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Breakthrough in quantum materials research

The advance will allow researchers to transform everyday materials into conductors.

A new molecular mechanism found for stimulating hair growth

Findings may offer road map for next generation of therapies for androgenetic alopecia.

UC irvine researchers have developed long-lasting, cobalt-free lithium-ion batteries

Manufacturers are encouraged to move away from toxic metals.

Scientific first: Physicists detected neutrinos created by a particle collider

Discovery promises to help physicists understand the nature of the universe’s most abundant particle.

Adult brain has the potential to recover from inherited blindness partially

Eye-opening discovery about adult brain’s ability to recover vision.

Scientists discovered a signaling molecule that potently stimulates hair growth

The study may offer therapeutic treatment for androgenetic alopecia.

Turning Hydrogen Molecule into a quantum sensor

Technique for precise measurement of electrostatic properties of materials

Signs of neutrinos detected for the first time at LHC

Scientific first at CERN facility a preview of upcoming 3-year research campaign.

Shark intestines function like Nikola Tesla’s valve

It's time to use modern technology to look at these really amazing spiral intestines of sharks.

Low levels of a sugar metabolite associated with progressive disability and neurodegeneration in multiple sclerosis

GlcNAc is reduced in the serum of progressive MS patients and those with worse clinical disability and neurodegeneration.

The Monkeyface Prickleback fish could be the new white meat

Recently, scientists from the University of California, Irvine, studied the genome of a fish called Cebidichthys violaceus, also known as monkeyface prickleback. Scientists found...

Mystery in the world’s most expensive painting has been solved

A virtual version of da Vinci’s mystery glass orb has helped explain its weirdness.

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