Biologists demonstrated for the first time that Thiamethoxam is damaging to honey bees.
Hydrate wasted less energy as heat, storing energy more efficiently.
A new smartphone application with a personalized algorithm can help predict the impact of particular food based on an individual’s blood sugar levels.
Research shows that by studying and replicating mucus’ natural ability to control pathogenic bacteria, scientists may be able to find new methods to combat...
During the American Academy of Neurology’s Annual Meeting, new evidence was presented from a double-blind, randomized phase III study on the drug apomorphine.
A Corythosaurus is now complete after being without its head for nearly a century.
NASA scientists have found a new planet that may add to the understanding of the types of planetary systems that exist beyond the solar system.
A custom Stimulated Emission Depletion (STED) microscope—could set the stage for future treatment discoveries.
A new, simpler and efficient interface to control robots will allow laymen to do it without significant training time.
The study showed that dust samples taken in dorms contain carcinogens, hormone disruptors and chemicals from dozens of flame retardants.
Artificial intelligence models may be the new tool to help screen and evaluate efforts in tuberculosis-prevalent areas that have limited access to radiologists.
The womb-like environment stimulates prenatal fluid, giving extremely premature babies more time to develop their lungs and other organs.
A new renewable energy source might come from the world’s simplest alcohol.
Researchers are turning to cannabidiol to help cut seizures in half for those suffering from a severe form of epilepsy.
A team of researchers have developed a single-unit, photo-rechargeable portable power source that is designed to work under sunlight.
Rush Holt, Ph.D., CEO of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), gave an interview with R&D Magazine about the reasons for the...
A breath test—which detected the presence of traces of RNA molecules— correctly determined the health status of 98 percent of study participants.
Due to the selective nature of the material, it has potential for nanofiltration applications to held rid water of contaminants.
A new 3D quantum liquid crystal may pave the way for ultrafast quantum computers in the near future.
Researchers have found that bacteria can help counteract triclosan, a top environmental contaminant since the 1960’s.
Researchers have found that the exoplanets that are most likely to be habitable appear to be primarily water.
This Earth Day, thousands are expected to gather in Washington D.C. and in over 400 locations around the world as part of the March for Science.
Researchers have shown that strawberry extract can inhibit the spread of laboratory-grown breast cancer cells.
A group of Japanese researchers has developed a new method to synthesize oil within microalgae cells, which could lead to more efficient biofuel development.
Thick ice deposits along Arctic rivers are melting significantly faster than they did earlier this century.
A new species of clingfish that has been stuck in a preserved jar in Australia since the 1970’s has finally been identified.
A pair of supermassive black holes have been found in a duo of ultra-compact dwarf galaxies.
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory dedicates the entire week to the femtosecond—one quadrillionth of a second—from April 17 to April 21.
Scientists may have finally determined why animals that live in caves often become blind.
Researchers have tapped into nano-antennas in an effort to control light propagating in waveguides.
A new camera is emerging that has the capability to capture a detailed micron-resolution image from a distance.
NASA has provided some insight into the icy, ocean-bearing moons of Jupiter and Saturn that could one day lead to proof of life outside of Earth.
Self-driving cars may soon be getting an upgrade with a new surveying system enhancement.
A new 3D printing method has enabled researchers to create objects that can permanently transform into a range of different shapes in response to heat.
Researchers previously thought that the early dinosaurs were about the size of a chicken and walked on two legs.
The Welwalk WW-1000 system, designed by Toyota, is a motorized mechanical frame that fits on a person’s leg from the knee down.
Engineers have developed nanowire technology, which may enable researchers to better understand how single cells communicate in large neuronal networks.
A novel type of robot that can communicate and share images quickly may be better suited than humans for certain high-risk jobs.
Researchers are using unique graphic characters as the latest tool to help doctors detect signs of Alzheimer’s disease significantly earlier.