Putting a modern spin on old tech, scientists create a mechanical computer from metamaterials for situations where electronic computers break down.
Incorporating polymer skeletons inside bacteria stops them from replicating and results in cyborg cells that are half living, half artificial.
From pasteurization to the first manufactured vaccines, Louis Pasteur made breakthrough discoveries in disease prevention and public health.
It is generally accepted that a community of beneficial bacteria make up the lung microbiome, but their origin and formation have remained unclear — until now.
After decades of experimentation, US scientists achieve ignition in a controlled fusion experiment for the first time.
Scientists are turning to C. elegans for biobot designs, guiding their movement through reconfigurable microtopographies.
New observations of WASP-39b with the JWST has provided the clearest, most detailed picture of an exoplanet to date.
Red blood cells grown in a laboratory have now been transfused into another person in a world first clinical trial.
In patients with spinal cord injury, an implanted neurotransmitter restored their ability to walk, but underlying reasons were unexpected.
To bring down the cost of a conventional reaction, researchers are turning to green chemistry and wine to provide the right conditions.