Thin to Win | Science and Technology Research News

The new age of smart devices to struck the marketplace all featured amazing cams that produce fantastic images. There’s just one problem — the thick cam lenses on the... Read more »

Top stories: Jack the Ripper, engineering coral, and the first woman to win math’s Nobel | Science

(left to right): CHRONICLE/ALAMY STOCK PICTURE; MIKAELA NORDBORG/AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF MARINE SCIENCE; ANDREA KANE/INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED RESEARCH STUDY Does a new genetic analysis finally reveal the identity of Jack... Read more »

Cancer immunotherapy pioneers win medicine Nobel | Science

TasukuHonjo, the Japanese immunologist who today won a share of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, reaches Kyoto University to go to an interview commemorating the award. The... Read more »

Biomedical charity places major bet on ‘bold’ research to win bigger payoffs | Science

TheWellcome Trust, whose head office marries old and modern-day structures, prepares a future loaded with high-risk, high-reward research. View Pictures/ NICK GUTTRIDGE/VIEW/Newscom The world’s second-biggest personal funder of medical... Read more »

Kristina Olson is first psychologist to win NSF’s Waterman award | Science

Kristina Olson deals with a kid in the Social Cognitive Advancement Laboratory at the University of Washington in Seattle. University of Washington Calling Kristina Olson a path-breaking scientist does... Read more »