An unexpectedly rich array of early galaxies that was largely hidden until now has been observed by researchers using data from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope.
Habitat loss interacting with severe weather conditions cause a food shortage that drives hungry bats closer to human populations, where they infect intermediary hosts and can infect people.
New research offers cheaper and more efficient pathway to semiconductor production using electrodeposition.
The study could provide an inexpensive and efficient way to protect crops grown in polluted areas and remediate mercury-laden waterways.
Shorter lifespans for lab-kept honeybees could help explain increased colony losses, lower honey production
Study reveals how the element contributes to increased cloud cover and depletes molecules in the Earth’s protective ozone layer.
First-of-its-kind experimental evidence defies conventional theories about how plasmas emit or absorb radiation.
IBDC is mandated to archive all life science data generated from publicly funded research in India
Researchers identified that certain correlates of protection – inflammation and activation of the immune system were associated with the likelihood of becoming infected.
More sociable monkeys have a higher abundance of certain beneficial gut bacteria, and a lower abundance of potentially disease-causing bacteria, new research has found.
A first-of-its-kind gene-editing therapy for people with a disorder that causes heart failure is safe in the short term and may stop disease progression.
Researchers have created a laser system based on a network like a spider’s web, which can be precisely controlled to produce different light colours.
Scientists have identified the type of neuron that is activated and remodelled by spinal cord stimulation, allowing patients to stand up, walk and rebuild their muscles.
The secret to long life for rechargeable batteries may lie in an embrace of difference.
Researchers have developed a new theory and numerical calculations to predict spin decoherence in materials with high accuracy.
Study shows an innovative new system for artificial photosynthesis that is more productive than previous artificial systems by an order of magnitude.
This finding opens up a new range of possibilities for the development of efficient quantum technologies, such as spin-based electronics.
The finding suggests possible new ways to target these bacterial infections.
The findings could reveal an important target for new drugs to tackle numerous infectious diseases in humans.
Study reveals insights into the properties of a recently discovered family of superconductors, with implications for future applications in quantum computing and other technologies.