Understanding how seemingly solid rocks get squished could make mining and construction projects safer.
Rebecca Boyle, Contributor
Food scientists are developing food for astronauts that stays nutritious and fresh for at least three years.
Ongoing studies try to quantify the risks and benefits of contact sports.
New evidence for how childhood infections could trigger ciliac disease.
New measurements could help explain a long-standing scientific puzzle.
Extending daylight hours could help decrease animal-vehicle collisions.
Two new studies find that electronic device use near bedtime is linked with poor sleep in adults and children.
Getting enough shut-eye, say experts, could give athletes that elusive edge in competition.
A new model explains why circadian clocks can be robust yet flexible enough to respond to environmental changes.
A week of extreme overeating sheds light on insulin resistance.
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