This new innovation could spare patients from the harmful side effects of radiation pre-treatment.
Researchers develop vaccine that can potentially cure or help prevent acnes.
The newly discovered seadragon in its natural habitat was recently captured on video by scientists.
Researchers have been studying the nature of life on Earth and the role of biodiversity. Given the current state of slow biodiversity loss as a variety of species populations are gradually diminishing toward the poles, scientists from the University of Chicago, University of California, Berkeley, and University of California, San Diego try to reconcile two competing ideas that explain this phenomenon in their study published in The American Naturalist.
Engineers from the University of California San Diego have developed a self-healing magnetic ink that can be used to make batteries, electrochemical sensors, and wearable, textile-based electrical circuits. The devices can repair tears as wide as three millimeters. This is a record in the field of self-healing systems.
Scientists have developed a flexible and wearable electronic skin patch that could accurately measure a person’s blood alcohol level and display data to laptops and mobile devices.
Africanized honey bees have been expanding northward in California since they were introduced in 1994. Because they are limited to warm temperatures, future climate change could expand their range even more.
Graduate students from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California-San Diego discovered a methane seep about 30 miles off the coast. This site is home to many unique, adaptable species, and is the first found in the region.