Bacterial resistance to antibiotics is an ever-growing problem for healthcare, agriculture and hygiene, thanks to their indiscriminate and often excessive use.
The majority of the US public is in favour of a tax on fossil fuels, provided the money goes into clean energy and infrastructure, according to a new study.
New research by a team from Aarhus, Swansea, and Purdue Universities has enabled recent experiments to make the first measurement of the 1S – 2S atomic state transition in antihydrogen.
An international scientific collaboration has successfully integrated a sub-micron thin, nanophotonic silicon film into a crystalline solar cell for the first time.
Spiders' silk is already tough stuff—just ask your friendly neighbourhood Spiderman.
Despite repeated promises over the past 18 years, the US Office of Nuclear Energy (NE) is unlikely to deliver on its mission to develop and demonstrate an advanced nuclear reactor by the mid-21st century.
The ability of some animals, including chameleons, octopus, and squid, to change their skin colour for camouflage, temperature control, or communication is well known.
A new study into the way bone cells organise during bone formation could open the door to a better understanding of diseases such as osteoporosis.
Governments and schools are not communicating the most effective ways for individuals to reduce their carbon footprints, according to new research.
The Greenland ice sheet is often seen as a pristine environment, but new research has revealed that may not be the case.