By eliminating hops, brewers can make a more sustainable product. But are consumers ready for bioengineered beer?
New images prove that the Yellowstone hotspot is powered by superheated magma rising up from Earth’s core.
A new type of hybrid solar cell can charge even on drizzly days, collecting spare electrons from falling raindrops.
Injections of a single compound preserved hearing in mice and rats exposed to chemotherapy and noise.
Scientists replaced faulty rods and cones in blind mice with artificial photocells and restored nearly full-color vision.
In the ethically charged research field of creating human-animal chimeras, scientists successfully reached a 1-to10,000 ratio of human to sheep cells in an embryo.
Geneticist Rick Kittles probes African-American genetic ancestry for data that could help resolve health disparities in communities of color.
Engineers prove that laser-induced graphene can be etched into everyday materials like cardboard, cotton fabric, potatoes, and sliced bread.
When their home team wins gold, distracted investors cause market activity to slump, data shows.
Researchers have identified similarities in the brains of people who suffered from autism, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depressive disorder, and alcohol abuse disorder.