A European consortium comprising NPL, ST Microelectronics, the University of Edinburgh, and TU Delft has been involved in the development and application of the Megaframe Imager - an ultrafast camera capable of recording ...
The next time you thrill at the sight of a comet blazing across the night sky, consider this: it's a stolen pleasure. You're enjoying the spectacle at the expense of a distant star.
New agricultural techniques have helped settle conflicts over land use in Arsaal, Lebanon. In doing so, theyve improved soils and increased fruit crops.
A major lead for potential new treatment for people with Parkinson's Disease has been discovered by a team at Cardiff University.
It's a vicious cycle. Child and adolescent victims of sexual assault are anywhere from two to 11 times more likely to be raped or otherwise sexually assaulted as an adult.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Marsupial predators are not the poor cousins of the carnivore world, as has long been thought: new research shows that they have been just as diverse as placental carnivores over time.
The Fuel Cell Nano-Materials Group at the Japanese National Institute for Materials Science has successfully developed two types of novel materials which satisfy all the three requirements for electrolyte: ion conductivity, ...
Will polar bears survive in a warmer world? UCLA life scientists present new evidence that their numbers are likely to dwindle.
When people with schizophrenia sleep, their brain waves show a distinctive pattern that may someday lead to one of the first biological markers for this devastating mental illness.
While most Americans are traveling to family gatherings this week for Thanksgiving, a team of scientists from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., and the Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md., are ...