A new study conducted by researchers at Oregon State University examined how these drivers were always busy fussing with their cell phone, texting or doing anything but focusing on the road.
New findings published in the British journal Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B show us that preponderance of inadequate exposure to natural light during the day and overexposure to artificial light at night can actually mess up our circadian rhythm.
Many parents might like to share stories of their families online via photos, videos or other forms of media. However, new findings by the University of Michigan Health System show that this could actually do some emotional damage to their children. This rather modern trend that researchers are refe...
New findings published in the journal Perception show what may actually be a fundamental bias in the way people prefer to watch their video games. In other words, some like to see their favorite characters go from left to right, in the way that many languages are read.
Scientists have made a liquid metal drop that can actually propel itself through liquid and change shape to fit through any narrow passage.
It's a step forward for material science. Researchers have created a new paint that self-cleans, resisting dirt and grime.
Like it or not, most Americans will wake up to their smart phones tomorrow and see that they missed an hour of sleep. Just so turns out, they actually did. It's daylight saving time.
Nanoparticles may prove helpful in treating lung cancer, according to a recent study published in the journal ACSO Nano.
A certain octopus apparently doesn't like its picture being taken. When a college's digital media producer, Benjamin Savard, tried out his GoPro camera in an octopus's tank, the octopus grabbed the camera and then turned it on Savard before trying to eat the device.
New findings published in JAMA Internal Medicine show that moviegoers watching a tearjerker are more likely to eat between 28 percent and 55 percent more popcorn goodies than other goers watching different genres.
Scientists may have created the violent conditions of Earth's formation in a device called the Z machine. Now, the findings are revealing a bit more about how iron vaporizes and how this iron rain may have affected the formation of the Earth and moon.
It turns out that a humpback whale may help engineers create a new fluid sensor. Borrowing from whales' biological structures, scientists have created a new device using piezoelectric principles to convert mechanical actions into electricity.