Researchers have successfully induced a hibernation-like state in non-hibernating rodents, suggesting the possibility of synthetic hibernation for humans.
How should doctors navigate murky ethical territory throughout the COVID-19 pandemic?
Researchers have mapped the immune response of one of Australia’s first COVID-19 patients.
Older individuals in low- and middle-income countries are considered to be the most vulnerable to COVID-19 but have yet to be properly acknowledged in global planning for the disease.
A new route to synthesize plastics not only moves away from fossil fuels but enhances the likelihood of recycling.
A wireless acoustic sensor that can be worn over fur could be especially useful for monitoring the vital stats of working animals such as sniffer dogs.
New evidence suggests that an exoplanet discovered in 2015 has interior conditions that could support the existence of life.
The lifespan of C. elegans, an organism that responds to cellular stress in a similar way to humans, can be extended by activating a mechanism initiated by glial cells in the brain.
AI is growing at a rapid pace and solving complex problems in the process—but what are the risks of such a sophisticated technology?
Hydrogels that incorporate whole algal cells offer new possibilities in building architecture and bioremediation.