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Google’s App Inventor, which lets people with no previous programming experience build applications for mobile phones, draws on decades of MIT research.
people in different cultures think about work in different ways. Being aware of the cultural environment that their coworkers come from may help people work together better.
If looking for the elusive Higgs boson particle is like searching for a needle in a haystack, research published last month has made the haystack smaller.
NASA researchers are going to get a look at just how much these shapes influence severe storm weather. To do it, they'll have to look inside the guts of some of the world's fiercest storms.
Middle-aged and elderly Swedish women who regularly ate a small amount of chocolate had lower risks of heart failure risks, in a study reported in Circulation: Heart Failure, a journal of the America
The bonds that hold wound-healing platelets in place have a special kind of stickiness that keeps them from being swept away in a rush of pulsing blood.
The oxide compound europium titanate is pretty boring on its own. But sliced nanometers thin and physically stretched on a specially designed template, it takes on properties that could revolutionize
Aphids have evolved without a key immune system pathway found in all other insects, due to its 100 million-year-old symbiosis with a friendly bacterium, Buchnera aphidicola. The pathway, called the im