Tasting sounds and hearing colors.
Colors can influence your emotions and behaviors, but "color psychology" yields no real insight into your personality.
The intensely white coloration of the shrimp is a remarkable feat of bioengineering.
The researchers and patients are excited to see if color vision will develop over time.
Those white, marble statues you see in museums all over the world were originally painted with bright colors.
An inclusion expert explains why women of color are held back.
Rocks and minerals don’t simply reflect light. They play with it and interact with light as both a wave and a particle.
Numerous videos online show that squid undergo a dramatic color-changing effect after being stunned or killed.
The perfectly accessible, perfectly knowable Universe of classical physics is gone forever, no matter what interpretation you choose.
While ticker tape synesthesia was first identified in the 1880s, new research looks at this unique phenomenon — and what it means for language comprehension.
Independent of cultural background, people seem to share a sense of what makes certain color combinations aesthetically pleasing.
From the explosions themselves to their unique and vibrant colors, the fireworks displays we adore require quantum physics.
Most of us only ever see a fraction of a full rainbow: an arc. But optically, a full rainbow makes a complete circle. Physics explains why.
Overwintering is profoundly stressful for trees. So why do they bother?
Science is for everyone, even those possessing strongly held beliefs that seem to conflict with the best available evidence.
Rare and costly paints have shaped art history in unforeseen ways. Mummy brown caused one artist to bury his paint.
The world is aging, and with age comes vision decline. New research may have found how to improve eyesight in an accessible way.
Your brain is trying to show you the future.
Let's hope that squid don't evolve lungs and legs, or humanity might be in real trouble.