A new freeze-dried vaccine formula that looks a lot like green cotton candy has potential for use as a COVID-19 vaccine that wouldn't need refrigeration.
Voice assistants like Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistant answer health questions, but how reliable is the info? New research reveals room to improve.
Never-before-seen electron behavior could help scientists create superwires for supercharged technology.
"Time-crystals are a striking example of a new type of non-equilibrium quantum phase of matter."
New research is "an arrow through the chest" for the theory that humpback whales sing to attract mates. Instead, their song is much closer to sonar.
Jonathan McDowell of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics explains the science and objectives guiding the agency’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test.
Researchers are working to figure out how to judge success in household tasks like washing dishes and cleaning floors for future home robot assistants.
A "healthy" gut microbiome may differ from one gorilla to another. The discovery could help diagnose potential health challenges for gorillas in human care.
A new 130-million-year-old fossil "shakes up the evolutionary tree" of ichthyosaurs, which were ancient animals that look eerily like living swordfish.