Researchers have determined that testing a portion of a person's submandibular gland may be a way to diagnose early Parkinson's disease.
A new discovery at the excavation of Qesem Cave reveals tortoises played a supplementary role in the diets of early humans 400,000 years ago.
New research finds that antiperspirant and deodorant can significantly influence both the type and quantity of bacterial life found in the human armpit's microbiome.
Bronkhorst’s El-Flow Prestige Meter includes the new “Differential Temperature Balancing” technology.
The Titan Laboratory Information Management System from ATL offers a feature-rich user experience that promotes automation and productivity through streamlined work processes.
Anton Paar’s Modular Sample Processor automates tedious manual tasks like pipetting, sampling, dosing and weighing for a wide volume range and many different sample types.
Coffee, subject to a tug-of-war in positive and negative health studies, has its latest supporting claim: that it helps prevent liver cirrhosis.
A research team made a 3-D gel model of a smooth fetal brain based on MRI images to better understand how the human brain folds.
The largest genetic study of dogs is a big step towards efficiently mapping genes responsible for complex diseases in dogs, most of which are very similar in humans, thereby accelerating understanding of human genetic diseases.
The genome of eelgrass has now been unveiled. It turns out that the plant, once land-living but now only found in the marine environment, has lost the genes required to survive out of the water.
Researchers have found that erosion is just as important as melting ice in driving the increase in magma production and subsequent volcanic activity.
When the moon is high in the sky, it creates bulges in the planet’s atmosphere that creates imperceptible changes in the amount of rain that falls below. New research shows that the lunar forces affect the amount of rain – though very slightly.
A new study has found a steep decline in the number of scholarly papers about basic science published in leading medical journals in the last 20 years.
In preparation for future long-duration space missions, NASA has asked four volunteers to live in close quarters with no access to the outside world for 30 days. Researchers will observe and analyze how these conditions affect the group's behavior.