Jonathan Losos, author or "The Cat's Meow," shares an insight that will have cat owners purring in agreement.
Claims of a room-temperature superconductor have gone viral, but others' earlier claims to have achieved this have been debunked.
Some pandemic-related tools get a second life, while investors look at more high-tech solutions.
The next two years could end up being the hottest on record.
Researchers at the University of Rochester created a material that could make superconducting possible at room temperature.
The idea is that they'll be able to pull more carbon dioxide from the air than regular trees.
The airline will invest in startups developing sustainable jet fuels leveraging money from the Inflation Reduction Act.
The pandemic led to an explosion of interest in and funding of biotech. That continues even as many sectors slow and recession fears grow.
The Economist's Vijay Vaitheeswaran says that delegates have discussed issues like reparations and other aid for developing countries.
To boost diversity in clinical trials, NIH takes to the road to collect DNA from underrepresented groups
During the pandemic, the effort suspended in-person recruiting and lost momentum.