Deep inside a pitch-black cave, researchers made an astonishing discovery: The remains of a cave-lion pelt used to cover a ritual hut built...
Connected healthcare is finally becoming a reality. In fact, it’s estimated that the global healthcare sector will pour about $410 billion into IoT devices, services, and software in 2022, according to a report from the research firm Grand View Research. Show More Summary
In the final weeks of his campaign, Donald Trump has reiterated his call to build a wall between Mexico and the United States. A Pew Research survey shows his supporters are united by, perhaps more than any other issue, anti-immigrant sentiment. To him, like many of his supporters, this wave of...
Not to be outdone, Google today unveiled new research that enables an application to apply an artistic style over a video and then switch to different artistic styles on demand. The work, which involves a type of artificial intelligence known as deep learning, suggests that Google wants to advance the state of the art after […]
(University of California - Los Angeles) Nanoscience research involves molecules 100 times smaller than cancer cells with the potential to profoundly improve the quality of our health and our lives. Now nine prominent nanoscientistsShow More Summary
Donald Trump is voting for Hillary Clinton. No, not Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, or his son Donald Trump Jr., but decorated cancer researcher Dr. Donald L. Trump, who goes by “Skip” and has garnered some media attention in recent months for the many things he doesn’t have in common with the presidential hopeful. Dr. Show More Summary
In 2014, researchers with the US Geological Survey attached a camera to a radio collar on a polar bear. While the footage is pretty shaky, it's an incredible first-hand look at what it's like to be a polar bear. Video courtesy of USGS Follow Tech Insider : On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
(Rice University) Better communication about how educational research can impact public policy may improve educational equity, according to a new paper from Rice University.
If the experts are right, the cyberattack could turn out to be even scarier.
Researchers have created a new drug in the hopes of both preventing and reversing the signs of Alzheimer's disease. According to The Alzheimer's Association, nearly 5 million people in the United States are currently living with the disease. Show More Summary
(University of East Anglia) The value of sanitation at reducing child mortality in many low income countries has been substantially underestimated according to recent research. A study by Professor Paul Hunter from the University of East Anglia and Dr. Show More Summary
Academia is more difficult than ever for young scientists. That’s bad for them, and bad for science
Some have worried that the massive cyberattack that disrupted the Internet on Friday was the work of Russian government-backed hackers, politically motivated hacktivists or sophisticated cybercriminals. But researchers at cyber-intelligence...Show More Summary
Genetic analysis of historical virus samples proves the epidemic arrived by another route.
Researchers from the University of Illinois at Chicago and the University of Chicago have received a three-year, $900,000 Defense Department grant to investigate how the gut microbiome - the trillions of bacteria, viruses and other bugs that make our digestive systems their home - influences breast cancer.
RESEARCH THAT MATTERS: Scientists have recreated an ancient mead from 2,500 years ago. “The result was smooth and pleasant – almost like a dry port, but with a minty, herbal tinge to it. It also packed an alcoholic kick.”
Researchers sift through clues after Schiaparelli crash in hopes of averting mistakes in 2020 mission.
Voting from the coffeeshop or the couch? A recent survey shows Americans would welcome the opportunity to cast a ballot online. Recent research by a software and app developer says … Click to Continue »
Protests over rising tuition fees have stopped classes, closed institutions and slowed research.
A special issue explores how the research enterprise keeps early-career scientists from pursuing the most important work, and what can be done to help.