A new science book peers at the exciting secret lives of ingredients
Rosalind Franklin would have been 96 today.
Staphylococcus epidermidis uses a small protein to start and keep its colonies intact.
It's the strongest bio-inspired, waterproof adhesive yet.
Scientific opinion varies on the practicality of animal-free dairy.
A new crowd-sourced effort found 35,000 promising molecules that could make light, flexible solar power materials.
A water slide for worms, the glorious C. instagram, and more
Street names aside, who comes up with crazy non-words like Zyrtec, tenofovir and Xeljanz?
Bone fibers contain an odd couple of gooey protein and crystallized mineral.
The yeast S. cerevisiae is instrumental in brewing ale. But did you know that it's also instrumental in helping scientists better understand cells?
The sweet building block of life
In Taste Buds And Molecules, François Chartier concocts some unexpected pairings
Cell biologists get observational omniscience
Could build better batteries, solar cells
The useful noble gas may provide a breakthrough way to store hydrogen for fuel
A chemical sniffer combined with a scalpel is slated to begin human clinical trials next month
Controversial theorist Aubrey de Grey insists that we are within reach of an engineered cure for aging. Are you prepared to live forever?
Two biographies strive to clear the confusion.