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The future of digital memory storage may be in chemically synthesized DNA.
Researchers have discovered a law of physics that accounts for the friction of touch.
Melanie Matchett Wood and Nicholas Carnes to receive highest early-career honor
How would you stabilize this Lego structure to support a brick placed on top?
Scientists are proposing improvements to precision crop irrigation.
The Korean icebreaker Araon, which unexpectedly found itself in an Arctic cyclone.
Lightning bolts break apart nitrogen and oxygen molecules in the atmosphere, scientists have found.
Rows of corn at the Kellogg Biological Station Long-Term Ecological Research site.
A new, automated process will revolutionize the way biologists acquire data from museum specimens.
A new ankle exoskeleton system increased walking speed by about 40%.
Using neural networks, researchers can now simulate universes in a fraction of the time.
A research drilling rig on a hill slope at the field site in Northern California.
A skull of the extinct horned crocodile from Madagascar (Voay robustus).
Healthcare professionals can simply add water to a test tube with freeze-dried vaccine components.
During La Niña, sea surface temperatures in the eastern tropical Pacific drop below average.
Curcusone D, from the root of a shrub native to the Americas, shows promise in combating cancer.
Scientists have revealed links between the migrating Gulf Stream and warming ocean waters.
Women minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering
From left to right, three panels show a river network's evolution over 10 million years.
Scanning electron micrograph of Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria, which cause TB.