'looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek.' * * * What also isn't as much fun is when people push themselves too far.
What do these three headlines, and many others like them, have in common? They were stories about studies conducted on mice. Now, there's nothing particularly unusual about research that's conducted on mice and not on humans.
False confessions are surprisingly common. That's in part because standard interrogation techniques place suspects under psychological stresses from which a confession can seem like the only escape.
Porous graphene sheets have excellent filtration capabilities and are able to block most ions, but their fragility limits their scale-up beyond laboratory demonstrations. Yang et al.
Right now, some scientist, somewhere, is almost certainly toiling over a ' by'attempting to fit months' or perhaps even years' worth of research onto a single ' albeit large ' sheet of paper.
This false-color photo taken by Landsat-8 on 26 July'2018'captured the rapid development of a 'snow swamp' at Kluane National Park in Canada's Yukon territory.
In 1961'the year before he became the anchorman for CBS News'Walter Cronkite visited ' , an unusual military compound on the Greenland ice sheet.
Each of the artists in this exhibit used their own methods to make the invisible visible, bring home how much we don't know about the world we live in, and make complex science accessible.
In 2018, psychology PhD student William McAuliffe ' in the prestigious journal Nature Human Behavior.
The ' who work for the University of California generate ' of all the academic research papers published in the United States.
Russia's beleaguered space science program is hoping for a rare triumph this month. Spektr-RG, an x-ray satellite to be launched on 21 June from Kazakhstan, aims to map all of the estimated 100,
P ' ADUCAH, KY ' Local 6's meteorologist Jason Lindsey is taking his weather maps and other science tools to schools across the area throughout June and July.
The State Department's Bureau of Intelligence and Research declined to make changes to the proposed testimony and the analyst, Rod Schoonover, an adjunct professor at Georgetown University,
In the June 8 SN: Measles roars back, collapsars spin gold, a new kind of dementia, the Southern Ocean's secrets, Denisovans lived on top of the world, and more.
Like us, fish need oxygen to survive. But to breathe, most pull oxygen-containing water into their mouths and pump it through their gill chambers before expelling it out of their gill slits.
If papers published in the past 6 months are right, a single number is enough to show whether people are likely to suffer a premature heart attack, land first authorship on published papers, become dependent on alcohol,