You're loaded into a high-tech space capsule with some of your closest friends.
During pregnancy, the old adage about “eating for two” really isn’t great advice. This is true for humans, but it’s also true for livestock.
For someone with a neurological disorder that impairs their movement, such as stroke or Parkinson’s disease, getting to the doctor’s office for a checkup can be difficult.
A team of neuroscientists and electrical engineers from Germany and Switzerland developed a highly sensitive implant that enables to probe brain physiology with unparalleled spatial and temporal resolution.
A UNB researcher played a leading role in the largest and most comprehensive Canadian study examining links between air pollution and risk of mortality ever conducted.
Cognitive impairment without dementia (CIND), or mild cognitive impairment, is a condition that affects your memory and may put you at risk for Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
Not many research projects involve a kitchen, but that’s what University of Saskatchewan graduate student Yue He has been using to help develop a better egg replacement for making foods such as mayonnaise.
Researchers have discovered a gene that controls the regulation of iron uptake in plants, according to a new study from Dartmouth College.
New research led by the University of East Anglia (UEA) suggests that male migration and poor working conditions for women combine with institutional failure or poverty to hamper women’s ability to adapt to climate variability and change in Asia and Africa.
The national dietary guidelines in Australia, Brazil, Ireland, Japan, Portugal, and Slovenia benefit nutrition, environment and animal welfare, Leiden environmental scientists write in the journal One Earth.
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