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The swirling skies of Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night illustrate a mystery that has eluded biologists for more than a century.
Chemists have found a new, direct way to convert gaseous methane into liquid methanol.
New tests designed to help doctors pick the right hepatitis C medicine for patients could mean faster cures and lower costs.
This tool improves upon a technique called rabies virus tracing, which was originally developed in the Callaway lab at Salk and is commonly used to map neural connections.
For all their anti-theft, fuel efficiency and satellite radio features, even the priciest new cars still travel on roads using decades-old traffic management technology.
Scientists have discovered that the strong force field emitted by a Tesla coil causes carbon nanotubes to self-assemble into long wires, a phenomenon they call "Teslaphoresis."
A modern twist on an old technology could soon help detect rogue methane leaks, hidden explosives and much more.
Leave it to evolutionary biologists to name a theory from a line in Alice in Wonderland.
Yale scientists have developed a laser imaging system with the versatility to look at both the structure of biological tissue and the dynamic activity.
Smart synthetic skins have the potential to allow robots to touch and sense what's around them, but keeping them powered up and highly sensitive at low cost has been a challenge, until now.
Guess what Generation Z-yers are most interested in when it comes to their vehicle?
Greenland's massive ice sheet this week started melting freakishly early thanks to a weather system that brought unseasonably warm temperatures and rain, scientists say.
Today there is an on-going battle between man and machine.