Unexpected new findings indicate that cultural influence may have very little to do with your preference for certain smells.
Without independent vaccine manufacturing in Africa, the social and economic costs of the pandemic will only be prolonged.
Nerve cells are difficult to study in cultures as conventional experiments don’t allow natural growth, but a new platform aims to change this.
Triple-negative breast cancer has poor survival and few therapeutic options — but with a new approach, things could change.
Researchers in Shanghai report a potential therapeutic based on Prussian blue to tackle Parkinson’s disease.
To avoid the need for repeated surgery, scientists are developing durable artificial heart valves from regenerated tissue.
A flexible magnetic catheter made from “smart threads” will help make surgeries less invasive, safer, and easier to perform.
New study provides evidence that social media companies have the tools to reduce the impact of vaccine misinformation on their platforms.
By changing the blood type in a set of donor lungs, researchers hope to one day create universal donor organs.
Hybrid microrobots harvest chemical energy from their environment for self-propulsion while releasing reactive species to kill bacteria.