Team enlarges brain samples, making them easier to image
Beginning with the invention of the first microscope in the late 1500s, scientists have been trying to peer into preserved cells and tissues with ever-greater magnification. The latest generation of so-called ...
Extremely stretchable hydrogels may be used in artificial muscles
Scientists manipulate molecules inside living cells with temperature gradients
Machine learning algorithm makes impossible screening of advanced materials possible
Chemical passwords could lead to unbreakable molecular lock
Chemists one step closer to new generation of electric car battery
An ultra-thin nanomaterial is at the heart of a major breakthrough by Waterloo scientists who are in a global race to invent a cheaper, lighter and more powerful rechargeable battery for electric vehicles.
Perovskite solar cells become even more promising with cheaper materials
Four-color theorem linked to crystal's magnetic properties
Two Americans, one German win Chemistry Nobel for giving microscope sharper vision
Solar thermal process produces cement with no carbon dioxide emissions
Damaged DNA amplified
For the first time, researchers have succeeded in amplifying genes altered by activities such as smoking—with changes that can lead to lung cancer. As the amplified genes retain the altered information, ...
Researchers unravel the elusive source of sulfur in an antibiotic
The origins of handedness in life
Crush those clinkers while they're hot
Making cement is a centuries-old art that has yet to be perfected, according to researchers at Rice University who believe it can be still more efficient.