Scientists are using DNA left in the waste of ocean animals to detect which creatures live in water than can be more than 7,200 feet deep.
A new kind of raspberry-shaped silica particle has a different way to stabilizing emulsions—mixtures such as salad dressing, in which oil and vinegar are whisked together into a uniform texture.
Drill holes left in fossil shells by snails and slugs suggest that even though marine predators have gotten bigger and more powerful over time, they still choose to pick on small prey.
Scientists in the United States still publish more biomedical research discoveries than those in any other country, but scientists from China are catching up, increasing spending on research and development, a new study shows.
Researchers have developed a new kind of semiconductor alloy capable of capturing the near-infrared light located on the edge of the visible light spectrum.