Science & Medicine

February
23,
2024
| 10:59 AM America/New_York
Violence against teachers is likely to be higher in schools that focus on grades and test scores than in schools that emphasize student learning, a new study has found. 
February
19,
2024
| 08:49 AM America/New_York
Until recently, Orthacanthus gracilis could have been considered the “John Smith” of prehistoric shark names, given how common it was.
February
17,
2024
| 16:31 PM America/New_York
Armed with a catalog of hundreds of thousands of DNA and RNA virus species in the world’s oceans, scientists are now zeroing in on the viruses most likely to combat climate change by helping trap carbon dioxide in seawater or, using similar
February
17,
2024
| 13:33 PM America/New_York
Imageomics, a new field of science, has made stunning progress in the past year and is on the verge of major discoveries about life on Earth, according to one of the founders of the discipline.
February
16,
2024
| 13:00 PM America/New_York
 In a new study, researchers have developed a method for capturing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, powered by clean and relatively inexpensive geothermal energy. 
February
15,
2024
| 09:45 AM America/New_York
For many people with dementia and the caregivers helping them live at home, mealtime is no picnic. 
February
13,
2024
| 12:12 PM America/New_York
Researchers have developed the largest-ever dataset of biological images suitable for use by machine learning – and a new vision-based artificial intelligence tool to learn from it.
February
13,
2024
| 07:37 AM America/New_York
A new study examines the circumstances behind who is found at fault when cars hit pedestrians in an urban area.
February
08,
2024
| 14:00 PM America/New_York
People with aphasia have more trouble coming up with words they want to use when they’re prompted by images and words that carry negative emotional meaning, new research suggests.
February
08,
2024
| 09:14 AM America/New_York
Two Ohio State University professors have been elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) Class of 2024 in recognition of sustained excellence in innovation and education.
February
07,
2024
| 10:57 AM America/New_York
After serving decades in prison, Rwandans convicted of crimes of genocide returned to their communities articulating a “narrative of redemption,” saying they were good people, despite their past crimes.