"This groundbreaking work signifies a paradigm shift in antibiotic discovery and indeed in drug discovery more generally," said researcher Roy Kishony.
"It's like a preemptive strike, with less mess," study author Sung Wook Paek said.
Scientists believe the dynamo ceased after the core fully crystallized.
Personal food computers developed by the Open Agricultural Initiative in MIT's Media Lab and sent to Syrian refugee camps in Amman, Jordan have been revealed to be nonfunctional.
The material, which is 10 times blacker than anything produced before, was used to hide a diamond at an art exhibition at the New York Stock Exchange.
A new exposé by Ronan Farrow alleges that the MIT Media Lab worked to keep Epstein's donations off the books.
Scientists analyzed the Temple Scroll to work out how it had been preserved so well for 2,000 years.
Scientists have predicted which years could be the most dangerous for worshippers.
The Charney Report was the first comprehensive assessment of global climate change due to carbon dioxide.
The creatures "can reversibly enter a state where outwardly observable signs of metabolic activity are paused under conditions that are essentially incompatible with life."
Scientists say the lobster membrane is one of the toughest hydrogels in the world.
MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory may soon put an end to boring chores.
Researchers hope to harness the body's own defenses to fight potentially deadly bacteria.
It's a 90-pound robot that resembles the frame of a Rottweiler.
The president told reporters he used to discuss nukes with his uncle "all the time."
The device could be ready for doctors to use in just five years, according to an expert.
"Brad and Neri instantly hit it off because they share the same passion for architecture," a source said.
The new technology could potentially provide a solution for the problem of water scarcity in arid climates.
Testing drugs might just get a whole lot easier.
A 2.6g muscle built by the team was able to lift a 6.6 pound object—the equivalent of a mallard lifting a car.