4/9/18

Using supercomputers, scientists modeled what happens when two nanoparticles smash into each other in a vacuum.

4/4/18

Kirigami-inspired materials could be useful for bendable display screens, electronic paper, and even thin electronic material that mimics human skin on robots.

3/25/18

Helium "was always considered to be unreactive—the element that doesn't react with anything." Not so, say researchers.

3/25/18

While there may not be a "Pinocchio response" to show someone's lying, non-verbal clues can send us on a search to find out.

3/22/18

Research links having attended at least some college, among other factors, to the likelihood of baby boomers misusing prescription opioids.

3/22/18

Increasing dietary fiber with meals could be a way to increase insulin production in people with type 2 diabetes.

3/21/18

Each month for 15 years, researchers took samples from 192 patients with COPD. What they learned could offer ways to shut down the pathogen that does the most harm.

3/19/18

"Changes in social behavior during adolescence... are not triggered by puberty, so we can't blame the hormones...."

3/18/18

New research also suggests that religion isn't a primary factor adding to the political polarization in the United States.

3/11/18

Expressive writing can bring out positive emotions and help put experiences into context. But it doesn't work the same for everyone.

9/22/16

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