Researchers at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute have discovered a protein known as Trib1, which plays a vital role in controlling how and when other proteins are degraded. This is essential for managing protein cell levels that may help to one day develop new drugs that treat certain cancers, inc...
Virtual reality is spreading out into everything from video games to high-tech equipment used in space. Now, though, VR is possibly getting one of its biggest pushes yet in the form of Pokemon Go.
Researchers may have overcome a crucial hurdle in quantum computing. They've demonstrated a two-qubit logic gate, which is the central building block of a quantum computer.
Scientists may be turning trees into energy storage devices.
The 3D billboard that was present in the movie, "Back to the Future Part II," may actually exist in a few short years.
Tiny, photosynthetic power cells may be the green energy source of the future. A novel micro-technology can capture the electrical power generated by the photosynthesis and respiration of blue-green algae.
Through the fermentaion of whisky, biofuel can be produced using the residue from the whisky industry, according to a recent study.
We all love our cell phones, but too much time in front of an artificially lit screen can be detrimental to our eyes and our attention spans.
Marine Scientists find that unsustainable harvesting of large predatory fish, along with the culling of sharks, can have far-reaching consequences for the way climate change is being handled.
Researchers may have created a material that can actually heal itself. Scientists have developed a flexible polymeric material that's capable of self-repairing.
Imagine machines that can learn more flexibly over time. Scientists have created a new way of doing machine learning that enables semantically related concepts to reinforce each other.