Today’s Solutions: June 21, 2024

Cone snail shows its snout and eye as it makes its way across a reef.

Deep sea snail venom lessens pain as well as morphine

Because Asprella cone snails reside at such great depths, scientists have not thoroughly studied them. Now we know, though, that these creatures have an impressive hunting strategery where they use their venom to stun and disorient fish. Then they feast upon the unfortunate fish, like a gory scene Read More...

Your brain is a rain forest

Your brain is a rain forest

People with conditions like ADHD, dyslexia and mood disorders are routinely labeled "disabled". But differences among brains are as enriching—and essential—as differences among plants and animals. Welcome to the new field of neurodiversity. Thomas Armstrong | April/May 2010 issue Imagine for a Read More...