Article
The researchers were inspired by the Dusky Arion, a slug common in Europe and parts of the U.S. that secretes a special kind of mucus when threatened.
7.28.2017
10:28am
Article
Etmopterus lailae—the newest shark species identified by scientists at Florida Atlantic University (FAU)—measures less than a foot long and under two pounds.
7.28.2017
10:14am
Advertisement
Advertisement
News
Tardigrades became more famous recently when it was suggested that their DNA was a mix of animal and bacterial segments.
by PLOS
7.28.2017
10:05am
News
A stem cell-based method can selectively target and kill cancerous tissue while preventing some of the toxic side effects of chemotherapy.
by University of California, Irvine
7.28.2017
8:46am
News
Many different approaches are being studied as possible ways of creating qubits.
by MIT
7.28.2017
8:31am
Advertisement
News
Combining intraoperative imaging with PET scans helps surgeons identify malignant nodules.
by University of Pennsylvania School Of Medicine
7.27.2017
3:16pm
News
Carbon nanotubes immobilized in a tuft of quartz fiber have the power to remove toxic heavy metals from water, according to researchers at Rice University.
by Rice University
7.27.2017
2:58pm
Advertisement
News
Using advanced computer modelling techniques, the research team has translated the distribution of galaxies into detailed maps of matter streams and velocities.
by University of Portsmouth
7.27.2017
2:54pm
News
Every day, enough sunlight hits the Earth to power the planet many times over— if only we could more efficiently capture all the energy.
by ASU Biodesign Institute
7.27.2017
2:48pm
News
Researchers develop an electrically-driven process to separate commercially important metals from sulfide minerals in one step without harmful byproducts.
by Denis Paiste, Materials Processing Center, MIT News
7.27.2017
2:40pm
Advertisement
Article
There are hundreds of different strains of marijuana. For medicinal users, determining the best one for their particular aliment can be daunting.
7.27.2017
2:34pm
News
About 20 to 30% of the variation in human lifespan comes down to our genome.
by Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics
7.27.2017
2:29pm
Advertisement
Article
New research has found that a crystal can be converted into an electrical circuit, paving the way for a bevy of new electronic devices.
7.27.2017
10:32am
Article
Cell phones may soon be able to handle the extreme heat of a beach day or frigid cold of a day at the ski slopes.
7.27.2017
10:20am
News
Malaria was not eradicated on Sardinia until the 1950s.
by University of Zurich
7.27.2017
9:42am
Advertisement
News
In the UK, around 20,000 tonnes of aluminium foil packaging is wasted each year.
by Queen's University Belfast
7.27.2017
9:26am
News
Hydrogen at elevated temperature creates high electrical conductivity in the Earth's mantle.
by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
7.27.2017
9:14am
Advertisement
News
Many diseases are treated with protein-based drugs.
by Kumamoto University
7.27.2017
9:05am
News
The model is flexible and can process a variety of data despite differing formats and data sources.
by Texas A&M University
7.27.2017
9:00am
Article
Autonomous underwater vehicles may soon be riding—instead of fighting— the ocean currents.
7.26.2017
3:33pm
Advertisement
News
The interdisciplinary nexus of biology and engineering, known as synthetic biology, is growing at a rapid pace.
by Arizona State University (ASU)
7.26.2017
3:20pm
News
In recent years, perovskites have taken the solar cell industry by storm. They are cheap, easy to produce and very flexible in their applications.
by SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
7.26.2017
3:17pm
Advertisement
News
Researchers developed a technique that results in more accurate 3D scanning for reconstructing complex objects than what currently exists.
by American Associates, Ben-Gurion University Of The Negev
7.26.2017
3:12pm
News
A research team modified the surface texture of both the front and back of silicon solar cells to cheaply enhance light harvesting.
by Osaka University
7.26.2017
3:07pm
News
ASU astronomers find young galaxies that appeared soon after the Big Bang.
by Arizona State University
7.26.2017
2:41pm
Advertisement
Article
IBM reported its 21st consecutive quarter of sales declines.
7.26.2017
10:56am
Article
A team of astronomers has found that there are about seven times more large, ‘long-period’ comets than previously predicted.
7.26.2017
10:01am
Advertisement
News
The sky is a crowded place. In June 2017, there were on average 33,000 flights every day over Europe alone
by Davide Crivelli, Cardiff University, The Conversation
7.26.2017
9:35am
News
It could also someday help give scientists the profound and unsettling ability to create entirely new organisms.
by Malcolm Ritter, AP Science Writer
7.26.2017
9:21am
News
Researchers developed a new type of user-interactive electronic skin.
by IOP Publishing
7.26.2017
9:18am