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.
A new theory explains how the very same microbes exist on every continent, even when suitable hosts are nowhere to be found.
By injecting a new formulation of immunotherapy directly into tumors, scientists eradicated cancer in 97 percent of mice.
While career NFL players aren't necessarily dying younger, they are getting diseases like ALS at much higher rates.
Deep-learning algorithms get a boost from synapse-based hardware that mimics functions in the brain.
New data shows that humans carry antibodies and even T-cells that target the Cas9 protein at the heart of CRISPR gene editing technology.
Scientists hacked a standard inkjet printer to create multicolor images that can be erased and reprinted eight times on the same sheet of paper.
An acoustics expert wanted to see if an exploding egg could produce a big enough bang to damage an eardrum, and why it detonates in the first place.