The US lags behind virtually the entire world in ensuring that workers can take time off while sick.
Articles tagged "research"
Oh, and they're etched with light.
But hey, at least the DNA you were born with is still yours, right?
Getting people access to current research could be a big step towards increasing the science literacy of regular citizens.
Globally, we're now producing and using more data than we ever have before, and that growth isn't slowing down soon.
Twitter likely to turn away from being a platform for social connectivity and into a platform for broadcasting.
A pretty abstract concept for a bird, wouldn't you say?
Though we're just in the preliminary stages of understanding it, it's a fascinating thing to consider.
Intergalactic space—at least in one instance—may not be as empty as we thought.
If we want to stop more species from piling onto the list of thousands that have successfully taken over new homes, we first have to figure out where they're likely to succeed.
Scientists have finally found a better use for a bird's feather than sticking it in your cap.
If we're really to reduce emissions, we need to think about what could be, not just what is.
Quick: What does nü-metal have to do with materials science?
Anthrax outbreaks can be extremely costly for conservationists and wildlife managers.
What was balancing out the record cold in Europe and parts of North America?
Whether it's figuring out what thoughts look like, mapping an entire brain in action, or even testing out neuroenhancing drugs, zebrafish have been involved.
This is why we have so many hybrid moth species.
Work done by computer scientist Dr. Tom Murphy suggests that yes, AI can learn to game.
While they're not robots, the UCSD team has developed so-called "nanosponges," which are capable of flowing about a mouse's bloodstream and absorbing lethal toxins.
"I burned and melted more than a hundred brains."
The fish in question happens to be less than two centimeters long and is almost completely clear.
This is slightly more conclusive than last summer, when CERN said it found a particle that resembles the Higgs Boson but couldn't confirm it was.
The rest of the Great Brain Experiment inevitably makes you wonder what makes smartphone games successful.