The damage from negative stereotypes is real and long-lasting, and related to the depletion of limited self resources, a new study finds.
A never-before studied fat has potential as a very low calorie veggie oil—and a direct biofuel, say scientists.
People who stand the most risk of contracting a health condition due to risky habits are also the most likely to favor genetic over behavioral health information, finds a new study.
Induced hibernation of yeast and worms through oxygen deprivation sheds lights on rare episodes of humans who recover after apparently freezing to death.
Cotton sheets soaked in a secret chemical have the ability to literally grab and transport oil from water.
Cockroaches make collective decisions about where to eat, shows new research which will affect pest repellent and artificial robots.
A thorn in the side of current fundamental theory of physics, the ability of neutrinos to change electronic flavor has been directly observed for the first time by Italy’s OPERA detector.
Scientists propose that an obscure molecule related to phosphorus was the critical spark in the emergence of life from inanimate matter.
A new study on acoustic memorization reveals a remarkable ability of the brain to recognize patterns in complex sound and noise.
Joblessness prompts discontent with democratic political systems, finds a study intended as a warning to policy makers.
The iridescence of butterfly wings will soon see use as security patches on banknotes. Scientists have unlocked the secrets behind the microscopic structure that makes simultaneous colors possible.
Exotic materials fabricated in a laboratory will be the future of technology that can control a coveted region of the electromagnetic spectrum, suggests new research.
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