What Your Sweat Reveals About Your Health
Sweating it out through exercise may be a New Year’s resolution but it could also help to provide new insights into the state of your health.
World's Fastest Supercomputer Used To Simulate Light-Matter Interactions
Researchers from Japan have developed a technique that overcomes the limitations of simulating light-matter interactions.
Breakthrough in Plastic Waste Identification and Recycling
We can now tell the difference between a wide range of plastic types and thereby separate them according to their chemical composition, greatly increasing recycling.
AI Studies the Plasma Edge To Make Fusion Energy Possible
Researchers are testing a simplified turbulence theory’s ability to model complex plasma phenomena using a novel machine-learning technique.
VR "Archery" Could Help Blind People Improve Their Orientation
Researchers developed an acoustic virtual reality-based archery game, enabling blind people to experience for the first time this type of technology, which is typically focused on vision.
"Dictionary" Links Rat Brain Activity to Simple Actions
A new study shows that distinct, coordinated activity in large sets of neurons can predict a rat’s future behavior.
Bringing "Dead" Lithium Batteries Back to Life
Scientists may have found a way to revitalize rechargeable lithium batteries, potentially boosting the range of electric vehicles and battery life in next-gen electronic devices.
New Insights Into How the Brain Functions
Advanced computational methods have led to new insights into the intricacies of brain structure and function that may enhance the understanding of this complex organ, both in health and disease.
New Insights Into When Modern Mammals Evolved
A new study has provided the most detailed timeline of mammal evolution to date.
Remote Areas are Not Safe Havens for Biodiversity
An international research team has identified a general macroecological mechanism that calls for a reconsideration of global conservation strategies.