A BRITISH COMPANY IS MAKING THE DEVICE A REALITY
(NaturalNews) A new industrial revolution is brewing. Industrial 3D printing is making its way from the mainstream to the lab, enabling researchers to obtain parts for scientific instruments in an unprecedented way.
After a long layover in Hawaii (there are worse places to spend a winter), the Solar Impulse 2 is getting ready to fly again.
Harvard researchers have created a 3D programmable mechanical metamaterial that can be programmed to change shape, volume and size on command, making it ideal for building a range of different assemblies and structures that can be automatically alter
On any given day, around one in 25 hospital patients in the US will fall victim to healthcare associated infection, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
A viper's venom would usually be something to steer clear of if you're at all concerned about your health, but new research suggests it may in fact boost the wellbeing of those with Alzheimer's disease.
New Tech Shows Why You Can't Trust Anything You See on the News
I'm not even sure what to write for a description. What else can you say? It's the Matrix.
(NaturalNews) Are people responsible for actions they have yet to commit? This moral dilemma doesn't just make for fun armchair philosophy. A team of researchers has demonstrated that computers are better than human judges at predicting who will comm
President Barack Obama began his historic three-day visit to Cuba Sunday and, despite landing in the country just hours ago, POTUS has already signaled major changes ahead for the island nation.
Under the sea, it lay dreaming. The body, printed from machines, sealed carefully, still functioned. It survived one month under water, then two. The salt did nothing to stop it. It simply was, a waiting state of being.
claiming all plant molecules now belong exclusively to Big Pharma. (NaturalNews) Hemp oil extracts containing CBDs (cannibidiols) are such a threat to the pharmaceutical industry that the FDA is now invoking totally insane justifications for outlawin
...by claiming all plant molecules now belong exclusively to Big Pharma
A new type of cell scaffold holds the key
Age-related osteoporosis, where the bone structure deteriorates and becomes more vulnerable to fracture, is said to affect more than 200 million people worldwide.
Infrared sensors that turn light into electrical pulses used as a prosthesis
alternative medicine. (NaturalNews) Whether or not you support presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders as your candidate of choice in the upcoming election, it's worth knowing his stance regarding alternative medicine.
This special feline is one of the few animals in the world to receive prosthetic limbs.
SCIENTISTS are one step closer to cloning dinosaurs after the discovering the remains of a Tyrannosaurus rex that was pregnant when it died.
Radar scans of King Tut's tomb have revealed two spaces on the north and east chambers of the pharaonic mausoleum that could contain the "discovery of the century," Egypt's antiquities ministry said Thursday.
than governments or corporations. (NaturalNews) You don't have to be an academic to be a scientist. Citizen science is growing globally. Communities with an amateur interest in science have helped classify galaxies, detect signs of disease, and unea
Our immune system doesn't always discern between actual threats and false-positives. What's worse, long-term inflammation is especially harmful for our bodies, exposing us to a host of diseases and shortening our life-span. Therefore, it's only na
Could help us build better nanobots
The tiny animal is thought to be an extinct breed of dog and scientists are now hoping to bring the species back to life
And it could someday mean self-healing smartphone screens
In 2003, the wife of a 55-year-old Vietnamese carpenter named Le Van died. Heartbroken, he dug up her grave, cast her body in clay and slept next to "her" for five years.
Nuclear fusion is the energy of the Sun and stars, and there's a global race to generate it as an alternative green energy source.
Heart transplants have been around since 1967, but they're still anything but routine.
The use of ransomware, in which hackers encrypt a computer's files and then demand a hefty bounty from the victim, is on the rise.
Remember the magic capsules you had as a child that grew into animal-shaped sponges once placed in water? Researchers from the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota are taking that same idea and using it to better treat cancer patients.