Researchers at Duke University have given lab rats the ability to ‘see’ infrared light, in research published in Nature Communications last week.
The story was reported widely as the rats getting ... Read more
Does any of your medication get washed away through the water system? If so, your medication could lead to aquatic life having a very exhilarating day indeed.
Research from Umeå University, ... Read more
Everyone has heard of the inkjet printer, you probably have one yourself. However, one application of the venerable office supply you haven’t heard of is printing drugs, recently developed at ... Read more
The radius of a proton has generally been considered to be 0.87 femtometers (fm), an incredibly tiny amount. However, a paper published in Science earlier this year suggests this miniscule ... Read more
Inside every cell, tiny biological machines are hard at work, constructing the proteins that will perform vital roles as enzymes, hormones, and a wide variety of other structural and biochemical ... Read more