Sandia National Laboratories researchers John Shelnutt and Yujiang Song have discovered a better way to see where a drug attaches to a cell through a new process that produces novel hollow platinum nanostructures.
A brand new approach to treating severe nerve pain – by aiming drugs at a previously unrecognized molecular target – has been discovered by University of Utah scientists who study the venoms of deadly, ...
Recent bioarchaeological findings at the ancient Dead Sea settlement of Qumran confirm the existence of a strange communal latrine --located at a remote distance, conforming with extreme hygiene practices described in ancient ...
NASA engineers tried Monday to re-establish contact with the Mars Global Surveyor, which has quit communicating with Earth.
Surveys by Washington researchers indicate there are good reasons middle-aged women in the United States are not as happy as the rest of the population.
A scientist in Baltimore has developed a contact lens that can provide diabetics with a non-invasive way to monitor blood sugar.
A study presented at a Chicago conference has suggested that intense anger could cause death in some heart patients.
A New York doctor said a test developed by Dutch researchers could help prevent rheumatoid arthritis.
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia has been accused by Icelandic company deCODE genetics of basing a major project on stolen information.
A "cutting-edge" psychological program is helping Harvard fellows tap into and cultivate their natural leadership capabilities, the Massachusetts school says.