New sol-gel inks developed by researchers at the University of Illinois can be printed into patterns to produce three-dimensional structures of metal oxides with nanoscale features.
Public discussion over global warming is often caught in a vortex of misinformation perpetuated by extreme forces who say it’s all just a big hoax.
The latest video technology could help to resolve conflicts between employees at work, neighbours or even family members, researchers from the University of Bath, UK, believe.
A Swedish research team of Dr. Wei Luo & Professor Rajeev Ahuja and US team of Dr. Y. Ding & Prof. H.K. Mao have used theoretical calculations to understand a totally new type of high-pressure structural phase transition ...
U.S. Veterans Affairs hospitals have stopped providing state registries with information on cancer patients because of privacy concerns.
Australia is trying to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by capturing carbon dioxide and storing it in underground reservoirs.
Physicians at UT Southwestern Medical Center are the first in Texas to use a new technique in which a small radioactive pellet, or “seed”, is implanted into a mass or suspicious lesion in the breast to pinpoint its exact ...
Red wine is known to have multiple health benefits. Researchers at the University of Missouri-Columbia have found that red wine may also protect humans from common food-borne diseases.
Expensive trainers are not worth the money, finds a small study published ahead of print in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.
An immune system protein could act as an early warning system for lung cancer, reveals research published ahead of print in the journal Thorax.
Growing recognition of the importance of health as a contributing factor to economic development and societal change has prompted the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) to add a new subsection in Sustainabl ...
Obese people are six times as likely to develop gullet (oesophageal) cancer as people of ‘healthy’ weight, shows research published ahead of print in the journal Gut.