A professor at Baylor College of Medicine (B.C.M.) has received the Pearl Meister Greengard Prize for her pioneering work as a neuroscientist.
How a soccer video game finally got air resistance right
What shape has a constant width, no matter how its oriented? While most of you would say a circle (and youd be right), thats not the only answer.
The finding lays the groundwork for researchers to study a neuronal network involved in human perseverance
The future of tomorrow’s global economy relies on the education of children today and the technology they will be able to produce, which is why the New York Academy of Sciences (NYAS) and Cisco established a partnership earlier this year to encourage children to take on professions in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, also known [...]
For the past 6 years, Science magazine and its publisher, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, have challenged researchers to explain their doctoral research through interpretive dance.
You may think you know what a “drone” is. But the word “clearly means a lot of things to a lot of different people,” according to Dean Jansen, co-director of the Drones and Aerial Robotics Conference (DARC), which took place in October.
Kate wanted to die. She remembers the moment the psychiatrist said “the antidepressant isn’t going to work right away. Can you promise to be here next week and not kill yourself?” “I told her no,” Kate says.
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter was at Pfizer Headquarters in Manhattan on November 5th to honor the 15th anniversary of the International Trachoma Initiative (ITI), a non-for-profit program dedicated to eliminating the eye disease as a public health concern by 2020.
A company specializing in aerial filmography using radio-controlled planes wants to force the agency’s hand on fines constraining for-profit drone use
A global alliance aimed at educating and empowering youth to become the next generation to enter the information and communication technologies (ICT) workforce was announced today in Barcelona, Spain, at Cisco’s Internet of Things World Forum..
The types of books we read may affect how we relate to others
Strange ball behavior in earlier versions of the game has been traced to an error in the way air resistance was calculated
Most researchers have suspected MS is a disease of the brain’s white matter. A new study suggests the debilitating disorder originates in gray matter, and raises hopes for faster diagnoses
A study suggests some types of abnormal behavior have a physiological source, and may offer a new approach to treatment