New results show North Atlantic hurricanes have increased in frequency over the last 150 years.
Researchers make the case for a semisolid electrochemical compound as a cost-efficient, grid-scale battery backup for wind and solar power.
Professor Fotini Christia is part of a team examining the challenges of implementing community policing across a range of countries.
A new machine-learning model could enable robots to understand interactions in the world in the way humans do.
New analysis could help identify optimal materials for the crisscrossing struts that bolster bridges, towers, and buildings.
A new study finds the clusters form small, stable droplets and may give the genome a gel-like structure.
A newly discovered “ultrahot Jupiter” has the shortest orbit of any known gas giant.
A new survey underscores how material needs lead to movement within the Americas — at a high cost to those trying to relocate.
The findings could inform the design of new materials such as iridescent windows or waterproof textiles.
A new study finds curious properties of tiny crystals hold clues to earthquake formation.