A research team co-led by a scientist has sequenced the first complete mitochondrial genome of a 2500-year-old Phoenician dubbed the "Young Man of Byrsa."
Up to 120 standard-sized vials, placed in five carousels, can be processed at-one-time by the Altus.
Spaxe X is taking to the skies again. Over the last few months, the aerospace company has made headlines with its rocket launches and landing endeavors.
Researchers present a way to use optical clocks for more accurate timekeeping than is possible with today's system of traditional atomic clocks.
Since the discovery of the first successful Streptomyces-based antibiotic to treat tuberculosis in 1944, tapping into the diversity from this genus has been a priority for antibiotic discovery.
As the international epidemic of Zika virus disease has unfolded and led to devastating birth defects for at least 1,300 children in eight countries, an agonizing question has persisted: What is the chance that an infected pregnant woman will have a baby with these defects?
Google’s self-driving cars could receive a unique safety feature soon.
Beach season may be upon us, but that doesn't mean we have to find those pesky plastic beer-can rings in the seawater any longer that might kill the creatures inhabiting it.
Understanding certain aspects of the animal's injuries will help clinicians differentiate between causes of trauma.
The problem with Triclosan, which is found in antibacterial soaps, detergents, carpets, paints, toys, and toothpaste.
Two mysterious stone rings found deep inside a French cave were probably built by Neanderthals about 176,500 years ago, proving that the ancient cousins of humans were capable of more complex behavior than previously thought.
Researchers used extremely small wires to help develop this new device.
A new approach to the design of a liquid battery could offer great advantages due to these two features.
Did you know there's a process in the ocean where byproducts such as methane, hydrogen, and heat, are produced?