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When a bone is severely broken in the human body, or a bone-fused prosthesis is implanted, a bone graft is also often required to ensure a solid mechanical repair.
When it comes to interacting with our devices, the mouse and the touchscreen are the predominant methods.
A number of studies have previously shown magnesium can benefit your blood pressure and help prevent sudden cardiac arrest, heart attack, and stroke. For example, one meta-analysis published earlier this year in the American Journal of Clinical Nut
DoubleLine Funds' Jeff Gundlach just spoke with CNBC's Sara Eisen, and in a wide-ranging interview, Gundlach discussed, among other things, Tesla.
I vividly remember the Facebook post. It was my friend's 5-year-old daughter "Kate," (a pseudonym) standing outside of her house in a bright yellow bikini, the street address clearly visible behind her on the front door.
Score another point for metamaterials. Researchers at North Carolina State University have designed complementary metamaterials that will aid medical professionals and engineers in diagnosing problems under the skin.
Peter Dahmen is a paper engineer. Which in practice is totally different than, say, a mechanical engineer or a civil engineer, but in principle maybe not so much. Engineers solve problems, and Dahmen does technically solve problems.
To see back in time, you need a massive telescope--one big enough to capture light from when the first galaxies were formed, 13.5 billion years ago.
The record of the future.
Introducing a new video series--and an answer to the mother of all questions
When Ayan Qureshi said goodbye to his dad and walked into a Birmingham, England conference center, he was just another five-year-old.
The active molecules in cannabis kill brain cancer -- another study has revealed.
Fidelity Labs, the R&D think-tank within Boston-based financial services company Fidelity Investments, has unveiled a new way for investors to literally explore the investment landscape.
There's a row of books on a shelf in Marc ten Bosch's living room that contains a crash course in higher dimensions. Titles like Flatland. Einstein, Picasso: Space, Time and the Beauty That Causes Havoc.
The power of petaflops penetrates the mists of time
Rapid-DNA technology makes it easier than ever to grab and store your genetic profile. G-men, cops, and Homeland Security can't wait to see it everywhere.
When a medication enters the bloodstream, it ends up being concentrated in the liver – after all, one of the organ's main functions is to cleanse the blood.
Apps and smartphones may captivate consumers and investors at the moment, but the future of technology will be much more dizzyingly weird.
The solution uses a so-called SolarBrush, a drone attachment that sweeps across the surface of the panels, brushing dirt and dust to the ground below. Ridha Azaiz, a German engineer and founder of Aerial Power, says one advantage of his solution over
"In the future, it is hoped the supercapacitor will be developed to store more energy than a Li-Ion battery while retaining the ability to release its energy up to 10 times faster - meaning the car could be entirely powered by the supercapacitors in
Researchers have long hypothesized that comets helped to seed the Earth with the organic material necessary for life to form. In August, the Rosetta probe detected several organic molecules in the comet's gaseous wake, including water, carbon monoxi
4DX is the latest technology transforming the movie experience. 4DX cinema rumbles, rocks, sways, vibrates, smokes, strobes, sprays water, tickles your legs and even introduces smells.
Superconductors themselves put out a magnetic field, which is so powerful it can levitate objects, such as trains, allowing them to travel extremely fast. Being able to achieve superconductivity within magnetic fields greatly alters our understanding
A Library In Every Pocket.
Hopes Robots, 3D Printers Might Somehow Be Involved.
The ionosphere is a layer of charged particles (or "ions") located about 60-90 kilometers above the Earth's surface. It is the layer which reflects short wave radio waves and makes it possible for a transmitter in New York to send a signal to Toky
With the help of Pathway Genomics, consumers might one day be able to "Ask Watson" for insights into their health.
In the 1960s science fiction film Fantastic Voyage, audiences thrilled to the idea of shrinking a submarine and the people inside it to microscopic dimensions and injecting it into a person's bloodstream.
For the last two years, the US$2.25 million Nokia Sensing X Challenge has lured entrants from around the globe to submit groundbreaking technologies that improve access to health care.