Atomic force microscopy can provide highly detailed information on chemical systems, giving us important new insights into how chemical reactions occur.
How could a tornado be responsible for an outbreak of a rare flesh-eating fungal infection?
Slime mold may not have a nervous system – but it is the first single-cell organism to show an ability to learn, demonstrating a simple type of learning called habituation.
In January the UK Royal Society for Public Health proposed a new labelling system that would show images with information on how much exercise you would need to burn off the calories contained within food products.
Touching a robot’s bottom triggers an unconscious emotional reaction – suggesting we respond to humanoid robots as if they are people, not computers.
Study of alien planet reveals rare three star solar system.
Soft robots now have a new stretchy, luminescent skin – inspired by octopuses and squids that change their skin’s texture and colour to camouflage with their environments
The elephant that pushed through the front door: Michaela Mrschtik explores how cancer cells can do the unimaginable and pass through holes smaller than themselves.