Women with job authority have more depressive symptoms than men in the same position, a new study reported.
Long term shift work is associated with impaired brain power, according to a new study.
Researchers earlier believed that the power of sun comes largely from the fusion of protons into helium, however now that belief is proven.
Since stress is inevitable, learning how to manage and deal with it can be helpful.
A new study found that boys as young as five already associate muscular bodies with power and strength.
It's not education, upbringing or self-control that helps people save money. New research reveals that feeling powerful may promote money-saving habits.
Concentrating solar power (CSP) could supply a large fraction of the power supply in a decarbonized energy system, according to a new study.
Everything including internet has gone from wired to wireless but power. In quest to remove the last remaining wires scientists have been working on developing wireless power transfer technology and have recently achieved a breakthrough.
Scientists have figured out a new approach to make integrated circuits more efficient by using a different class of magnetic materials called "multiferroics." The material would reduce the energy consumed by logic devices and increase the power efficiency for processing by nearly 1,000 times.
The sun is capable of driving reactions to make chemical fuels like hydrogen which can be used to power vehicles and other equipments, according to a new research.
Feeling powerless may make tasks harder to complete, according to a new study.
Scientists have developed a system that converts the sun’s energy into hydrogen fuel that can be stored for later use.
Researchers found that toy advertisements during Christmas time in Spain remain sexist.
Researchers found as obesity increases, men's bones and muscle mass decrease.
Researchers reported that the amount of space people take up reveals a lot about their feelings of strength and power.
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.