The current pandemic has provided an opportunity to observe the resilience of every link in the healthcare chain, and AI has appeared to have given in.
With a lack of motivation and determination, can this switch to online learning be beneficial for students? Three perspectives provide insight into learning during a pandemic.
In this essay, scientists from Spain and Denmark delve into the spectrum of possibilities offered by wearable and implantable healthcare devices and provide new insight into the cyborganic era.
To what extent should storytelling be used in communicating scientific discoveries?
Abstract images for scientific papers are often cluttered with illegible details, sacrificing attractiveness and reducing the value of this visual “hook”.
Understanding the nature and origin of the non-coding genome.
Michal Leskes and Shira Haber assess the capabilities of NMR in analyzing solid-state interfaces.
Peter Brewitt and Chelsea Colwyn discuss the legal and policy issues of non-jurisdictional dams
The burden of caring for Planet Earth is upon our shoulders, and it will take some heavy lifting and concrete solutions to reverse the adverse, long-term effects of climate change.
The 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry is a moment to take stock of the achievements of materials science. Advanced Science News speaks to experts in the field for their thoughts.
Hui-Ming Cheng and colleagues Da-Wei Wang and Quan-Hong Yang clarify the trouble with current metrics used to quantify supercapacitor performance.
Could increasing the world’s whale population help sequester carbon dioxide to fight climate change?