Long-term and global datasets of Paleolithic archaeologists are relevant for present climate action, and new interdisciplinary alliances are needed to exploit them.
The 2020 Journal Citation Reports have been released, and the 2019 impact factors for select Wiley journals are now available.
There is a tremendous sense of joy and elation when a chemist discovers a new molecule, but if we dehumanize the art of science what is left?
A new and simple working principle for liquid manipulation and a complete exploration of the opportunities of a multipurpose platform guided by physical intelligence.
Researchers explore an alternative, green supercapacitor concept that relies on seawater and carbon fibers derived from waste cotton.
A recent study finds that up to 31% of plastic exported for recycling is not recycled at all.
Researchers explore challenges and opportunities in the development of new green solvents for polymer chemistry.
RNA plays a fundamental role in our health and biology, and advancements in imaging techniques are expanding our understanding of its life cycle.
Using the principles of quantum mechanics, scientists unlock incredible computing powers, data storage, transmission, and encryption, one experiment at a time.
Effective management strategies are needed for preventing sediment from entering waterways such as Chesapeake Bay.
Addressing the negative environmental impacts caused by fossil fuels and conventional refrigerants requires alternative and sustainable cooling solutions.
Developing a battery-free electronic sensor to monitor the forest.
A new soft microrobot harnesses electromagnetic and thermal energy at the nanoscale to self-assemble from colloidal nanomachines.
Champions come in all shapes and sizes, with different styles of leadership and ways of influencing others to drive positive change.
Unlocking the secrets of the skin could also help your overall health.
Plate tectonics are important for habitability, and it appears that the optimum conditions existed for planets forming early in the galaxy’s lifespan … and may be unlikely to easily recur.
Scientists create a lightweight wood with incorporated magnetic nanoparticles for electromagnetic interference shielding.
Endometriosis is a chronic, painful condition that affects millions of women worldwide. Now, a new nanoplatform offers hope for early diagnosis and effective ablation of endometriosis.
Researchers at the Robert Koch Institute date the origin of the measles virus to the sixth century BCE.
Direct‐write and 3D printing using liquids metals provides an interesting alternative for wiring in circuitry.
This month in pictures
There is art in science and science in art — here we’ve put together some of the most inspiring science images published in our journals this month.
Imaging a broken heart
A century on from his groundbreaking paper on polymerization, Advanced Science News takes a look at the life and work of Nobel Laureate, Hermann Staudinger.
This edition of Pioneers in Science celebrates physicist Wilhelm Röntgen, winner of the 1901 Nobel Prize in Physics for his discovery of “a new kind of ray”.