A first-of-its-kind study focuses on understanding how a subset of cells might be trained to correct overzealous immune responses.
A team of scientists led by the UMass Amherst recently found that there is no physiological evidence supporting a leading theory as to why fish are shrinking.
Researchers are using polymer recycling to identify new, environmentally conscious chemistry and technologies for polymer reprocessing.
Researchers at Umass Amherst Discover Key to Molecular Mystery of How Plants Respond to Changing Conditions
The research identifies the interactions between four compounds: pectin, receptor proteins FERONIA and LLG1, and the signal RALF peptide.
The continuation of international cooperation and community involvement is vital to ensuring ensuring elephants’ survival, according to new research.
This work is a major advance toward understanding how intrinsically disordered proteins (IDPs) undergo spontaneous phase separation.
Researchers quantified the rate at which great hammerhead sharks are eating Atlantic tarpon hooked by anglers at Bahia Honda, Florida.
Gopal Narayanan and the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) Collaboration recently released new images of M87*.
Researchers found that prior exposure to a genus of bacteria called Mycobacterium seems to remodel the first-line defenders in the body’s immune system.
A research team from the College of Natural Sciences has shared findings on rhino's heat tolerance in the journal Biodiversity.
"Deep Sky," a documentary about the sights captured by the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), opened at the Boston Museum of Science's IMAX dome screen.
Lee is part of a team of astronomers tackling a persistent question: where do stars come from, and how/why do stars form at the far edges of galaxies?