‘For the first time in the world, we have successfully fought cancerous tumors by changing the gut microbiome,’ says oncologist.
Combination of city-generated heat and pollution in tropical coastal cities has been found to significantly increase precipitation in those cities.
In a startling sign of the impact that humans are having on our planet, a study published Dec. 9 estimates that 2020 marks the point when human-made materials outweigh the total mass of Earth’s living biomass.
New high-speed amphibious robot can swim, run on top of water and crawl on difficult terrain for agricultural, excavation and search-and-rescue uses.
Breakthrough may help in the treatment of children with hearing loss.
“A cause for real national pride,” says TAU VP for Research
The University of Illinois System and The Hebrew University of Jerusalem are launching four interdisciplinary research teams that will drive innovations and advance collaboration between the universities.
Researchers at Cornell Tech and Technion claim to have uncovered a fresh way to execute a denial-of-service attack (DoS) on a proof-of-work blockchain network.
The new development will enable taking photos of race cars, runners, birds in flight, and dunking basketballs into hoops