Article
Scientists have explained how one of the deadliest forms of bacteria gets past the body’s defenses.
1.23.2017
2:32pm
News
This new human skin is one of the first living human organs created using bioprinting to be introduced to the marketplace.
by Carlos III University of Madrid
1.23.2017
2:18pm
Advertisement
News
A fatty molecule thought to be unique to flowering plants has turned up in bacteria skimmed from the Adriatic Sea.
by Stanford's School of Earth, Energy, & Environmental Sciences
1.23.2017
2:00pm
Advertisement
News
The Hyper Tube Express (HTX) is an ultra-fast transit system powered by magnetic attraction that would move at nearly 1,000 km per hour.
by UNIST
1.23.2017
1:00pm
News
One mystery has been whether the jets exist only in the planet's upper atmosphere or whether they plunge into Jupiter's gaseous interior.
by UCLA
1.23.2017
12:00pm
Article
A new technique to increase the speed of medical tests is combining cutting-edge nanoscience with a magnetic phenomenon discovered more than 170 years ago.
1.23.2017
10:29am
Advertisement
News
Algae-eating parrotfish, like other herbivorous reef fish, play an important role in coral reef ecosystems by removing the algae that compete with corals
by University of California - San Diego
1.23.2017
10:04am
Article
Market Watch for the Holiday-shortened week ending January 20, 2017 closed at 1,558.39 for the 25 companies in the R&D Index.
by Tim Studt, Contributing Editor
1.23.2017
9:57am
Advertisement
News
The research could lead to huge economic gains in the pharmaceutical and agri-chemical sectors, plus more affordable medicines for healthcare providers.
by University of Huddersfield
1.23.2017
9:48am
News
A new study found that flying insects migrate on a seasonal basis.
by University of Haifa
1.23.2017
9:29am
Article
Scientists have begun using smaller pieces of graphene as semiconductors used to make transistors.
1.20.2017
3:24pm
Advertisement
Article
Scientists have pinpointed why the vision of astronauts deteriorates after long trips in space.
1.20.2017
3:18pm
News
Identification of molecule required for immune cells to enter joint could lead to new treatment approaches.
by Massachusetts General Hospital
1.20.2017
2:56pm
Advertisement
News
The question of whether Earthlings are alone in the universe has puzzled everyone from biologists and physicists to philosophers and filmmakers.
by San Francisco State University
1.20.2017
2:40pm
News
Delivering nucleic acids such as RNA to cells to dampen or boost a target protein is a strategy that holds potential to treat many diseases.
by Anne Trafton, MIT News Office
1.20.2017
1:30pm
News
A new research article gives indications of the best places in Iceland to build thermal power stations.
by University of Gothenburg
1.20.2017
12:30pm
Advertisement
News
The material makes good use of the porous nature of two specific sources of carbon.
by Rice University
1.20.2017
11:40am
News
New material for medical implants uses a specially grown, superhemophobic titanium surface that is extremely repellent to blood.
1.20.2017
10:24am
Advertisement
News
A group of peptides dampen immune signaling - preventing further response once the infection has been dealt with by the plant's immune system.
by Queen's University
1.20.2017
10:16am
News
New research shows plate dynamics are driven significantly by the additional force of heat drawn from the Earth’s core.
by University of Chicago
1.20.2017
10:08am
News
Use of a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) method to analyze circulating tumor cells (CTCs) may increase the ability to diagnose early-stage cancer.
by Massachusetts General Hospital
1.20.2017
10:05am
Advertisement
News
UMass Amherst research finds microbe from the Potomac yields better electronic material.
by University of Massachusetts at Amherst
1.20.2017
9:56am
News
The new paper highlights several studies on pediatric nutrition of which brain development outcomes were the primary interest.
by University of Illinois College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences
1.20.2017
9:52am
Advertisement
News
This work is an important step toward making artificial intelligence systems that see and understand the world as humans do.
by Northwestern University
1.19.2017
2:44pm
Article
A specialized device could be a strong asset for hospitals seeking solutions to eliminating drug-resistant superbugs.
Digital Editor
|
1.19.2017
2:41pm
News
Type 1 diabetes occurs when the body produces little to no insulin.
by The Endocrine Society
1.19.2017
2:16pm
Advertisement
News
The soft robotic sleeve twists and compresses in synch with a beating heart, augmenting cardiovascular functions weakened by heart failure.
by Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
1.19.2017
1:37pm
News
This screening method is most useful for addressing questions that are directly linked to a cell's ability to grow.
by CEMM
1.19.2017
11:30am
Advertisement
Article
The researchers were able to use their nanoscale semiconductor to raise the energy conversion rate to at least 40 percent.
1.19.2017
10:28am
Article
Lithium ion batteries power a wide array of electronic devices, but their ability to rapidly discharge energy can lead to potential explosion.
Digital Editor
|
1.19.2017
10:18am
News
Israeli scientists now report that a supramolecular aqua material can be utilized as a sustainable membrane for water purification at high pressures.
by Wiley
1.19.2017
10:07am