(PhysOrg.com) -- Researchers at the University of Leeds and Durham University have solved a long-standing problem that could revolutionize the way new plastics are developed.
Mathematical models are used to predict just about everything from traffic and weather to plant metabolism and industrial biotechnology.
Scientists have produced a previously unseen uranium molecule, in a development that could help improve clean-up processes for nuclear waste.
Ground-breaking research by an international team of scientists will help to make one of the most versatile of bacteria even more useful to society and the environment.
(PhysOrg.com) -- New research provides the first mathematical understanding of the shape of a ponytail and could have implications for the textile industry, computer animation and personal care products.
The Internet has had an obviously revolutionary effect on the way people find and disseminate information; but it's had no less revolutionary an effect on the organization of the telecommunications industry. Where the industry ...
The aircraft industry is worth billions. But it's not just jets driving the dollars up—it's the complicated electronics that help them fly.
Environmental scientists are using a new mathematical model to ensure that feral pests are well and truly beaten.
The demand for even faster, more effective, and also energy-saving computer clusters is growing in every sector. The new asynchronous programming model GPI from Fraunhofer ITWM might become a key building block towards realizing ...
What happens if you slowly evaporate a droplet containing dissolved particles? The question sounds simple, but it involves a surprising amount of basic physics and mathematics. Hanneke Gelderblom of the University of Twente ...