A commentary examines the reasons behind China’s unusually high cesarean delivery rates.
An extensive survey and sampling campaign pinpoints aluminium sulfate coagulants as the cause of sewage corrosion.
The STAMP camera can capture images at four trillion frames a second without the need for repetitive measurements.
Using lasers to cool a nanowire probe makes atomic-force microscopy 20 times more sensitive, scientists say.
Bypassing the spinal cord with an artificial neural connection enables subjects to control their legs by swinging their arms.
By combining two methods, scientists have developed a more sensitive and specific test for invasive aspergillosis.
Professor Michael Gillings of Macquarie University argues that premenstural syndrome could have served to break up infertile couples.
The unexpected finding that EphA3 is highly expressed in the tumor microenvironment could lead to a new treatment for blood malignancies.
Scientists report a rapid and contact-less way to measure the purity of graphene.
Photodynamic therapy, radiotherapy, and chemotherapy have been combined in a single therapeutics and diagnostics platform.