The Northern Treeshrew defies two of the most widely tested ecological “rules” of body size variation within species, a new study finds.
Study describes the process of skin cell differentiation as more of continuous, meandering journey, with changes in cell fate dictated by the environment.
Machine learning reveals patterns in brain activity and within minutes can pinpoint where seizures begin.
Researchers offer a new explanation for how certain materials can be grown on silicon and offer stable information storage at the nanometer scale for smaller, faster, more multifunctional processors.
Producing chirality, a property found throughout nature, through large-scale self-assembly could lead to applications in sensing, machine perception and more
Study reveals that you can wake up each morning without feeling sluggish by paying attention to three key factors: sleep, exercise and breakfast.
When there are more females than males in colonies of orb-weaving spiders, males fight less with each other — and that females fight less in female-dominated colonies than in male-dominated ones.
Researchers develop a self-powered ingestible sensor system designed to monitor metabolites in the small intestine over time
Isolation no barrier as rainforest animals follow the daily dictates of time and temperature
Two studies show that adding peanuts and herbs and spices to the American Diet can increase the abundance of gut bacteria associated with better health.