A newly published study suggests the Dunning-Kruger Effect can cause cause overestimations during the intuitive decision-making process.
New research shows for the first time how long cannabis users are likely to be impaired and when it may be safe for them to drive. Advocates say it's more evidence Australia's out-of-date drug-driving laws need to play catch up.
Sometimes, not adapting is the best adaptation.
Scientists are learning trees can emit methane, which could be a big problem for global warming. But a world-first discovery of methane-eating bacteria in paperbark can help moderate this.
The rise happened despite an estimated 7% reduction in global emissions due to the pandemic, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
A team led by researchers at UW Tacoma, UW and Washington State University Puyallup has discovered a chemical that kills coho salmon in urban streams before the fish can spawn.
Healthy and cancer cells can look similar under a microscope. One way of differentiating them is by examining the level of acidity, or pH level, inside the cells.Tapping on this distinguishing characteristic, a research team from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has developed a technique that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to determ...
The direct manipulation of antimatter will open up 'unthinkable' possibilities in examining the fundamental makeup of our reality, scientists say.
Researchers at Harvard Medical School and affiliated institutions have shown that a personalized cancer vaccine that is specific to an individual’s tumor has lasting effects, detecting vaccine-related immune system changes years after the vaccine was given.
Every planet in the Solar System has its idiosyncrasies, but Uranus is, truly, one of a kind.