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


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


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


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.


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


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


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.


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


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


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


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