The octopus may be far more social than you might think.
Do you have blue eyes? You may have more in common than other blue-eyed individuals than you once thought.
Animal fur goes grey as they get older, just like human hair. But birds remain vibrant throughout their lives. Now, scientists have found how birds maintain their multi-colored plumage over time.
What happens to your face when you feel afraid? Scientists have taken a closer look at what happens to the coloration of faces when they're afraid, delving a bit further into the science of fear.
Scientists have found the genetic underpinnings of achromatopsia in dogs, which is a rare, inherited vision disorder that affects the eye's cone cells, which could help humans in the future.
What color are extinct animals? That's a good question. Now, scientists have discovered a way to detect pigment in mammal fossils, which may show researchers what ancient animals once looked like.
It turns out that colors are universal. Researchers have found that people from around the world think of colors the same way, regardless of the language used to describe it.
Most people enjoy colorful ladybugs. However, what most people don't know is that these insects are brightly colored to reveal their toxicity to predators.
Researchers at the Australian National University found stronger mental associations between related concepts in people affected by Synesthesia that might affect hearing colors, seeing sounds and other cross-sensory phenomena that may explain some of the related mysteries.
Chameleons have the amazing ability to change their colors. Now, though, scientists have found out how they do it. It turns out that the chameleons "tune" a lattice of nanocrystals present in their skin.
Researchers at Northwestern University are discovering just how to break down the beauty of a rainbow a bit further. They transformed a silver light into any color of the rainbow with a low-cost alternative to color filters used in electronic displays and monitors.
A melanosome is an organelle found in animal cells that stores and transports melanin, which is a light absorbing pigment that is responsible for color and photoprotection of animal tissues. The diversity of melanosomes 150 million years ago has provided scientists with interesting information.