A high-speed camera—originally designed for movie production— is now moving from Los Angeles to the laboratory.
The environmental impact of nanotechnology is not well understood despite its substantial benefit to society.
Augmented reality has a much bigger purpose other than gaming at the Sandia National Laboratory.
Hundreds of commonly used soaps, lotions, and cleaning products will soon have to undergo makeovers.
Recent studies on Antarctic ice-sheet instability indicate that such rises may be more likely than once thought.
Stretchable electronics have potential for dozens of applications.
Squalamine is a positively charged molecule with a high affinity for negatively charged membranes.
After an analysis of 255 cervical cancer samples, researchers found that HPV oncogenes were expressed in two different ways.
New research demonstrates that Type Ia supernovae can effectively measure the pace at which the universe expands.