The imminent arrival of the self-driving car will change how people move around city streets, but they could do so much more.
Thanks to Obama's 'Brain Initiative' scientists are producing brain maps at an alarming speed, and the need has arisen to sync them into a composite map. ? TN Editor
Sometimes, regular black just isn't good enough.
While a real-life Jurassic Park may not be opening any time soon, bringing back more recently-extinct species, like the woolly mammoth or the dodo, is a distinct possibility.
There you have it, folks - the world's first thirsty water filter. We love it! The next steps for the researchers are partnering with manufacturers who can bring their modelled desalination technique to life. The first step will be testing, but
HIS BODY HASN'T REJECTED HIS NEW FACE, AND HE CAN SEE AGAIN
We bet you didn't even know you wanted more sunlight in your home before you saw Lucy.
(NaturalNews) What would your life be like if you didn't have a microwave oven? While your microwave certainly saves you time, is it slowly destroying your health? Not only do microwaves attract the most unhealthy, nutrient-depleted foods, but they a
Increasing Number Of Americans Are "Microdosing" On Psychedelics To Enhance Mental Performance
Dear Internet, it's been a while, right? We here at WIRED talk about you a lot (mostly good things!), and we'll admit it feels a little weird to address you directly. But we need to have a talk. And yeah, no, this is not going to be a fun one. Be
Within 24 hours the patient's responses had improved and in just three days he was fully conscious and had fist-bumped a doctor
'Lifelong monogamy does not characterise the primary mating patterns of humans,' says Dr David Buss from the University of Texas
One might think this is a spoof article, but it is quite serious. The author, Joanna Verran, is a Professor of Microbiology at Manchester Metropolitan University. That anyone would even have such a discussion in this context, with such rampant specul
There is a growing trend among consumers to seek natural products, whether it's the rise in demand for organic fruits and vegetables noted by major grocery store chains, or the burgeoning natural skincare industry.
Scientists have created tiny quantum dots in graphene
At the heart of devices like smartphones, tablets and electric cars are rechargeable batteries, and at the heart of those is lithium. With demand growing, mining isn't sustainable long-term, so researchers are exploring the difficult task of reclaimi
Researchers could be fending off the demise of Moore's Law with the help of a new material that allows electrons to move from point A to point B faster.
New clothes dryer uses sound to dry clothes instead of heat, using 70% less energy Sunday, August 21, 2016 by: Daniel Barker Tags: ultrasonic dryer, energy usage, clothes drying Facebook (619) Twitter Ultrasonic dryer (NaturalNews) Much of
Modern cars have been around a long time at least three decades, since the mid-late 1980s. This was the period when the first electronic fuel injection systems and ECUs (the computer that controls the fuel injection and other functions) were ins
Robocalls are more than an annoyance. They're a threat. Scammers, identity thieves, and other unsavory types use them to target victims. One particularly enterprising band of low-lifes even posed as IRS agents to pilfer $26.5 million from people.
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If Apple made a personal DNA testing product, it might look something like the Spartan Cube: A minimalist, anodized aluminum box, about the size of a large coffee mug, and roughly as heavy as a small laptop.
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Researchers have discovered a way to fix the reliability problems of zinc-manganese batteries and produce a high-energy-density, rechargeable unit that could provide an inexpensive solution for alternative energy storage
While hemp has an endless amount of good qualities, its demand may never quite exceed expectations.
This could change everything when it comes to refueling out on the open sea.
(NaturalNews) Many people mistakenly believe that acetaminophen, the painkiller in Tylenol, is a relatively safe medication. However, just because it's available over the counter does not mean that it cannot cause adverse effects. This is especially
. Physician and longtime Editor in Chief of the New England Medical Journal, Dr Marcia Angell, told the world that "it's simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published, or to rely on the judgement of trusted
Over the years, the Office of Naval Research (ONR) has produced some impressive innovations, from unmanned sub-chasing ships to self-healing paint for armored vehicles. Now, it's turned its attention towards producing new electrical materials, by loo
(NaturalNews) Lance Simmens, author, whistleblower, political veteran, fracking activist, and more, went to see Vaxxed: From Coverup To Catastrophe at one of the California screenings, and was moved, enraged, awakened. He wrote a column for The Huffi