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Article Image News Link • Global, Melissa Dykes

The kind of research scientists are doing in labs today looks like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind meets Dark City. We're to the point that, as commenter William Jean wrote, "People cant even remember what they did last week."

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(Natural News) On the surface, you might think inflammation isn't such a big deal. It might not sound like a walk in the park, but it doesn't sound like a death sentence, either. Unfortunately, however, chronic inflammation due to autoimmune dis

Article Image News Link • Global By Josie Wales

Scientists at Stanford University have figured out how to wirelessly transmit electricity between moving objects, overcoming previous limitations and possibly bringing Nikola Tesla's vision of a global wireless power grid closer to reality.

Article Image News Link • Global by Rich Haridy

A functional fusion reactor may still be a dream, but it's a dream that is slowly becoming a reality with numerous research efforts and experiments aiming to unlock the near unlimited supply of clean energy that such a reactor would provide.

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John Martinis, one of Google's quantum computing gurus, laid out Google's "stretch goal": to build and test a 49-qubit ("quantum bit") quantum computer by the end of 2017. This computer will use qubits made of superconducting circuits. Ea

Article Image News Link • Global, By Samantha Mathewson

The total solar eclipse on Aug. 21 is just around the corner; to make sure skywatchers can view the event safely, Astronomers Without Borders (AWB) will provide over 100,000 free solar- eclipse-viewing glasses to underserved communities across the Un

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(Natural News) A recent study published in International Journal of Oncology revealed that cannabinoids, the active chemical in cannabis, can destroy leukemia cells either alone or in combination with other cancer treatments. The scientific community

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Heart Association's ignorant attack on coconut oil... (Natural News) Over the weekend, a news story based on the American Heart Association's tired, worn-out and scientifically obsolete war on healthy fats went viral, claiming that coconut oil w

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(Natural News) For some of us, visiting the doctor is an uncomfortable and invasive process. Being examined by and telling a complete stranger how we feel can be very difficult for many. At the very least, we would expect that information to remain p

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Hasini Jayatilaka and Denis Wirtz discuss their discovery of a biochemical signaling process that causes densely packed cancer cells to break away from a tumor and spread the disease elsewhere in the body. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)

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