(PhysOrg.com) -- Rising levels of antidepressants in coastal waters could change sea-life behaviour and potentially damage the food-chain, according to a new study.
(PhysOrg.com) -- The wheels that will touch down on Mars in 2012 are several rotations closer to spinning on the rocky trails of Mars.
Detecting oral cancer in its earliest stages can save the lives of the nearly 40,500 people diagnosed annually. But early detection has been difficult.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Talk about surviving by a whisker. The most common type of stroke can be completely prevented in rats by stimulating a single whisker, according to a new study by UC Irvine researchers.
If Abigail Stutzman has anything to say about it, small wind turbines will someday dot backyards across the Midwest.
Imec researchers set major step towards 20nm half pitch interconnects with the realization of electrically functional copper lines embedded into silicon oxide using a spacer-defined double patterning approach.
(PhysOrg.com) -- New research suggests that being a young mother is not a bad thing for a sheep and may mean ewes have more lambs that are just as healthy than those that are older when first bred.
(PhysOrg.com) -- While some biological research may not directly provide cures for major diseases, it can provide the scientific basis for research that might. Work by Kansas State University's Jeroen Roelofs is one such ...
Student researchers at Northeastern University have developed the technology for a helmet that could measure the severity of head injuries suffered by fallen skiers or snowboarders and alert first responders to the significance ...
A whole new world came to life for Alice when she followed the White Rabbit down the hole. There was a grinning cat, a Hookah-smoking caterpillar, a Mad Hatter, and much more. It makes you wonder... what's waiting down the ...