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An instrument fitted to the space agency's Perseverance rover has converted carbon dioxide from the planet's atmosphere into oxygen for the first time.
A new model to predict the exposure risk of COVID-19 has been developed by professors at MIT. The model takes into account risk factors like ventilation.
William James originally proposed four basic emotions (fear, grief, love, and rage) which still form a considerable foundation for current frameworks.
Coral-eating predators are thought of as being damaging to the reef, but a new study shows that reefs depend on their predator's waste product to survive.
Marta Moreno Ibáñez from Quebec University explains how scientists are improving the accuracy of forecasting polar lows - short-lived, but intense storms.
Scientists are trying to redefine the second more precisely to help study the Earth’s crusts, gravitational waves and magnetic fields more accurately.
Neurotech innovators often conflate neuroethics with legal compliance.
But research shows that neuroethical design can be a powerful problem solving tool.
What's the role of expertise in democracies and how should science inform political decisions?
Scientists from China's Zhejiang University have designed a fish-like robot with a flexible, soft body to explore the deep ocean and the Mariana Trench.
High-resolution 'X-ray' dentistry technology allowed researchers to view the different layers of the historical letters without damaging or opening them.
NASA's $2.7 billion Perseverance rover has become the latest to touch down safely on the red planet, but is only the third most expensive Mars mission.
NASA have unveiled the first video of its Mars rover, Perseverance, landing on the surface of the red planet, as well as audio of a light gust of wind.
Lockdowns significantly reduced human activity and its impact on the Earth's crust, with ambient noise dropping by 50% to the lowest levels ever recorded.
Scientific evidence based on the Eurasian reed warbler may further explain birds' abilities to navigate home from locations they have never been to before.
To mark UN International Day of Women and Girls in Science, here are some of the women making a big impact in the fight against coronavirus around the globe.