Have you ever wondered why you get sick? Germs are tiny organisms that make you feel sick and cause disease. Learn about the different types of bacteria, how they are spread, and discuss ways to keep from getting sick.
Humans and insects have more in common than you might think. We share a broad range of similarities, covering everything from muscle and nerve structures to the ways our cells communicate.
Build your own protein channel from paper, play the Venom! invader game on the computer to test your skills battling scorpion venom, or browse our Protein Art section to see the many different ways scientists view protein.
How did ancient fish make the evolutionary jump from gills to lungs?
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