Ai Hisano exposes how corporations, the American government, and consumers shaped the colors of what we eat and even the colors of what we consider “natural,” “fresh,” and “wholesome.”
Planetary scientists using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) revealed the secrets of the atmosphere of Titan, the largest moon of Saturn. The team found a chemical footprint in Titan’s atmosphere indicating that cosmic rays…
The University of Tokyo Institute of Industrial Science researchers modeled the role of hydrodynamics in liquid-liquid transitions of a single-component system.
Hypothesis–Experiment Class is, in its simplest terms, a class designed so that students can learn ‘basic, universal scientific rules and concepts’ in an enjoyable way.
A calf was born from an embryo lacking cells which form a large part of the placenta, providing new insight into the regenerative capacity of mammalian embryos.
Recently, a group of researchers from Kumamoto University in Japan set out to assess the proteins involved in meiosis to clarify its development.
Researchers have developed a new procedure for recycling concrete with the addition of discarded wood.
The origin of how the Universe created its voids and filaments can now be studied within seconds after researchers developed an artificial intelligence tool called Dark Emulator.
Researchers at Kumamoto University have developed a new technique to improve the efficiency of rat sperm cryopreservation, a process that is usually extremely difficult.
Researchers have used computational methods and analysis of recent experimental data to demonstrate that water molecules take two distinct structures in the liquid state.
Any kind of body movement both big and small, from the muscles in your arms to the neurons transporting those signals to your brain, rely on a massive collection of proteins we call molecular motors.
Researchers have introduced a method for enhancing the power of existing algorithms to forecast the future of unknown time series.
Findings from a 700,000-year-old fossil bone indicate that a close relative of the most abundant seabird species in the North Atlantic, the modern dovekie, or ‘little auk’, used to thrive in the Pacific Ocean and Japan.
Astronomers have analyzed the paths of two objects heading out of the Solar System forever and determined that they also most likely originated from outside of the Solar System.
Earthquakes are generally thought of as abrupt, violent events that last for only moments. However, movement of the Earth’s tectonic plates is often less sudden and more sustained – slow earthquakes can last for hours, months, or even longer.
Researchers have, using genome-wide genetic data from specimens collected across the western Pacific, elucidated how pearl oyster populations vary genetically and geographically.
Researchers observe a key gene during embryonic development in single live mouse cells for the first time, providing insight about how the precise timing of development is controlled
Researchers have identified a new species of bobtail squid inhabiting Okinawa’s waters – dubbed Euprymna brenneri.
Purkinje cell dendrites filter inputs into the cell, demonstrating a new learning mechanism in the cerebellum
The brain is considered to be one of the most complex systems in existence. And while significant headway has been made to understand it, we tend to generate more questions than answers.