NASA has big plans for robots and tricorders.
Warming ocean temperatures may hamper vital ocean chemical cycles of carbon dioxide, nitrogen and phosphorus, according to a new study.
The results submit that e-cigarettes are comparable to nicotine patches in helping people to quit for at least six months.
Researchers suggest that this could be an opportunity to developing personalized pro-biotic, food-based therapies for obesity.
Given the difficulty other researchers have had hunting for a numerosity topographical map, the researchers were surprised to obtain the results they did.
A team of researchers from the University of California, Riverside's Bourns College of Engineering have solved a problem that previously presented a serious hurdle for the use of graphene in electronic devices.
A research team from the National University of Singapore's (NUS) Faculty of Engineering has created efficient artificial, or "robotic" muscles, which could carry a weight 80 times its own and able to extend to five times its original length when car
Nowadays, the importance of proper eating is often overlooked. People don’t really pay attention to it. They’ll eat raw meat at barbecue restaurants or wherever they can get a better deal; they’ll go to buffets and eat their heart out because they ha
Money is problem number one. Big money. All of the magazines and most all of the printed catalogs run big display ads for the poisons that kill and destroy bees. So do the websites, even websites specializing in "Natural Beekeeping". Follow the money
Many anarchists and libertarians will eagerly study the psychology of tyrants, dubbed “Authoritarian Sociopathy,” in an effort to know their enemy in the battlefield of politics. Getting into the minds of our enemy is regarded as a strategy, a means
Hydrotherapy: The Heating Compress
Your government wants to have power and control over you. There's no conspiracy.
A group of researchers at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in NYC stumbled upon a potential cure for both MDR-TB and XDR-TB while attempting to study the mechanics of how the TB bacterium becomes resistant to the normal protocol of first line
“We’ve screened over 400 people at this point and only about 35 of them have been eligible for this study, so it really represents a rare portion of the population,” Rogalski said. They include an octogenarian attorney, a 96-year-old retired neuro
Enzymes are catalysts that enable or speed up biochemical reactions. Just like we were told in high school chemistry, the catalyst, in this case an enzyme, does not get consumed by the chemical reaction. It starts it. There are around 4000 biochemica
Railgun Update from General Atomics
Don't do anything I did in this video. These capacitors are not designed to be shorted and doing so is dangerous. And no, you cannot make a welder out of these.
SpaceX is exploring methods for engineers to accelerate their workflow by designing more directly in 3D.
US researchers have found a way to reverse Down syndrome in newborn lab mice by injecting an experimental compound that causes the brain to grow normally.
Alcohol, regardless of its type (i.e. beer, wine, liquor, etc) is a class A1 carcinogen which are confirmed human carcinogens. Alcohol consumption has been causally related with breast cancer for some time. Increasing evidence indicates a stronger as
Now the scientific community has begun in earnest to echo the sentiments of healers past and present to reduce inflammation to limit, prevent or reverse atherosclerosis.
Two months ago, the state government in Ohio secretly implemented a face recognition program using the drivers’ license database to check against mug shots and images of suspects, a local newspaper has learned.
The illusion of time : past, present and future all exist together.
Invented a plastic that actually gets stronger when it is stressed. That’s right. As mechanical force or pressure is add, it gets stronger — a breakthrough that could transform material for cellphones, medical devices, prosthetic limbs etc.
We may all be Martians.
Farmers in two Illinois counties have reported that the western corn rootworm, a potentially devastating pest, is showing up in their fields despite rotating fields and planting Monsanto's GM corn.
New research published in the peer-reviewed journal Environmental Science & Technology completely debunks the government lie that the plastics chemical bisphenol-A (BPA) is neither harmful nor persistent in humans at current exposure levels.
Ping pong is thought to have originated in the 1880s, when rich Brits adopted it as a boozy after-dinner diversion.
Everything you ever wanted to know about this retro-'90s weapon, which the Obama administration might use against Syria's government.
In a financially stretched healthcare market, medical technology is sometimes seen as an expensive luxury.