Researchers have developed space mining devices based on bacteria's natural ability to extract useful materials from rocks, and they will soon be tested in space, the University of Edinburgh announced on Friday.
A nationally representative study of gender stereotypes in the United States shows that women are no longer regarded as less competent than men on average.
Recent research in Norway showed that reading from mobile and computer screens has negative impact on one's concentration and patience, public broadcaster NRK reported Friday.
A mattress that can monitor one's heart rate and alert others of emergencies, a mirror that doubles as a digital control center of a home and a wearable sensor capable of telling how focused one's mind is are all made possible by using the Internet of Things (IoT) technology.
Learning new things can make older people's brains 30 years younger in just six weeks, according to a new research from University of California Riverside (UCR).
A study published on Thursday in the journal Current Biology has shown that female mosquitos integrate signals from two sensory systems -- visual and olfactory -- to identify, track and zero in on a potential host for the blood meal.
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