Is that meat still good? Are you sure? Researchers from McMaster University have developed a test to bring certainty to the delicate but critical question of whether meat and other foods are safe to eat or need to be thrown out.
At a time when social network privacy — or the lack of it — is headline news, two Stanford researchers have some sobering findings about how personal data is becoming increasingly difficult to hide if we have any public presence online.
A research team led by the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) scientists and engineers has developed a method to make new kinds of artificial ‘superlattices’ — materials comprised of alternating layers of ultra-thin ‘two-dimensional’ sheets, which are only one or a few atoms thick.
A recent study conducted by Australia’s Southern Cross University, which involved the participation of two Scripps Institute of Oceanography scientists, found that within the next 30 years, sediments that serve as the backbone for coral reef systems will erode due to the increased ocean acidity.
The indictment of 13 Russians in the operation of a ‘troll farm’ that spread false information related to the 2016 US presidential election has renewed the spotlight on the power of ‘fake news’ to influence public opinion.
Harvard researchers have developed a flat, electronically controlled artificial eye that can simultaneously controls for three of the major contributors to blurry images: Focus, astigmatism, and image shift.
Aussie researchers said on Monday that they have developed the first virtual platform of its kind for storing 3D copies of human cancer tissues, providing what they say is a novel way for accessing information to help treat the disease.