To curb the rising threat of fungal infections, researchers crafted iron oxide nanoparticles as speedy, effective, and inexpensive antifungal agents.
The interplay between the hormones oxytocin and cortisol in regulating emotion and behavior depends on context and familiarity, new study finds.
High levels of nitric oxide, a signaling chemical in the brain, appear to contribute to the behavioral deficits observed in autism.
Mimicking a part of the inner ear, a specialized hearing device converts vibrations into nerve signals without needing a battery.
A shape-shifting robot can access hard-to-reach locations in the GI tract, and is a step up from conventional endoscopic techniques.
Stone flakes made unintentionally by monkeys may be common and confused with stone artifacts left behind by the earliest humans.
Biosorption could help in the recycling and reuse of rare earth elements.
Stem-cell laden nanostructures prevented cell death while promoting growth and differentiation to help repair the spine following injury.
The genetic variant that causes Gaucher disease may have helped breakdown tuberculosis-causing bacteria in cells through lipid buildup.
The spread of misinformation on social media is often blamed on users, but new findings challenge the misconception that political prejudice and a lack of critical thinking are solely responsible.