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.
New findings published in the Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology have linked use of the social media site, Facebook, to various depressive symptoms.
Scientists have created a new chip that may one day allow your smartphone to precisely scan and object, and then sends that scan to your 3D printer.
Frustrated magnets are discontented quantum materials and now, scientists have learned a bit more about them.
There may be a new device that could help the blind to see-or at least better sense their surroundings.
It turns out that an oil-dispersal agent that was used to help control the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico may contribute to the damage of cells in lungs.
Scientists have identified a new biosensing platform that could be used to remotely detect and determine treatment options for HIV, E-coli and other bacteria with an app on your smartphone.
Imagine a perfume that smells better the more a person sweats. Scientists may have created just such a thing with a new perfume delivery system.
Robotics and prosthetics are moving forward by leaps and bounds. Now, researchers have created an algorithm that allowed a man to grasp a bottle and other objects with a prosthetic hand, powered only by his thoughts