Researchers developed a new solar cell that can convert carbon dioxide in the atmosphere to burnable fuels using sunlight as energy.
Researchers have discoverd evidence of the oldest evidence of cancer and bony tumors in humans belonging to a 1.7 million years old foot bone and 2 million years old Australopithecus sediba child.
Researchers from Ohio State University are looking to modify the ability of Buckeye Gold to be a potential sustainable source of rubber in the United States.
Engineers at University of Washington develop a new novel hybrid material that can turn dirty water to drinkable water.
Scientists are approaching a major breakthrough in artificial intelligence that could enable machines to understand human emotions.
A new study revealed that people who are rejected are more likely to commit unethical behavior or fraud.
Scientists create a microneedle system that can reduce pain during drug measurements and replace expensive blood draws.
A new study suggests that that people exposed to loud noises in their work and home are more likely to experience a ringing sensation in their ear or a condition known as tinnitus.
A new study showed that low-frequency earthquakes along the San Andreas Fault tend to occur during the waxing period of the tidal cycle.
Researchers conducted a trial to prove that the human eye can detect the smallest unit of light called photons.
Dark Matter was widely discussed and popularized in the 2007 film directed by Chen Shi-zheng. Despite its popularity, Dark Matter is yet to be discovered. Scientists have yet to get their hands on the elusive and mysterious material.
A new map of the brain details 100 previously unexplored parts and aims to help scientists improve on studies about brain diseases.
The latest study conducted on the mysterious grooves on the moon is about to change the “most violent” chapter in history. A detailed analysis done by astronomers on one of the moon’s most famous craters reveals more about what really caused it. According to research, a protoplanet which is roughly the size of the New Jersey state caused the crater.
A new study suggests that iron-rich, low-oxygen ocean is the most likely cause of the delayed recovery of the Earth after the mass extinction event 252 million years ago.