Articles By Anusuya Das
A new study reveals promising data on the effects of soy protein in reducing the progression of clogged arteries in postmenopausal women.
Scientists have developed porous crystals – known as metal-organic frameworks – made from sugar, salt, and alcohol that can efficiently detect, capture, and store carbon dioxide.
An international study has shown that common genetic loci contribute to a person’s risk of suffering from two mental illnesses: schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
An Australian-designed asthma management program has the potential to halve asthma attacks in pregnant women, the most common chronic medical disorder experienced by this group.
A*STAR scientists have used antibodies to target proteins within the cancer cell which were previously thought to be inaccessible.
Researchers have discovered a genetic mechanism that may explain why the children of older fathers are more likely to develop schizophrenia or autism.
Researchers have established a significant link between type 2 diabetes and a two-fold risk of bowel cancer in men, after an 11-year study that involved almost 1,300 people.
Scientists studying the past 40 years of transmissions of cholera have found that the Bay of Bengal in India acts as a reservoir for cholera, where it can thrive and spread.
The universe forms fewer stars than it used to, and a CSIRO study has now shown why – the galaxies are running out of gas.
The publication of the first kangaroo genome sequence is a cause to cheer in Australia, where it is a national icon, appearing on the country’s coat of arms, currency, and national airline symbol.