By cooling antimatter to absolute zero, physicists may finally be able to answer questions that could fundamentally alter our understanding of the universe.
Modern biology considers bone cells essential for bone development and health. However, when bone initially evolved some 400-million years ago, these were missing. So why did bone cells evolve?
New findings shed light on mechanisms controlling the most basic processes of life.
A re-usable sponge can capture and recover crude oil droplets from cold water to generate clean water in a fragile ecosystem.
The flies may be tiny, but they can teach us the greatest of lessons in cancer biology and beyond.
Planets that contain subsurface oceans could be a potential treasure trove of life, expanding the number of habitable planets in the galaxy.
New evidence suggests a hidden “intelligence” of a life-sustaining pathway.
Leopards, it would seem, are the kings of flexibility and adaptability in the big cat kingdom — lazy human aphorisms be damned.
Synthesis of a rare metal complex of nitrous oxide opens new vistas for the degradation of a potent greenhouse gas.
The Perseverance rover will explore the Martian Jezero Crater and collect the first rock samples from the Red Planet.