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A futuristic eye-scanning lie detector reminiscent of the Voight-Kampff device in Blade Runner may be coming to a dystopian future near you.
"In healthy cells, these methyl groups are spread out across the genome, but the genomes of cancer cells are essentially barren except for intense clusters of methyl groups at very specific locations," said Dr. Laura Carrascosa, one of the Univer
Atlanta airport's Terminal F has become the "first biometric terminal" in the United States. And Detroit is next…
Injectable material made of nanoscale particles can deliver arthritis drugs throughout cartilage.
Humans are one step closer to receiving animal organs after baboon is given a pig's heart and lives for six months in 'landmark' breakthrough
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The CRS 16 launch to the ISS was successful, however during the booster landing phase the hydraulic system controlling the grid fins failed resulting in the booster spinning out of control. The booster still managed to make a soft landing in the wate
The FINNEY phone came out today at a launch event in Barcelona.
Tech companies are compiling incredibly detailed dossiers about you.