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Researchers want to make tracking the flow of a body of water as simple as tracking other phenomena, like weather patterns or the flow of traffic.
Research from Rice University and the University of California at Berkeley may give science and industry a new way to manipulate graphene, the wonder material expected to play a role in advanced electronic, mechanical and thermal applications.
Researchers coax viruses to assemble into synthetics with microstructures and properties akin to those of corneas, teeth and skin.
Frequently captured birds found to be at less risk of injury compared to birds captured once.
Astronomers are now listening to the skies for the existence of ETs using a massive radio telescope in West Virginia to scan for signs of alien life.
With the steep decline in populations of many animal species, scientists have warned that Earth is on the brink of a mass extinction like those that have occurred just five times during the past 540 million years.
Physicists working at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) announced on Wednesday that they had successfully trapped and stored antimatter atoms for the first time ever.
Inhibiting certain brain cells sharpens animal's response to small and quick visual stimuli.
In a feat of reverse-engineering, Christian Braudrick of University of California at Berkeley and three coauthors have successfully built and maintained a scale model of a living meandering gravel-bed river in the lab.
Metallic glass thatâ€™s stronger and lasts longer.