Amid continuing sexual harassment and assault allegations in entertainment, media, and politics, a survey from the Pew Research Center shows half of all women working in STEM industries reported experiencing workplace discrimination.
A genetically modified tuber with high amounts of vitamins A and E could potentially help to nourish the world — but will it ever make it to market?
The protein — GDF15 — caused mice, rats, and macaque monkeys to consume less food and lose weight, as well as lower cholesterol and insulin levels in the blood.
Two new studies are giving a boost to research that demonstrates how certain mental training routines promote structural changes to the brain.
Until now, this has been a computational challenge of “extraordinary difficulty,” with obstacles posed by varied facial poses, expressions, and lighting.
People in China are dying three years early because of airborne particulates, which are also impacting the health of people around the world.
The race, which is meant to promote molecular machines and nanotechnology, will be livecast over the web on April 28 beginning at 10:45 am Paris time.
Flow Machines has been developing an AI program that can compose professional-quality pop music, and will release a full album before the end of the year.