As world food needs rise, so does the need for faster, more efficient plant growth. Bypassing an error-prone enzyme is one way to do it.
By Rachel Ehrenberg
Genetically engineered gut bacteria hold promise for safe, targeted therapies
Turbulence regenerates gust strength between turbines, influencing design of arrays that can pull energy from the sky
Engineers aim to build machines that put people at ease. The effort reveals truths about ourselves.
Hagfish repel predators with fast-forming super goop. Scientists are attracted to its potential for biomaterials.
Next-gen microfluidic sensors could improve health monitoring at home and far afield
Robots are getting geared up for a variety of human health and social uses
A summary of “Quantum-Matter Heterostructures” by H. Boschker and J. Mannhart that appears in the 2017 Annual Review of Condensed Matter Physics
From meh to wow: The science of fruit maturation reveals new paths to better flavor