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New high-efficiency photocathodes almost 10 times thinner and faster.
Lake 578 in southern Greenland, where the research was conducted
Engineers develop frost-resistant, ice-phobic coatings that don't harm the environment.
Ozone may be heating Earth more than we realize, scientists have found.
A Weddell seal pup (right) with its mother (left) in a breathing hole in Antarctic ice.
Small mammals are more likely than larger animals to be 'hiding' new species.
New technology could relegate biopsies to the history books.
Ocean water contains a treasure trove of RNA viruses, scientists have found.
Researchers find collective motion in crowds is determined by participants' fields of vision.
The amount of helium-3 leaking from Earth's core suggests it formed inside a solar nebula.
A site in Belize was critical to studying the spread of maize as a staple food.
Restored oyster reefs can match natural reef oyster populations.
The team's research area included the northern Tibetan plateau, pictured here.
Synthesized neuroactive agent from the rainforest could yield new psychiatric, neurological drugs.
Data researchers use artificial intelligence to analyze Type 1 diabetes health informatics.
Biomedical engineers create a new organ-on-a-chip to study lymph system diseases, treatments.
The Alan T. Waterman Awardees: Jessica E.Tierney, Daniel B. Larremore, Lara A. Thompson
A perennial grass could mitigate climate change in the Midwest.