What happens in the brain when we see someone in a posture we cannot imitate?
Theoretical models suggest ways for optimizing artificial photosynthesis to turn light into energy the way plants do
For over 150 years, scientists have known that fires can be extinguished with sound waves, but they still don't know how
Proponents fire back after a report questions glaucoma screening
Chocolate Is Poisonous to Dogs
Cheating the standard protein tests is easy, but industry hesitates on alternatives
Progress in cell transplants to heal damaged retinas
Chocolate can affect canines in different ways—from the mildly upsetting to the downright dangerous
The next time you want protection from a blowtorch--or space dust--consider an aerogel
A protein in brain cells helps keep appetites alive during fasting and plays a role in a complex molecular mechanism that may be involved in diabetes and obesity
New evidence shows that comets were not alone, as previously believed, when they formed
Meteorite that fell in Canada's Tagish Lake contains organic compounds from a time before planets formed
Fires may boost the reflectivity of the ground, thereby counteracting the warming from the fire's release of greenhouse gases.