Study reveals that migratory birds across North America are getting smaller, a change the researchers attribute to the rapidly warming climate.
Research provides a deeper understanding of how we learn complex audio-motor tasks like speaking or playing music.
Researchers have demonstrated the virus’s ability to infect human cells and deftly evade the human immune system’s typical responses.
PFAS (per-and-polyfluoroalkyl substances) are known to negatively affect ecological and human health
Study has shed new light for the first time that amines themselves volatilize, often more than dicamba itself.
The oddly satisfying small domes that you press on your soda’s to-go cup lid may one day save a winged drone from a nosedive.
New study has begun to clarify the complicated details of this lineage, which diverged from the common ancestor that it shares with animals about 750 million to 1 billion years ago.
Anew method to anchor single atoms of platinum-group metals on nanometer-sized islands allows for efficient use of these expensive metals as catalysts for a wide variety of applications.
Research suggests children’s need for daytime sleep depends on brain’s ability to file away memories, learning.
Researchers map the environmental pressures of global production for all foods on land and ocean
Scientists have developed an equation learning technique that might one day help scientists grasp how the body rebuilds skin and could potentially inspire new therapies to accelerate wound healing.
Prize in Economic Sciences 2022 has been awarded to Ben S. Bernanke, Douglas W. Diamond- and Philip H. Dybvig “for research on banks and financial crises”
Study finds, large mammalian herbivores like the yak and ibex play a crucial role in stabilising the pool of soil carbon in grazing ecosystems.
A new swab test that identifies potentially dangerous cervical cell changes up to four years before they happen.
Researchers have programmed bacterial cells to react to changes in light and temperature with the help of synthetic cell machinery.
Analyzing more than two decades’ worth of supernova explosions, astrophysicists better understand composition, evolution of universe
Researchers have discovered an unexpected role for a protein in human cells, solving a longstanding mystery about how the composition of mitochondrial membranes is regulated.
A University of Chicago undergraduate, however, was able to tease some clues out of data that most scientists had overlooked.
Study examines how autoantibodies could cause complications in some patients.