Study found that dietary inulin fiber alters the metabolism of certain gut bacteria, which in turn triggers what scientists call type 2 inflammation in the gut and lungs.
Simulations show quirky behavior helps fish estimate swimming direction and speed
Scientists analyzed all 6.7-or-greater magnitude strike-slip earthquakes worldwide since 2000 — there were 87 in all — and identified 12 of the supershear type.
Ramped-up animal agriculture would increase efficiency, but potentially increase animal-borne diseases, risk of future pandemics, new analysis finds.
Analysis of primates shows permanent changes in bone composition after giving birth, breastfeeding.
Throughout Earth’s ancient history, there were several periods of time when many fish actually favored the cold, dark, barren waters of the deep sea.
Light-powered catalyst makes hydrogen energy from pungent gas in one-step process
A recently released set of topography maps provides new evidence for an ancient northern ocean on Mars.
Researchers’ recent observations of a stellar-mass black hole called Cygnus X-1 reveal new details about the configuration of extremely hot matter.
A study has found that Eurasian jays can pass a version of the ‘marshmallow test’ – and those with the greatest self-control also score the highest on intelligence tests.
Scientists investigated signs of pancreatic cancer, including weight loss, hyperglycaemia and diabetes and demonstrated the timelines for when they develop in relation to cancer.
An exceptionally well-preserved collection of fossils discovered in eastern Yunnan Province, China, has enabled researchers to solve a centuries-old riddle in the evolution of life on earth
A signature in the X-ray light emitted by a highly magnetised dead star known as a magnetar suggests the star has a solid surface with no atmosphere.
Researchers have made a superconducting component from graphene that is quantum coherent and sensitive to magnetic fields.
Secretary, Department of Science and Technology (DST) Dr. Srivari Chandrasekhar highlights the major themes and topics
The technology called semi-confined unreinforced brick masonry (SC-URBM) can resolve the problem of spread of settlements in earthquake-prone areas.
A fossil discovery from Scotland has provided new information on the early evolution of lizards, during the time of the dinosaurs.
A fault in cells that form a key part of the immune system can be repaired with a pioneering gene editing technique.
Researchers have developed a structure that can switch between stable shapes as needed while being remarkably simple to produce.
Researchers have found a way for these microorganisms to effectively cross blood vessel walls and subsequently colonise a tumour.