How cities will grow in the future depends on fundamental laws, which have been uncovered by EPFL researchers
When you think of bone grafting, you probably don't think of sea coral. Yet scientists have now discovered a way to refine the materials' properties that may make it more compatible with natural bone.
Will you have a happy marriage, or will it end in disaster? It turns out that although newlyweds may not be completely aware of it, they may know whether their march down the aisle will result in wedded bliss or divorce.
As baby boomers age, the incidence of cancer is increasing. In fact, it's estimated to increase by 67 percent between 2010 and 2030. This, in turn, has brought attention to the nation's response for cancer care.
Orthopaedic surgeons who are experts in their fields may also sustain injuries and unfortunately there is very little resource available for injured surgeons, according to a latest study.
Studying how genes influence cognitive abilities and behavior as the brain develops from childhood to adulthood has been difficult thus far. Now, scientists have managed to make inroads when it comes to understanding how genes influence brain structure and cognitive abilities and how neural circuits...
A latest study offers an even more exciting reason to consume a heart healthy Mediterranean diet as it suggests intake of one large mean is more benefiting that consuming several smaller portions of meals throughout the day.
Acne is one of the common skin problems that is faced by many people, but it greatly affects the teens. If acne is still a problem for you, a team of scientists have discovered the most unlikely treatment-marine algae.
The publisher of a controversial and much-criticized study suggesting genetically modified corn caused tumors in rats has withdrawn the paper after a yearlong investigation found it did not meet scientific standards.
A recent study looks at how some scientists have used human bacteria to make cheese.
A recent study by researchers from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and the University of Texas at Austin, discovered that men have different regrets when it comes to one-night stands, affairs and other sexual relationships.