now.
University Accepted $458K From Eugenics FundThe University of Arizona has accepted hundreds of thousands of dollars in funding during the past 16 years from a foundation infamous for promoting research linking race and intelligence.
Bat Signal: Lighting Bugs' Glow Tells Bats They Taste TerribleFireflies flash not just for sex, but survival, a new study suggests.
'Survival Of The Laziest' May Be Key To Evolution, Study SuggestsScientists used to believe evolution was all about the "survival of the fittest." A new study is suggesting that the key to survival may actually be laziness.
Scientists Accidentally Create Treatment That May Stop ObesityA failed experiment may have accidentally created a new treatment that could allow humans to eat whatever they want without gaining weight.
Humans Have Already Depleted Earth's Resources For The YearA non-profit research group has some bad news for the rest of 2018. According to their calculations, humans have already used up all of the Earth's renewable resources for the year.
New Hybrid Whale-Dolphin Discovered Off HawaiiWhat the researchers discovered was a hybrid of a melon-headed whale and a rough-toothed dolphin.
Brain Study Finds People Actually Get Dumber During A Heat WaveResearchers at Harvard University have discovered that a person's brain works 13 percent slower when it has to operate in extreme heat.
Scientists Say Pink Is The World's Oldest ColorScientists in Australia say they've discovered the oldest color found in nature and the answer is bright pink.
Pancreas-Kidney Transplant Ends 40 Years Of Insulin Shots For WomanLori Fulps is the first person to receive a simultaneous pancreas-kidney transplant at Medical City Fort Worth.
Donald Elementary School To Be Lewisville ISD's First STEM AcademyStudents at Donald Elementary School are creating and experimenting with robots and coding, and that has led to a big honor for the Lewisville ISD campus.
Scientists Say Your Body Has A 'Second Brain' In Your ButtYou know that 'gut feeling' that you sometimes get? According to scientists in Australia, the human body has a 'second brain' in the rear end, and it may be smarter than we think.