Objects in space may be larger than they appear.
A pill to make you smart? Scientists' breakthrough in unlocking the brain's potential by returning it to child-like state
Each year nearly a million people in Europe suffer from a cardiac arrest. A mere 8% survives due to slow response times of emergency services.
The digital health revolution is still stuck.
Microscopic Robots or microbots are Nano Robots which will someday swim inside the body to fight disease or it could crawl into impossible places like rubble after an earthquake searching for survivors.
Nearly half of us could be infected with a virus which makes us more stupid, scientists have found. The startling discovery suggests that millions may be carrying a long-lasting infection which dulls the brain.
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A PhD immunologist and vaccine proponent admitted during a conference involving health professionals that babies are only given shots up to age one in order to 'train the parents' to get their children into the medical system and that the vaccine
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Researchers at North Carolina State University have figured out how to make cyborg cockroaches -- or biobots, as they call them -- pick up sound and seek out its source. So one day, the first responders to a rubble-filled disaster scene might be resc
The researchers were also able to calculate the incubation period for Ebola—five days, although this value is subject to significant uncertainty—and the infectious time. Patients can pass on the virus from 1.2 to 7 days after becoming infected.
Dr. Ron Mallett is a celebrated theoretical physicist at the University of Connecticut, but he was once a little boy with a copy of "The Time Machine" by H.G. Wells. Mallett's father died when Mallett was 10 years old, and when he read this boo
His public persona shattered, Jian Ghomeshi's overweening narcissism has become the subject of public scorn. His reported violence against women, whether inside or outside sexual interplay, has been rightly denounced. Yet making this scandal all ab
Cheap plastic isn't the best material to contain an explosive blast. Now an amateur gunsmith has instead found a way to transfer that stress to a component that's actually made of metal—the ammunition.
BEIJING, Nov. 2 (Xinhua) -- China has successfully tested a homemade laser defense system specially targeting small-scale drones flying at low attitude.
In a new attempt to tackle this issue, researchers looked at 32 comatose patients and 26 healthy people. Some of the comatose patients were diagnosed as "minimally conscious," meaning there was some evidence that they may have retained some awarene
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The study involved patients suffering from age-related macular degeneration and Stargardt's macular dystrophy, the two leading causes of adult and juvenile blindness in the developed world, Schwartz says. The diseases destroy a person's central vis
In the past, there have been several outbreaks of Ebola in Africa. Countries included Sudan, Uganda, the Republic of the Congo and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and several comparatively small outbreaks occurred in Gabon as well. In most case
After 50 years of cutting-edge seafloor exploration, the Alvin submersible—renegade deep-sea explorer for the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute—just got a long-deserved makeover.
The discovery was something of an accident, but far from a hapless one. The team used a large, high-pressure device called the Paris-Edinburgh device at Tennessee's Oak Ridge National Laboratory to compress a 6-millimeter wide quantity of liquid ben
In fact, we possess more than twice the amount of replications (copies) of this protein as a result of the instructions (code) of our genome than our nearest genetic relative –the chimp. It seems to be clearly related to the growth of certain parts
The disease that terrified Pepys and haunted London in the terrible year of 1665 was not Ebola, of course, but the plague. So virulent that deaths in one week for London and its suburbs reached 7,000, and so lethal that death could occur within hours
If there's anything we can take from the barrage of delivery drones to emerge recently, its that the technology has the potential to transport objects with unprecedented efficiency.
The creator of the pocket-sized Soundlazer directional speaker has revealed a more cost effective way for sonic scientists to get up to all sorts of narrow beam larks with friends.
"Star Wars"-style laser blasts are moving from the stuff of science fiction to science reality. Scientists have given us a first glimpse of what a real laser bullet could look like.
By artificially controlling and tweaking their environment, scientists can funnel the growth of these cells into whatever specific types they need. Traumatic spinal injuries, loss of vision, and Parkinson's Disease are just a few types of disorders
Seth Newburg has a phone. It's a new phone, just a prototype. Almost no one here at Google has seen it yet.
"This could be valuable for lung patients who today must carry heavy oxygen tanks with them," said professor Christine McKenzie of the University of Southern Denmark, in a statement. "But also divers may one day be able to leave the oxygen tanks a
Up until now, there has been a deficit regarding the scientific comprehension of Tesla's greatest dream. The contributors to Harnessing the Wheelwork of Nature are primarily physicists and engineers who are experts in Tesla technology. Their wealt