Michigan State University's Robert Last studies tomatoes. Specifically, he researches their hair, or trichomes.
Water will easily stop a bullet, but it can't stop a ball sinking in a bubble.
An invention by Florida Institute of Technology's Shengyuan Yang was found to naturally narrow the spreading of stem cells and has the potential to induce and regulate their differentiation.
Rice University scientists have developed a method to efficiently modify natural antibodies that can deliver drugs to target cells. Adding a little extra metal is the key.
Every curious person must have observed air bubbles rising through an aquarium tank of water.
Jinying Zhu's emerging technology is on the ball, off the chain and poised to make bridges safe by sound.
One company in perfectionism-obsessed Japan is claiming it has developed a fidget spinner that whirls longer than any rival on the market—12 minutes and counting.
In soccer, the ability to anticipate the arrival of teammates' passes, receive the ball, and quickly and accurately redirect it is essential to executing a game plan. But it can be difficult for individual players to develop ...