France has passed a law that will require models to provide a medical certificate in order to work.
Researchers have designed a predictive model that provides information for the treatment of 20 percent of human diseases, according to a new study.
Researchers have developed the first animal model for ALS dementia - a form of ALS that also damages the brain. The advance would help researchers see the brains of living mice, under anesthesia, at the microscopic level.
Bioengineers from Tufts University have created a three-dimensional (3-D) model resembling a brain that can function for months in a laboratory setting.
Researchers have developed a computer program that would speed up the process of sifting through the chemical clues left behind by arson.
Researchers have reportedly developed a mathematical model that can predict the blood glucose levels of individuals with type 1 diabetes with more than 90 percent accuracy in half an hour.
Researchers created a model that could estimate when an influenza peak would occur across different cities.
The latest body craze for young American girls is the thigh gap.
Mathematics and history may be closer linked than previously imagined. According to a news release from the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBIoS), researchers have devised a model which explains the evolution of human society from small groups to larger, more complex societies of the modern era.
Scientists report that new genetically modified rats might make research into Alzheimer's disease better due to the similarity between the mutations of these rats and those of patients.
Researchers have now come up with a new model that could better estimate the timing of the final menstrual period, according to a new study.
According to research conducted recently by researchers Michael Inzlicht of the University of Toronto and Brandon Schmeichel of Texas A&M University, the prevailing model of self-control may not be as precise as researchers once thought. They argue that rather than being a limited resource, self-control may actually be more like a motivation- and attention-driven process, reports Medical Xpress.