Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei said Wednesday that its 5G business has not been impacted by the recent US sanctions amid a prolonged trade war between the world's two largest economies.... PHYS.ORG · 5 months
Horizon Discovery announces divestment of animal models business to Envigo  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 days
Horizon Discovery Group plc, a global leader in the application of gene editing and gene modulation technologies, today announces an agreement to divest the Group’s animal research models... more
Gender quotas in business—how do Europeans feel?  PHYS.ORG · 17 hours
Despite years of effort to bring more women to the top boards of business, the proportion of women on the committees of listed companies remains in the single digits. In 2019, women held just... more
New calculator can estimate 10-year risk of diabetes complications  NEWS MEDICAL · 1 week
Patients struggling with type 2 diabetes and obesity are faced with the decision of whether to receive usual medical care or undergo weight-loss surgery. more
Why is ice so slippery?  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 week
The answer lies in a film of water that is generated by friction, one that is far thinner than expected and much more viscous than usual water, reminiscent of the 'snow cones' of crushed ice we drink during... more
Why is ice so slippery?  nanowerk · 1 week
The answer lies in a film of water that is generated by friction, one that is far thinner than expected and much more viscous than usual water through its resemblance to the 'snow cones' of crushed ice we... more
Early diagnosis of infantile seizures crucial to brain development  NEWS MEDICAL · 4 weeks
When caring for a baby who is younger than 2 years old, you may focus on the usual development milestones like weight gain and head circumference. However, it may be... more
Ozone hole set to close  ESA · 5 days
The size of the ozone hole fluctuates – usually forming each year in August, with its peak in October, before finally closing in late November or... more
Why is ice so slippery?  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
The answer lies in a film of water that is generated by friction, one that is far thinner than expected and much more viscous than usual water through its resemblance to the "snow cones" of crushed ice we... more
Non-pharmacologic treatments may be more effective for psychiatric symptoms of dementia  SCIENCE DAILY · 4 weeks
A systematic review and meta-analysis suggests outdoor activities were more clinically effective than anti-psychotic medication for treating physical aggression in patients with dementia. For patients with... more
Australia could see fewer cyclones, but more heat and fire risk in coming months  PHYS.ORG · 4 weeks
Northern Australia is likely to see fewer cyclones than usual this season, but hot, dry weather will increase the risk... more
Happy workers are 13% more productive  PHYS.ORG · 3 weeks
Research by Oxford University's Saïd Business School, in collaboration with British multinational telecoms firm BT, has found a conclusive link between happiness and productivity. more
Research shows health and pleasure are not necessarily in conflict  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 weeks
Choosing to eat chocolate cake instead of carrot sticks does not equal a lack of self-control, according to new research co-authored by a Cass Business School academic. more
Exerting self-control does not mean sacrificing pleasure  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
Choosing to eat chocolate cake instead of carrot sticks does not equal a lack of self-control, according to new research co-authored by a Cass Business School academic. more
Here's how your foreign accent can unfairly destroy your credibility  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
There's an old Punch magazine cartoon depicting a rather typical business boardroom. The group in the illustration includes one woman and several men, with the chairman saying, "That's... more
Kazan University showcases innovative antiseptic in Vienna  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 weeks
The event was co-organized by the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia, Skolkovo, Russian Venture Company, ChemRar, RDI Group, Vienna Business Agency, and others. more
Carbon dioxide capture and use could become big business  SCIENCE DAILY · 6 days
Capturing carbon dioxide and turning it into commercial products, such as fuels or construction materials, could become a new global industry, according to a new study. more
African countries can't industrialise? Yes, they can  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
Narratives are essential. Humans are, after all, "helpless story junkies". Business and economic success depend much more than is commonly acknowledged on getting the narrative right. And if there is a narrative where getting... more
Carbon dioxide capture and use could become big business  PHYS.ORG · 6 days
Capturing carbon dioxide and turning it into commercial products, such as fuels or construction materials, could become a new global industry, according to a study by researchers from UCLA, the... more
Vector’s lost contract gives wings to new startup Aevum  SPACE NEWS · 2 weeks
Aevum hoped the $50,000 Small Business Innovation Research study contract it received in early August would serve as... more
Spire opens Washington office to court government customers  SPACE NEWS · 1 week
Spire Global has opened its sixth office, setting up a team of 10 employees in the nation’s capital as it... more
Eutelsat kickstarts IoT business with GEO Ku-band service  SPACE NEWS · 2 weeks
The service, called Eutelsat IoT First, precedes a low-Earth-orbit constellation of 25 smallsats and hosted payloads Eutelsat plans to begin... more
Air Force leaders seek to “flip the switch” on innovation  SPACE NEWS · 6 days
Over two days, the U.S. Air Force awarded $22.5 million in Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)... more
Bosses who think only about the bottom line may invite unethical behavior  PHYS.ORG · 4 weeks
Doing business with a tunnel-vision focus on the bottom line can lead to dysfunction and unethical conduct in the workplace, but a research study... more
Women CEOs judged more harshly than men for corporate ethical failures  SCIENCE DAILY · 3 weeks
People are less likely to support an organization after an ethical failure if the business is led by a woman, according to a new study. However,... more
Women CEOs judged more harshly than men for corporate ethical failures  PHYS.ORG · 3 weeks
People are less likely to support an organization after an ethical failure if the business is led by a woman, according to a study published by... more
BfR symposium: Current trends and causes of foodborne disease outbreaks  NEWS MEDICAL · 7 days
To make food even safer for humans, experts from scientific institutions, food regulatory authorities and the business community will discuss current developments and strategies at the "Zoonoses and... more
Lab Innovations 2019 opens doors for business of science on 30 and 31 October  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 weeks
Lab Innovations, the UK’s only trade show dedicated to the laboratory industry, will be opening its doors next Wednesday and... more
US economy to expand, but at a slower pace, reaching about 2% growth in 2020: economics  PHYS.ORG · 6 days
The U.S. economy will continue to expand for a 12th consecutive year in 2020, but by... more
MORE SCIENCE VIDEO
Cardiac resynchronization therapy improves heart function in cancer survivors
NEWS MEDICAL
Researchers investigate interstellar bodies originating from beyond our solar system
PHYS.ORG
Mercury Transit on Monday: The Gear You Need to Watch It Safely
LIVE SCIENCE
Hubble captures a dozen Sunburst Arc doppelgangers
PHYS.ORG
An astronaut smart glove to explore the moon, Mars and beyond
PHYS.ORG
Mobile app to provide the latest on black hole collisions and merging neutron stars
PHYS.ORG
Mega-infrastructure projects in Africa, Asia and Latin America are reshaping development
PHYS.ORG
NASA's latest exoplanet posters are a Halloween treat
PHYS.ORG
Disbanded EPA clean air science panel found that particle pollution regulations aren't sufficient
PHYS.ORG
Space Station Cygnus special
ESA
FRESH SCIENCE