Image of the Day: Powered by Mushrooms
Image of the Day: Powered by Mushrooms
The fungi are made to generate electricity with the help of photosynthesizing bacteria looped together on a graphene circuit. 
Image of the Day: Powered by Mushrooms
Image of the Day: Powered by Mushrooms

The fungi are made to generate electricity with the help of photosynthesizing bacteria looped together on a graphene circuit. 

The fungi are made to generate electricity with the help of photosynthesizing bacteria looped together on a graphene circuit. 

Image of the Day
Image of the Day: Scarred Hearts
Image of the Day: Scarred Hearts
Ashley Yeager | Dec 4, 2018
Maps of diving cells before and after heart attacks in mice offer additional evidence against the existence of cardiac stem cells.
Image of the Day: Beetle Fight
Image of the Day: Beetle Fight
Jef Akst | Dec 3, 2018
The exaggerated horns and elongated forelegs of male flower beetles, which use these appendages as weapons in combat for females, do not slow down the insects in a race.
Image of the Day: One of These Things
Image of the Day: One of These Things
Kerry Grens | Nov 30, 2018
An image of an adult penguin in a crowd of youngsters wins the top prize of an ecology photography competition.
Image of the Day: Corn Fed
Image of the Day: Corn Fed
Catherine Offord | Nov 29, 2018
Bumblebee colonies grow poorly in landscapes dominated by maize, researchers find.
Image of the Day: Gut Feeling
Image of the Day: Gut Feeling
Shawna Williams | Nov 28, 2018
An unusual population of immune cells appears to exist in zebrafish as well as mammals.
Image of the Day: All Lit Up
Image of the Day: All Lit Up
Ashley Yeager | Nov 27, 2018
A super-bright cell-labeling method reveals the intricate wiring that connects neurons in the brain.
Image of the Day: Wombat Poop
Image of the Day: Wombat Poop
Jef Akst | Nov 26, 2018
The Australian marsupials excrete cube-shape turds thanks to the elastic properties of the intestinal walls.
Image of the Day: Surprise!
Image of the Day: Surprise!
Kerry Grens | Nov 21, 2018
A 37-year-old simiang gibbon on birth control unexpectedly gave birth at the San Diego Zoo.
Image of the Day: Hair Brush
Image of the Day: Hair Brush
Catherine Offord | Nov 20, 2018
Cats’ tongues are covered in tiny spines called papillae, which help wick moisture from the mouth and onto the fur.