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.
Study revealed clues about how the chemical compound affects bee physiology, including reproduction.
Study revealed that tyrannosaurs had unique ligaments that supercharged their feet, allowing them to move swiftly across vast distances.
The novel method developed by researchers has exciting implications for plastic waste collecting on Catalina Island and L.A.-area beaches.
A new study the first analysis shows both the sheer magnitude of firearm fatalities in the U.S. over the past 32 years and the growing disparities by race/ethnicity, age, and geographic location.
Study shows that those in management positions demonstrate explicit and implicit bias toward others from marginalized groups and often express more implicit bias than people who are not in management.
Researchers explore next-gen structural materials- from pangolin scales that can stand up to hard hits to colorful but sturdy peacock feathers, nature can do a lot with a few simple molecules.
New study on behaviour of charged particles in a magnetic field under ultra-cold temperatures can help control noise in quantum technology.
Study of data from the outburst of the star called RS Ophiuchi detected on August 8, 2021, which shows hot, may hold the key to understanding the formation of Type 1a supernovae.
Powerful jets of material released by black holes are accelerated far into space by shock waves within the jets
First evidence drug resistant bacteria can travel from gut to lung, increasing infection risks
Rock samples from the Jezero crater analysed by the Perseverance rover show evidence of liquid water and signatures that could be organic compounds.
Researchers have found that a set of proteins have different shapes in the spinal fluid of healthy individuals and Parkinson’s patients.
Research study looks at the solubilization and bio accessibility of tire-particle compounds in the digestive systems of rainbow trout.
The contents of the last meal consumed by the earliest animals known to inhabit Earth more than 550 million years ago has unearthed
Researchers make progress toward groups of robots that could build almost anything, including buildings, vehicles, and even bigger robots.