Researchers have now shown that microRNA molecules play a central role in the regulation of body weight.
Researchers reveal how motivation influences the neural circuits of perception and impacts decision-making.
Exploring the mechanics of anthrax infection, scientists have discovered two proteins that are involved in controlling the levels of cholesterol in the membrane of our cells.
Affordable, lightweight, compact, and easy-to-use, this ground breaking invention is sensitive in detecting bite forces, enabling users to control devices such as computers, smartphones etc.
Scientists discover that this diversity is partly due to lighting differences in their habitats.
Researchers have demonstrated how to create exciton pairs in a new type of semiconductor structure, paving the way for next generation technologies required for high-speed computing.
After years of careful development, engineers have created a boot-like exoskeleton that increases walking speed and reduces effort outside of the lab.
For first time astronomers see black hole spewing stellar remains years after consuming star.
Researchers demonstrate that graphene can greatly improve electrical circuits required for wearable and flexible electronics such as smart health patches, bendable smartphones etc.
Using a newly developed technique, researchers have ruled out a potential source of ancient dissolved organic matter (DOM) in the world's oceans.
Researchers have discovered a way to apply expansion microscopy, which expands cell components to make them more visible, to lipids using click chemistry, recognized with the 2022 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
The findings could lead to new approaches treating cardiovascular disease or other inflammatory conditions.
The robot features morphing limbs that can adapt their shape, stiffness, and behavior to the environment.
Study of rats, researchers discovered that a diet of high sugar does lower the ability of the taste system to sense sweetness.
New technique could enable processing speeds a million to a billion times faster than today's computers and spur progress in many-body physics.
Robot inspired by burrowing crustacean that may someday help evaluate the soil of agricultural sites, collect marine data and study soil and rock conditions at construction sites.
Researchers have discovered a way to create slow movements using just chemistry and applied it to microrobotics.
It holds the potential to transform how doctors can treat neurological disorders.
Inspired by living things from trees to shellfish, researchers create a plastic much like many life forms that are hard and rigid in some places and soft and stretchy in others.
Researchers have identified a promising strategy for development of broad-spectrum antiviral therapies that centers around promoting a strong immune response.