Genome editing is a weapon of mass destruction.
The five-year race to preserve every neuron in the brain has come to a successful close
Encrypt toasters and win the cyberwar
Another nail is hammered into Flash's coffin, meaning 2016 will be the last year of abundant display-marketing based on the maligned plugin
(NaturalNews) If you're nuts about walnuts, you could be doing your health a huge favor. Several research studies have revealed that the benefits of walnuts include the ability to inhibit cancer development and even initiate the death of cancer cells
President Obama's statements on global warming are "dead wrong," said Nobel laureate Ivar Giaever, who rejected the president's claims that man-made global warming is causing climate change.
Device can be inserted in the brain - without brain surgery - and could allow paralysed patients to operate robotic limbs "using thought alone"
German solar technology firm Heliatek claims to have outdone itself by setting a new world record for directly converting sunlight into electricity using organic photovoltaic cells.
A bit of friendly competition never hurt anyone. China's EAST tokamak and Germany's Wendelstein 7-X aren't exactly fusion energy's answer to Messi and Ronaldo, but through their own flashes of individual brilliance the reactors might one day command
In an effort to create a more viable material for drug delivery, a team of researchers has accidentally created an entirely new material thought for more than 100 years to be impossible to make.
Cybersecurity is a huge point of contention between the public and private sectors.
A Colorado teenager named Coltyn Turner just celebrated the 22nd month of his debilitating Crohn's Disease being in remission, after beginning cannabis oil treatment.
The Liberty Institute, a legal group grounded in fighting for religious liberty is representing Christian employees at NASA who are saying they legally have the right to use the word "Jesus" as they please, including in the government agency's
Scientists have used stem cells for everything from regrowing corneas to inducing the heart to repair itself, and it might even be possible to use them to heal damaged lungs.
Gravitational waves may have been detected for the first time, but we won't know for sure until February 11, 2016 -- when scientists will either confirm or dispel the rumors, sources close to the matter tell Tech Insider.
Monthly meeting of the Arizona Breakfast Club. Ernie Hancock introduced two speakers: Jacek Spendel. (Founder and President of the Freedom and Entrepreneurship Foundation in Poland) on liberty camps around the world, and Patrick Wood (August Forecast
Using solar technology to harvest fresh water, this cool invention has the potential to make a huge difference to the world.
Inside the injury that could destroy the NFL
A blood test being developed by US scientists could pick up breast, bowel, lung, womb or stomach cancer at an early stage
without chemo or radiation. (NaturalNews) A new ultrasound technique is being developed that may allow cancerous tumors to be liquefied without the use of chemotherapy or electromagnetic radiation. Astonishingly, recent research into this technique c
BoniRob can stamp out nearly two weeds per second and has an uncanny accuracy.
NASA engineers have been working tirelessly over the last few months, painstakingly assembling the James Webb Telescope's huge primary mirror. This week marks a significant milestone in the project, with the the last of the 18 individual segments now
Scientists from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) have created a tiny lattice they claim is the world's smallest.
The rapid and on-going development of micro-miniature optical electronic devices is helping to usher in a new era of photonic computers and light-based memories that promise super-fast processor speeds and ultra-secure communications.
Would it be ethical for scientists to try to create babies that have genetic material from three different people? An influential panel of experts has concluded the answer could be yes.
Computer code is the next universal language, and its syntax will be limited only by the imaginations of the next generation of programmers.
(NaturalNews) A recent study conducted by Dr. Nancy Swanson and the President of the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM), Andre Leu, has reinforced what many have been convinced of all along: glyphosate, the main ingredi
Scientists created a 3D-printed gel brain to explain why our brains fold
Science has turned its torch to many corners of the animal kingdom in the pursuit of advanced adhesives.
(NaturalNews) The latest revelation regarding the Zika virus involves a genetically-altered mosquito project funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation -an experiment which some suspect may have caused the rapid spread of a once-rare disease.