Technical testings, researches and certifications
Eating a variety of foods—including both plants and insects—could be an evolutionary benefit, research with bats shows.
Participants in a new study who had bariatric surgery had "half the death rate, which is significant."
When exposed to man-made noise pollution, baby birds and their parents show some of the same symptoms as people with PTSD.
Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) results from head injuries, not concussions, new research suggests.
When Mark Twain famously said “If you don’t like the weather in New England, just wait a few minutes,” he probably didn’t anticipate MIT researchers would apply his remark to their microbial research. But a new study does just that.
Brain imaging shows that 7-month-old infants have already made a basic connection between "self" and "other."
When one item on your to-do list interrupts another before you can finish, this plan can keep you focused.
The new air conditioner consumes 40 percent less electricity than typical models and also makes drinkable water as a byproduct.
Using laser scanner survey technology and photography, researchers from Russia, China and India aim to develop software for creating informative 3D-models of urban infrastructure objects
Air travel mitigation fees will be placed into a fund, which will then be made available annually to the campus to finance university projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Researchers observe, for the first time, topological effects unique to an “open” system.
The planetary system’s dense configuration gives clues to its formation
The rate of suicides by drug intoxication in the United States may be vastly underreported and misclassified, according to a new study co-written by Mark Kaplan, professor of social welfare at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs.
The study, a collaboration between researchers at Yale and in China, monitored 2,157 women who were undergoing their first in-vitro fertilization cycle.
Long-held stereotypes about who is "brilliant" may make women feel uneasy about jumping into certain jobs or college majors.