Scientists develop a robust experiment that shows human brain waves respond to changes in Earth-strength magnetic fields.
A new research program on free will teams up neuroscientists and philosophers
A researcher interacts with Kunxun, a dog cloned from a police dog, in Beijing, China February 22, 2019.
‘We have artificially created a state that evolves in a direction opposite to that of the thermodynamic arrow of time,’ researcher says
An experiment tested a foundational principle of physics known as Lorentz symmetry
A trio of researchers at Columbia University has found more evidence showing that sound waves carry mass. In their paper published in the journal Physical Review Letters, Angelo Esposito, Rafael Krichevsky and Alberto Nicolis describe using effective field theory techniques to confirm the results found by a team last year attempting to measure mass carried by sound waves.
Scientists in Japan have “awakened” 28,000-year-old cells from a woolly mammoth that lived on our planet years ago, and their observations could provide a better understanding of extinct animals’ lives.
For the first time, nanoelectronics have been cooled to below a thousandth of a kelvin
Human tissues experience a variety of mechanical stimuli that can affect their ability to carry out their physiological functions, such as protecting organs from injury. The controlled application of such stimuli to living tissues in vivo and in vitro has now proven instrumental to studying the conditions that lead to disease.