Is having asthma making children fat?
Can a smart jacket stop the rampage of pneumonia in Africa?
Teenagers are yet to develop their keen sense of smell thus they could not recognize the certain smell.
Scientists did a loss-of and gain-of-function experiments to understand how skin cells are reprogrammed into stem cells.
A researcher is developing a biometric security system using the mental state of the person as the key for authorization or access.
Fast, cheap and efficient. This best describes the newly developed mobile microscope that can analyze DNA immediately.
Perpetrators of social insider attacks in Facebook are close friends and families of the victim.
Scientists are recommending the use of internet-based data as reliable tools for forecasting disease outbreaks.
Doctors from Ukraine have successful help an infertile couple conceive a baby using a controversial medical technique.
Scientists develop a soft robotic sleeve the mimics how the heart beats.
How strong is human hair?
A team of scientists was inspired by an ancient children's toy to develop an affordable centrifuge to diagnose malaria.
Cattle and cattle sheds play huge roles in the persistence of Malaria in India.
Scientists found an easy way of keeping track of your diet. A urine test that can measure your food intake accurately is beeing developed to be made available for home and personal use.
A team of UC Berkeley scientists reprogrammed embryonic stem cells of mice to exhibit development characteristics of zygotes.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.