University of Central Florida researchers have developed a way to control the speed of light. Not only can they speed up a pulse of light and slow it down, they can also make it travel backward.
Anti-thrombotic drugs could be one step closer, according to the researchers
So-called spin lasers may potentially accelerate data transfer in optical fiber cables to a considerable extent, while reducing energy consumption at the same time
Researchers at EPFL have come up with a new middle infrared light source that can detect greenhouse and other gases, as well as molecules in a person's breath.
In order to address this problem, researchers at the Helmholtz Zentrum München and the University of Massachusetts use pseudodynamics, a mathematical model that estimates developmental processes
Partitioning space into cells with optimum geometrical properties is a central challenge in many fields of science and technology.
A new study conducted by researchers at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine revealed that a child’s cognitive development at two years old could already be predicted at birth with 95 percent accuracy.
The convenience of on-demand transport has become a creature comfort of our modern lives, but can easy availability of this transport system change the way we think about medical care systems?
The 21st century has gotten off to a roaring start, with exciting new digital technologies emerging every day to further connect us with one another.
The digital era has been defined by radical disruption that’s upended our daily lives, our political systems, and our economic means of production.
Electrospinning uses electric fields to manipulate nanoscale and microscale fibers. The technique is well-developed but time-intensive and costly. A team from Michigan Technological University came up with a new way to create customizable nanofibers for growing cell cultures that cuts out time spent...
It was recently reported that the number of Ebola cases in the Democratic Republic of Congo has surpassed 1,000, making it the second-worst outbreak in history after the 2014 outbreak in West Africa in which 29,000 people were infected and more than 11,000 died. This latest milestone is a stark remi...