A study of people in 15 countries reveals that while everyone favors rhythms with simple integer ratios, biases can vary quite a bit across societies.
The “oriented” samples, the first of their kind from any planet, could shed light on Mars’ ancient magnetic field.
Detailed study of magnets built by MIT and Commonwealth Fusion Systems confirms they meet requirements for an economic, compact fusion power plant.
Roger Petersen’s new book details military operations and political dynamics in Iraq, shedding new light on the challenges of state-building.
Study finds language-processing difficulties are an indicator — more so than memory loss — of amnestic mild cognitive impairment.
A new study finds precancerous colon cells turn on a gene called SOX17, which helps them evade detection and develop into more advanced tumors.
The work will help researchers tune surface properties of perovskites, a promising alternative and supplement to silicon, for more efficient photovoltaics.
By breaking an intractable problem into smaller chunks, a deep-learning technique identifies the optimal areas for thinning out traffic in a warehouse.
The printed solenoids could enable electronics that cost less and are easier to manufacture — on Earth or in space.
An MIT team precisely controlled an ultrathin magnet at room temperature, which could enable faster, more efficient processors and computer memories.