Could online discussion forums be good for our overall health and wellness? New findings published in the journal Computers in Human Behavior suggest that there are benefits for both individuals and wider society to this type of social media than previously realized.
New findings published in the journal Computerized Medical Imaging and Graphics show that a new form of technology can help to predict if and when breast cancer will appear.
Scientists have developed a new X-ray imaging technique to visualize and study the reactions in lithium-ion rechargeable batteries containing a new type of material called iron fluoride.
A new, wearable device can turn your thumbnail into a miniature wireless track pad. Scientists have created a new piece of tech that may let users control wireless devices when their hands are full.
Women may be subconsciously comparing their bodies to others when browsing Facebook or looking at models in magazines. A new study published in the journal Psychology of Women Quarterly. reviews how young women oftentimes devote an inordinate amount of time to viewing television, music videos and ot...
There have been some major advances in artificial photosynthesis.
Grapefruit juice is used in a lot of things. Now, researchers have created a new method to create Nootkatone, the compound found within juice, from just sugar.
A painting hanging on a wall may tell one story, but what lies beneath may tell quite another. Scientists have created a new instrument that's capable of capturing subsurface details from artwork at a high resolution.
Could watching movies where alcohol is consumed in them ultimately influence how much you might drink during or afterward?
Imagine having flexible electronics rather than the hard plastic ones of today. This idea may soon become a reality with the help of inkjet-printing technology.
New findings published in the journal of Behavioural Sciences and the Law reveal that an estimated 9 percent of American adults who are gun owners also carry impulsive, aggressive and angry behaviors. A little over 1 percent of them also carry their weapons outside of the home, as well.