First predicted 20 years ago, liquid glass has finally been observed under microscopes.
Dr. Jennifer Doudna, who discovered CRISPR’s gene-editing power, wants the technology to be standard of care for severe genetic diseases.
The discovery is a reminder that science is collaborative and ideally self-correcting, but that nothing can be taken for granted.
Dancers performed as electrons, brain processes, and teaching tools.
The earth’s mantle may house strange liquids that defy the rules of chemistry as we know them.
The pattern has a surprising similarity to the one seen in atom distribution in crystals.
The door is open for making drugs on-site in doctors' offices, or even in space.
On a new episode of the VICELAND show, Hamilton Morris hangs out with a few rogue scientists who use their labs to cook up the psychoactive drug.
I entered a fragile world of UV-sensitive research, nylon clean suits, and beard covers.
For the first time, a reversible nanoparticle array can transition between a window and a mirror.
No more smell test? Sounds good to us.