The 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics has officially been awarded to Isamu Akasaki of Meijo University in Japan and to Hiroshi Amano of Nagoya University in Japan and to Shuji Nakamura of the University of California.
One scientist has developed a method to enhance crop yield through the contact of roots, aerial parts or even the substratum of a plant fungus.
New findings published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B raise concerns regarding an aggressive treatment with high drug dosages and long durations that stem via the emergence and spread of resistant pathogens on research of nearly 70 studies of antimicrobial resistance.
Recent findings published in the journal PLOS Pathogens takes an in-depth look at how rabies acutely attacks the brain, producing psychosis and violent aggression. The virus, which paralyzes the body's internal organs, is estimated to hit about 55,000 people every year.
Pregnant women who are exposed to bisphenoal A (BPA), a chemical that's commonly found in plastics, are at an increased risk of having children with several mental health problems, including slow development and behavioral issues, according to recent findings published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics
Numerous studies have long-debated that violent media can cause aggressive behavior in children. Now, recent findings published in the journal Psychology of Popular Media Culture reiterate an all too familiar fear.
New findings published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) show that vaccines for adults and teens could potentially eliminate tuberculosis (TB) by 2050. Unlike previous vaccines, researchers are hoping to target older patients instead of infants.
Childhood obesity still remains increasingly common throughout the United States. Fortunately, there is now a subtle way to encourage healthy eating. Simply by providing a little competition, parents can promote healthy dietary habits in their children.
Hospitals are often notoriously known for slow care. Unfortunately, some emergencies may be more serious than others. Particularly for stroke patients, every minute of delay in treatment could be a loss of two million more brain cells. Now, recent findings published in the journal Heart and Stroke F...
Recent findings published in the journal Nature Immunology show that T-cells--a type of white blood cells that are taught to recognize and attack microbial pathogens--can be activated via a pain receptor that help to regulate intestinal regulation found in mice that are manipulated and helped in the...
Curiosity may be the key to learning something new. Scientists have found that the more curious we are about the topic, the easier it is to learn information about it.