Science and engineering: articles for 15.11.2017
Matinas BioPharma Holdings, Inc. today announced its financial results for the quarter ended September 30, 2017 and reviewed its operational progress of its lead anti-infective products in development and expected near-term milestones
Study explains how droplets can “levitate” on liquid surfaces. A drop or two of cold cream in hot coffee can go a long way toward improving one’s morning. But what if the two liquids didn’t mix?
New evidence shows that at least some of the weight gain that plagues modern humans is predetermined.
The creators of a tool to evaluate gender bias in movie scripts offer 800 of their rankings online. See how your favorite films stack up.
The value of products we’ve seen in the recent past influences how much people say they’ll pay for other items, a new study suggests.
Many of California's birds appear to be adapting to climate change by breeding between five and 12 days earlier now than they did 75 to 100 years ago, according to a new study by Berkeley researchers.
On World Diabetes Day, the United Nations health agency has said that women – especially those in low-income countries – are particularly vulnerable to diabetes, a condition that can be prevented or delayed with medication, regular screening and healthier lives.
A new mathematical model zooms in on how influential individuals sway groups to disregard the truth and adopt false positions.
NEC Corporation today announced the global commercialization of a new network server that complies with LoRa (Long Range) WAN, a new wireless communication technology, and LPWA (Low Power Wide Area), which creates wide area networks with low power consumption.