In India, where it gets hot enough to feel like a sauna just sitting in one's home and not everyone has access to electricity and central air conditioning, anything that can be done cheaply to make things even a little bit cooler can change
For science, of course
Neck implant that gives a small shock help some patients go into complete remission
With the successful completion of final training sessions, three new Expedition 48 crew members confirmed their readiness for the upcoming flight to the International Space Station (ISS) aboard an upgraded Soyuz MS spacecraft. The crew is set to laun
Tampa Bay Area Departments are setting up audio sensors and enacting a "Zero Tolerance" policy towards celebratory gunfire this July Fourth weekend.
Have you been flirting with a computer program behind your wife's back?
The alleged weakening of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation appears to be triggering a growing amount of speculation about abrupt cooling, like the plot of the movie "The Day After Tomorrow".
Instant film, as inventive as it is, has largely been replaced by the digital display. And while you can take dozens of photos in minutes with your phone camera, pick the best one, and instantly share it with your pals online, there's probably stil
On a giant flat-screen TV in an old Emeryville, California warehouse, a floating orb fires red, blue, pink, and yellow beams into a honeycomb of hexagonal blocks. The blocks are black, white, and gray, but as the beams hit them, they change--flashin
More Hole in the ozone layer is finally 'healing' … Chlorine reacting with these beautiful stratospheric clouds over Antarctica is the cause of the hole in the ozone layer (Cynthia Spence/NSF) The ozone hole over Antarctica is finally "healin
Using a sauna after a refreshing swim - or yoga class - can be a relaxing treat, but are you aware just how beneficial a sweat session can be?
Some pretty out-there ideas have been put forward to protect swimmers from sharks lurking in busy coastal waters.
At $100,000 a head, the puppies frolicking around the fenced lawn in western Seoul don't come cheap--but at least their owners know exactly what they are getting.
Modern Formula 1 might lack the drama of days gone by, but drivers still need lightning reflexes to make sure they don't end up as an expensive installation in a tire wall.
As a cyborg you can have colors beamed to your brain and wear earrings that sense what's behind you – and more and more people are getting involved
A new supplement could help curb your appetite by triggering the release of a molecule in the gut that reduces appetite for high calorie foods
Generally, water repellent objects and those that attract or absorb water have very different microscopic-level attributes that endow them with their behavior.
Neurofeedback trained people to see what wasn't there
No cows required
Stem cell-stimulating fillings could change dentistry and save your teeth
September 11th is the most polarizing event in modern world history.
This is the first time so many "smart" abilities have combined into one material
Using Hubble's ultraviolet capabilities, the light show comes to life
Bang & Olufsen makes very good speakers, very expensive speakers, and very good, very expensive headphones. Now it makes very expensive wireless earbuds that … may be very good.
The world's busiest airport isn't in the world's biggest city. It's in Atlanta, a great southern city that by dint of accident and capitalism sits, metaphorically speaking, at the center of the map.
Humans have long dreamt of finding the 'fountain of youth' - a way to prolong life, sustain health, and even achieve immortality.
(NaturalNews) The world's most evil corporation is throwing a temper tantrum, following news that the European Union (EU) might not renew a permit allowing the world's most widely used herbicide to be applied to European food crops.
Unless you are knowledgeable about the history of nutrition science, it is likely that you believe that butter is just terrible for you - that it causes heart disease, obesity, and all sorts of other horrible ailments.
Wang Jun spent 16 years expanding the world's understanding of what living things are made of -- sequencing genomes including those of the giant panda and potatoes. Now he's attempting to build on that: using DNA as one component to create on
(NaturalNews) The vaccine pushers in traditional medicine circles and Big Pharma have often gone out of their way to shield from consumers the dangers associated with vaccines, as Natural News readers are well aware of.