A powerful single cell whole genome amplification method known as MALBAC allows for the precise screening of monogenic disorders.
By combining gallium nitrite with graphene, researchers have created transferrable light-emitting diodes, thereby enabling bendable optoelectronics devices.
A study using artificial insemination in guppies shows that omega-3 fatty acids gives sperm a competitive advantage.
People of South Asian descent have a higher risk of heart disease than the rest of the Canadian population, studies suggest.
In-depth interviews with scientists reveal that Indian scientists are more likely to be religious than British ones.
Newly uncovered genetic indicators could help solve the puzzle of malaria, mosquito-borne infectious disease that is endemic in parts of Asia and Africa.
A*STAR’s Institute of Microelectronics and Murata collaborate to advance advanced microelectronics technology.
Scientists have created a comprehensive catalog of the changes in RNA as stem cells commit to different blood cell lineages.
Although the raw materials for perovskite solar cells are cheap, researchers are working on ways to make the manufacturing process affordable as well.
Research on dengue and malaria in Nepal could have implications for other mountainous regions affected by climate change.