The ongoing quest for an alternative to the Apple iPhone has led to the Samsung Delve.
Breast-cancer rates fell steeply and swiftly among postmenopausal women who quit combination hormones in 2002 after warnings about its potential hazards.
A team of researchers at Keio University has succeeded in improving spinal cord damage in mice by transplanting into them neural stem cells produced with human induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells, they said.
Nearly 70 percent of minority women agree that health-care organizations sometimes deceive or mislead patients, one of the key findings of a Michigan State University study that researchers say can prevent women from getting ...
New computer software that will allow GPs to more accurately assess which patients are most at risk of developing heart disease has been released for clinical use.
Firing bolts of lightning at expensive electrical equipment is all in a day's work at NEETRAC - the National Electric Energy Testing Research and Applications Center. The goal for the lightning research and other testing ...
Software designed by the University of Liverpool which automatically shuts down computer systems after usage, is saving large organisations up to £13,000 in electricity costs each month.
Scientists at UC Santa Barbara have discovered that a protein called BAG2 is important for understanding Alzheimer's disease and may open up new targets for drug discovery. They are ready to move from studying these proteins ...
Researchers at Georgia State University have found that fat cells give feedback to the brain in order to regulate fat burning much the same way a thermostat regulates temperature inside a house.
Instant pictures showing how the sun's energy moves inside plants have been taken for the first time, according to research out tomorrow (Friday 6 February) in Physical Review Letters.