Scientists released the most detailed map ever made of the fetal human brain today.
The proposed University of Arizona scientific study about using marijuana to treat veterans with post traumatic stress disorder has the green light from the U.S. Food & Drug Administration.
he Rife machine destroys infectious organisms, viruses, bacteria and fungus and has been used to eliminate 52 different microorganisms including cancer, tuberculosis, strep and leprosy.
"We are suspending life, but we don't like to call it suspended animation because it sounds like science fiction," says Samuel Tisherman, a surgeon at the hospital, who is leading the trial. "So we call it emergency preservation and resuscitation
Getting people to wake up and see the truth for what it is is the single most important topic in the liberty movement.
Big rockets are overkill for small satellites, especially since the hardest bit is just getting them up out of that first nasty thick bit of Earth's lower atmosphere.
A flexible electronic skin patch has strain gauges to measure tremors, and heating elements to release drugs held inside nanoparticles.
As the Pentagon continues to build a lighter, faster and stronger soldier of the future, new technology that could provide night vision without bulky goggles has caught the Army’s eye.
The muscles also fluoresce when they contract.
We estimate that development costs for drugs could be reduced by as much as 90%, and the time required by 50%, if the threshold for initial approval were defined in terms of efficacy and fundamental safety. Cutting costs and time, while requiring hig
But according to a study published in the British Medical Journal cavities and tooth decay could potentially be healed or reversed with diet. A study was performed on 62 children with cavities and they were divided into three different diet groups
Nobody knows what causes autism, a condition that varies so widely in severity that some people on the spectrum achieve enviable fame and success while others require lifelong assistance due to severe problems with communication, cognition, and behav
Think mind reading is science fiction?
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Advances in science, medicine, and technology have affected our athletes more than most people might realize. Not just in the actual advancement of sports equipment, though that certainly makes a difference. Since the first Olympic Games back in Gree
Next time you find yourself walking along a beach, stop for a second and shift your focus from the obvious beauty of the ocean to what’s underneath your feet.
You had me at "seaweed."
Mathematical concepts can be difficult to grasp, but given the right context they can help explain some of the world’s biggest mysteries. For instance, what is it about a sunflower that makes it so pleasing to look at? Or why do I find the cereal box
The US government has five nuclear submarines on patrol at all times carrying 1,000 times the destructive power of the Hiroshima bomb. Is it possible to imagine the degree of paranoia represented by such a standing threat? The UK government has start
The most significant skull prosthetic to date
New research shows goats can quickly learn a puzzle, and remember how to solve it.
People selected to live on the Red Planet will train inside an earthbound outpost. If they don't go crazy, they just might make the real trip.
In another first for China’s world class space industry, a description of the liquid fuelled Advanced Upper Stage Yuanzheng 1 was publicly unveiled.
Scientists have managed to re-engineer a form of brewer's yeast in a way that could help with the development of new types of drugs.
The Solar System has a new most-distant member, bringing its outer frontier into focus.
Doctors can now recreate in three dimensions the insides of your heart, arteries, and blood vessels using a "camera" chip only slightly bigger than the tip of a pencil.
One NASA astronaut launching to the International Space Station in May is ready to 3D print in space.
In 1992, Boeing’s Phantom Works program began development on the Bird of Prey, a project managed by the U.S. Air Force, funded by Boeing, and borrowing the name from the Klingon starship in 1984’s Star Trek III: The Search For Spock.