Ever thought of becoming immortal and living forever ? Well, the secrets have been uncovered after Chinese scientists for the first time revealed that gene editing tools like CRISPR can modify human embryos and can increase lifespan.
Medical experts hope surgery live-streamed in VR will make healthcare fairer and boost training
HAM radio enthusiasts around the world are freaking out this week because they've had the rare chance to receive and decode television signals from the International Space Station.
Two citizen scientists who lead a non-profit food and water laboratory in central Texas have teamed up to prevent children across America from being poisoned with lead in municipal water supplies.
The only reason that people around the world today believe that our ancestors did not live past 100 years is because the official data has been sparse. There are very few records that show (officially) the age of our ancestors before then 18th centur
Ian Burkhart has been a cyborg for two years now. In 2014, scientists at Ohio State's Neurological Institute implanted a pea-sized microchip into the 24-year-old quadriplegic's motor cortex.
Alzheimer's disease is caused by a buildup of amyloid beta in the brain, which causes plaques that disrupt nerve cells.
It's been a few weeks since Tesla Motors introduced the Model 3, but the company isn't forgetting its top seller. Musk & Co. announced a handful of changes to the Model S, the gorgeous electric luxury sedan they introduced in 2012.
(NaturalNews) In our modern life we ingest, absorb and inhale all sorts of chemicals and heavy metals on a daily basis, and often without even realizing it, which is why many of us have recurring problems with our health.
Stephen Hawking and Russian billionaire Yuri Milner are teaming up in a $100 million hunt for alien life that will rely on a fleet of postage stamp-sized spacecraft to explore the universe.
and more. (NaturalNews) You may not know this, but there is an interesting and disturbing statistic regarding chemotherapy. When it all comes down to it, you might be surprised to know that 75 percent of doctors surveyed in a 2013 report sai
Dropbox stunned the tech world last month when it revealed it had spent the last two-and-a-half years moving about 90 percent of its operation off of the Amazon cloud. Meanwhile, its biggest rival, Box, is moving the other way.
It may be a little late for April Fool's, but some skepticism is nonetheless warranted when reading that researchers have shown nanoparticles to disobey a fundamental law of physics which dictates the flow of entropy and heat in, it was believed, any
Genetic superheroes walk among us but they--maybe you?--don't know it.
A new record distance has been set for the quantum teleportation of information over optical fibers.
What genes can thwart a potent disease?
I'm not a particularly violent person, and I love my job, but every now and then I feel like chucking my laptop through our office window would be pretty cathartic.
There couldn't have been a more perfect launch than yesterday's. The sun was shining, a gentle breeze was blowing, and SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket took off right on schedule.
SpaceX's next challenge will be in getting the Falcon 9 to shore
Two private spacecraft are now attached to the space station; more will follow
Arizona... 100 water samples now tested... see results highlights here. (NaturalNews) We've just finished testing the first 100 water samples we received from Natural News readers via our EPA Watch program to monitor the nation's municipal water supp
SKINCENTIAL SCIENCES, a company with an innovative line of cosmetic products marketed as a way to erase blemishes and soften skin, has caught the attention of beauty bloggers on YouTube, Oprah's lifestyle magazine, and celebrity skin care professio
Although often associated with men, the hormone testosterone is important to the health of both men and women. As you age the level of testosterone naturally produced by your body tends to decline.
Take a three-year-old to the zoo, and she intuitively knows that the long-necked creature nibbling leaves is the same thing as the giraffe in her picture book.
For thousands of years, armor was something people wore.
Your next shrimp pad thai might be shrimp-free
SpaceX has a pretty good track record when it comes to launching stuff into into space (an explosion last summer notwithstanding). It's less good at landing those rockets (or as Indiana Jones once memorably put it: "Fly? Yes. Land? No").
Funding Bitcoin development seems to have always been problematic.
Up to this point, the main way to judge support for a change to Bitcoin's consensus rules has been miner voting. Miners are able to broadcast support for changes to the Bitcoin protocol via coinbase transactions, and these messages of support are t
With all that to-and-fro and ebb-and-flow, the motions of the ocean offer an endless supply of renewable energy.