Rechargeable lithium air batteries are a next-generation technology.
A study in Brazil found that nearly 90 percent of people with a rare paralyzing condition said they had symptoms of Zika earlier.
A cell-to-cell signaling network that serves as a developmental timer could provide a framework for better understanding of mechanisms underlying human heart valve disease, say scientists.
The engineer's study has many applications, including development of efficient and inexpensive photovoltaic solar panels.
A research team has analyzed genome-wide data from 51 Eurasians from thousands of years ago and provided the first vivid look at the genetic history of modern humans in Eurasia.
Scientists attempt to find a new way to produce the nutritional fatty acids that are currently sourced from fish oil from the world's declining natural fish stocks.
Chinese scientists have now introduced a new, exceptional anti-counterfeit ink made with carbon nanodots.
Scientists may have found a way to stop the cancer that has been killing these marsupials for the past 20 years.
Wildlife advocates on Wednesday said they will seek a court order halting a United States government program that allows tens of thousands of pelts from bobcats and a small number of gray wolves to be exported annually for sale on the international fur market.
Scientists test an alternate method for identifying the origins of cosmic rays.
A milestone has been reached in the history of aviation.
The smallest species of primates has added a trio of new members to its family.
Global demand for energy is increasing by the hour as developing countries move toward industrialization.
Quantum information science and technology has emerged as a new paradigm for dramatically faster computation and secure communication in the 21st century.
Wildlife advocates are concerned that a possible mining project near a major tributary of the river could threaten the eagles.