Whether or not a Streptococcus pneumoniae infection is harmful or benign seems to depend on a random, six-phase switch.
By coating vaccines in a stealth nanogel, researchers have been able to evade the immune system and target macrophages in the lymph nodes.
For the first time, scientists have demonstrated that modified hydrogen bonding is sufficient to switch solid-state electronic properties.
By combining perovskite solar cells with cheap water splitting catalysts, scientists have developed a highly efficient method of producing both oxygen and hydrogen from water.
Researchers have isolated the first compound that can directly act on viral infectious agents, an miRNA found in honeysuckle used in traditional Chinese medicine.
Using whispering gallery mode microcavities, scientists have developed a highly sensitive method of detecting single nanoparticles in real time.
Scientists have found that the protein AIM stops liver cancer in its tracks in mice, suggesting a possible treatment for human patients.
A study in flies has shown that semen from a previous sexual partner can affect the size of the offspring with a subsequent mate.
While scientists haven’t been able to find sterile neutrinos yet, they now have a better idea of where to look for them, thanks to results from Daya Bay.
Scientists have used an antioxidant in green tea to make cancer drug delivery more precise and potent.