Tuning into brainwave rhythms speeds up learning in adults, study finds

A Game Changer for Diabetic Wound Treatment: New Material Speeds Up Healing

High blood pressure speeds up mental decline, but does not fully explain dementia disparities

HIV speeds up body's aging processes soon after infection, study shows

Revolutionary DNA Nanotechnology Speeds Up Development of Vaccines by More Than One Million Times

Missing Link: Global Warming Speeds Up Currents in the Ocean’s Abyss

'Self-driving' lab speeds up research, synthesis of energy materials

Eliminating Lenses: Ghost Imaging Speeds Up X-Ray Fluorescence Chemical Mapping

New Robotic Platform Speeds Up Directed Evolution of Molecules in the Lab

China speeds up moon base plan in space race with the US

Technique speeds up thermal actuation for soft robotics

Correcting inherited gene alterations speeds up

As China Speeds Up Nuclear Arms Race, the U.S. Wants to Talk

New Extremely Energy-Efficient Optical “Transistor” Speeds Up Computation Up to 1,000 Times

Earth's magnetic north pole has been shifting south at speeds up to 30 miles per year recently. That's prompting some scientists to suggest we're on the brink of a geomagnetic reversal, where Earth's magnetic north and south poles swap places. Such a reversal hasn't happened for 780,000 years.

New data science platform speeds up Python queries

New data science platform speeds up Python queries

The Quest for Cancer-Detecting Blood Tests Speeds Up

The most extreme space weather occurs when the Sun blasts billions of tons of energized particles toward Earth at speeds up to 6.7 million mph (3,000 km/s). Known as coronal mass ejections, these explosions can cause intense geomagnetic storms, as well as negatively affect astronauts and spacecraft.

Exposure to pollutants, increased free-radical damage speeds up aging