Research in Action
These Research in Action articles were provided to LiveScience in partnership with the National Science Foundation.
The research-sized kiln promises to further research in the new thermal modification technology.
This software works with a scanner to help diagnose and manage various medical conditions, including diabetes.
Scientists at NYU make progress on long-term freezing of biological materials with this finding.
Science lessons from across the country combined with hands-on experiences intrigue students.
Fish thrive in the Velella Project Beta-trial testing a drifting fish pen concept.
Future manufacturing could be revolutionized.
By studying how planarians re-form scientists may move one step closer to replacing human tissue and cells.
The foram hold millions of years of ocean and climate data, keys to the development of our oceans today.
Landslides from the 2010 earthquake are helping to reveal Haiti's past.
Mass production of these 'nanoresonators' may make dropped calls and slow downloads history.
Physicists at Caltech helped to develop the first machine able to weigh a single molecule.
A research team at The University of Texas at Austin explores 3D renderings of how planets form.
A decade of research leads to a deeper understanding of how genes interact.
High school students from several states traveled across the world to study with a team of international researchers.
Several students from across the United States traveled to Greenland in the research experience of a lifetime with Joint Science Education Progran (JSEP).