Scientists from SAND Lab built a tool called Glaze that protects artists from the absorption of their style into generative AI models.
Limb and organ regeneration is a long coveted technology in medical science.
Scientists are tracking neurotoxic methylmercury production in North America’s largest peatland.
Modern gender norms and biases in Europe have deep historical roots dating back to the Middle Ages and beyond, research finds.
Technical “tour de force” allows researchers to trace the family tree of crucial brain cells.
Could an enzyme responsible for breaking down and eliminating booze from our bodies also be able to help us lead longer, healthier lives?
Finding could advance our understanding of how human olfactory proteins recognize specific scents, including the pong of ripe cheese.
“Marine pollution is provoking a paradigm shift for concepts of rock and sedimentary deposit formations.”
Cowless dairy is here, with the potential to shake up the future of animal dairy and plant-based milks
In a historic achievement, researchers have created a superconducting material at both a temperature and pressure low enough for practical applications.
Chemists improve electrolyzers to withstand saltwater corrosion.
TCE is present in some household products, including cleaning wipes, aerosol cleaning products, tool cleaners, paint removers, spray adhesives, carpet cleaners, and spot removers.
Eruption spotted in 30-year-old data from Magellan mission
Giving stressed mice matcha tea activated the parts of the brain that produce dopamine, a mood-enhancing substance that is lacking in people with depression.
An estimated 190 million of women around the world suffer from endometriosis, yet the debilitating condition has no cure.
While there are now countless antidepressant medications on the market, patients tend to respond to each of them differently and some also cause undesirable side effects.
Creating synthetic proteins is a promising avenue of study, but could we take shortcuts on nature’s blueprint and make more efficient versions?
New report recommends the United Nations Global Plastics Treaty significantly reduce plastic use through aggressive bans and caps, and closer examination of toxic ingredients.
Bisphenol S (BPS), a hormone disrupting chemical, migrates from labels on packaging materials into food, a new study from Canada finds.
Avoid most pesticides by choosing to eat organic versions of the most contaminated crops, said Alexis Temkin, a toxicologist at the nonprofit Environmental Working Group.