Around 169 million gallons of human waste flow into Guanabara Bay—the water-sport venue where Olympic athletes will be competing—every day.
This could be a big deal for robotics.
In the largest study of its kind, researchers have found new evidence that strengthens the tie between brain trauma and Parkinson's disease.
The fungus can penetrate Aedes aegypti larvae when suspended in water.
The bleaching streak is unprecedented.
Hint: All those extra particles in the air aren't helping.
The enteric nervous system of the gut is largely a mystery, so a group of researchers devised a way to see directly into the stomachs of lab mice.
Women are still routinely left out of sports medicine research because they menstruate, argue a group of scientists.
It's a vicious cycle: As the weather warms, the Earth's permafrost is melting, releasing greenhouse gases that are going to make the planet even hotter.
"The world is going to have to continue using fossil fuels, whether they like it or not," said the energy giant's CEO.
Metals in air pollution have been linked to damage in children's lungs.
The nuts had pushed the bars over the legal fat limit for the term "healthy" to apply, but the company CEO says those regulations are outdated.
Nine of the new planets are considered to be within the "habitable zone."
Study shows black teachers have significantly more positive view of black students than white teachers do.
The popular painkiller, the main ingredient in Tylenol, made study participants less sensitive to other people's pain, too
The findings could hold implications for intestinal diseases like Crohn's disease
Professor says more research is needed to know whether the higher rate of autism is due to spraying itself or higher exposure to mosquito-borne illnesses.
The chemical has been linked to everything from ADHD to breast cancer.
New data shows 73 percent of the world's islands will be threatened by aridity by 2050.