A team of physicists has found the first direct evidence of pear shaped nuclei in exotic atoms.
Researchers have made a significant first step with newly engineered biomaterials for cell transplantation that could lead to a possible cure for Type 1 diabetes.
Scientists are considering how natural events like fires and hurricanes might limit opportunities for climate change mitigation.
A new quick, elegant technique lets scientists know which catalyst will get a specific task done quickly and with the least energy.
Eating fish is good for your heart but taking fish oil capsules does not help people at high risk of heart problems who are already taking heart medications.
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Drinking one to three glasses of champagne a week may counteract the memory loss associated with aging, and could help delay the onset of degenerative brain disorders, such as dementia.
Top researchers from universities, research institutes, national space agencies and industry in Europe and the U.S. are meeting to discuss near-Earth object impact effects and threat mitigation.
Many kinds of cinnamon, cinnamon-flavored foods, beverages and food supplements in the U.S. use a form of the spice that contains high levels of a natural substance that may cause liver damage in some sensitive people.
Epilepsy that does not respond to drugs can be halted in adult mice by transplanting a specific type of cell into the brain.
Wrigley says it is taking a new caffeinated gum off the market temporarily as the Food and Drug Administration investigates the safety of added caffeine.
Scientists confirmed the presence of a magnetic field generated by electrons which scientists had theorized existed, but that had never been proven until now.
Researchers discovered a technique for controlling the sensitivity of graphene chemical sensors.
A new “solder” for laser welding of tissue during surgical operations has the potential to produce stronger seals and expand use of this alternative to conventional sutures and stapling in intestinal surgery.