Chemical engineers have found a way to load more drug into a tablet, which could then be made smaller and easier to swallow.
Globally, people follow a “visitation law” — an inverse relationship between distance and frequency of visits.
Atomically thin materials are a promising alternative to silicon-based transistors; now researchers can connect them more efficiently to other chip elements.
Study finds Earth’s frozen surfaces became less susceptible to thawing, potentially locking in more carbon than expected.
Developing drugs that prevent this softening might impede tumors’ ability to spread.
Certain ultralight bosons would be expected to put the brakes on black holes, but new results show no such slowdown.
Encapsulating modified bacteria in tough hydrogel spheres prevents them from spreading genes to other microbes.
Climate projections could be off by five years, researchers find.
MIT research team finds machine learning techniques offer big advantages over standard experimental and theoretical approaches.
A new approach to identifying useful formulations could help solve the degradation issue for these promising new lightweight photovoltaics.