Study describes a method of using a magnetic field to activate and deactivate a topological state in a strongly correlated metal.
Researchers have identified a key contributor to high blood pressure that could lead to new treatments for a condition that affects almost half of American adults.
The findings may one day help engineers develop new kinds of devices, such as quantum sensors or the quantum equivalent of computer memory storage devices.
New research finds that children infected with HIV are significantly more likely to do worse in neurological assessments despite having well-controlled HIV disease.
The prize was awarded for the development of click chemistry and bioorthogonal chemistry
The prize was given for experiments with entangled photons, establishing the violation of Bell inequalities and pioneering quantum information science.
Svante Pääbo won the prize for his discoveries concerning the genomes of extinct hominins and human evolution.
Scientists have theorised a concept called ‘ergotropy’ that represents the amount of extractable work from a system by keeping its entropy (measure of randomness of a system) constant.
A novel site-specific drug delivery method using gold nanoparticles can improve management and treatment of cancer.
New research identifies specific molecules that mediate transport of lipids inside a cell and to the bloodstream.
Some estimates of Antarctica’s total contribution to sea-level rise may be over- or underestimated, after researchers detected a previously unknown source of ice loss variability.
Study shows a person’s own rating of their feelings – even on such seemingly arbitrary scales – is of greater predictive power, in terms of action, than a collection of socioeconomic measures.
A new system of flying drones working together to 3D print material, has been developed by a team involving researchers.
Physicists have developed a formulation to solve the longstanding problem of electron self-interaction when studying polarons – quasiparticles produced by electron-phonon interactions in materials
A new method for prompting cells to create specific proteins can more accurately focus on which cells make the proteins and when.
Scientists have developed a new ultrafast camera that can record footage of these impulses as they travel through nerve cells.
The study provides a scientific framework to develop tests that delineate specific fungal species in tumors that are relevant for prediction of cancer progression and therapy.
These multicellular, cross-kingdom assemblages were more resistant to antimicrobials and removal and caused more extensive tooth decay than their single-species equivalents.
Editing technology is precise and broadly applicable to all tissues and animal species.