Red meat is particularly bad for our health, research suggests.
The National Aeronautics and Spider Silk Administration is very excited about this study.
Sounds a bit too good to be true, I gotta admit!
Bedtime protein shakes seem to be leading to better gains than daytime intake.
Defective and toxic proteins in cells are cleared more easily with a healthy lifestyle.
We’re nowhere near close to ‘discovering everything’ yet.
The paper puts a long-standing debate to rest.
Well, not literally — but they’ll help!
Proteins that cause illness are still baffling scientists.
Now you know exactly what your purchases do.
Seeing is believing.
Doctors believe this new organ might explain why cancer spreads so easily.
Lentils are good for your heart, researchers say.
Teach a man to chemically process sawdust into the building blocks of life to feed his fish, and you feed him for a lifetime.
Pass me that milk!
The future’s tallest.
It could be a game-changer for law enforcement.
What better way to top off your meal?
Imagine a nugget of real, 20 carat gold floating merrily on the milk foam of your cup of warm cappuccino — scientists from ETH Zurich have found a way to do it. It’s not super-cappuccino, or diamond-strong foam — scientists led by Raffaele Mezzenga, Professor of Food and Soft Materials at ETH have produced a novel foam of gold, a three-dimensional material that is actually mostly…empty.
A recent study from Iowa State University shows how a gene, found in a single plant species so far, can increase protein content when grafted into the DNA of staple crops. Their findings could help improve a huge variety of crops and improve nutrition in developing parts of the world, where available sources of protein are sometimes limited.