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Paving the way for bionic humans
Just like you would hope, something very cool was revealed at the 2015 Experimental Biology conference in Boston: the biomedical company Organovo showed off its technique for 3D printing human kidney tissue.
Cameras on drones are awesome, but they can only show you what's already there
Right now, in the 21st century, South Korean scientists are actually working to resurrect the prehistoric woolly mammoth using cloning technology and the flesh of perfectly preserved specimen once buried in Northern Siberia.
An old aviators' joke goes like this: In the future, airline cockpit crews will consist of one pilot and a dog.
Google's Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) group was working on a project that would increase battery life on mobile devices by 5 to 10 times before Google killed it, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
More than 285 million people around the world have vision loss and blindness. No matter what the degree, losing some or all of your sight can be emotionally devastating, says Anne Sumers, MD.
Raw honey and coconut oil are two of the most powerful and popular healing foods around. Both have been used for centuries to treat common ailments, as well to support the health and beauty of one's hair and skin.
Flash storage technology will soon see a three-fold improvement in data density thanks to a joint development at Intel and Micron that will allow the production of 3.5 TB flash sticks and 10 TB standard-sized SSDs.
Poor circulation is usually associated with swelling or puffiness in the feet, ankles, and calves, but if you sit most of the day without exercising--even if you don't experience these symptoms--chances are your circulation may not be the best.
Getting older and even just the thought of getting older can bring about considerable anxiety for many individuals.
Scientists recreated a 9th Century Anglo-Saxon remedy using onion, garlic and part of a cow's stomach.
Some Tesla observers are convinced that it will be a battery, based on the design that powers the company's automobiles, yet large enough to keep the lights on at a home.
MADRID: A Spanish hospital said Monday it has successfully carried out the world's most complex face transplant, reconstructing the lower face, neck, mouth, tongue and back of the throat of a man terribly disfigured by disease.
Feeling the pressure from Tesla, major automakers are looking to play catch up with electric cars, which includes setting new standards.
Packed into boxes, foam peanuts provide gentle protection. But stuffed into a lithium-ion battery, they pack a powerful electrical punch, researchers reported March 23 at the national meeting of the American Chemical Society.
The major antioxidant compound found in olive oil is capable of killing cancer cells in less than an hour while leaving healthy cells unharmed, according to a study conducted by researchers from Rutgers University and Hunter College and published in
Researchers at the Ohio State University have discovered how to control heat with magnetic fields, proving that both heat and sound have magnetic properties.
Heart disease claims the lives of 610,000 people in the United States every year, which breaks down to one death out of every four.
Kevin Evison has been an amputee since 1982 and has been using the Bebionic for 15 months. I asked how it compared to his previous prosthetic. "Blows the other one out the water," he said. "This is the Rolls-Royce of hands."
"Just 500 micrograms of the stuff - that's five ten thousandths [0.0005] of what a paper clip weighs - is enough to kill a man,"
Artificial pancreases are on their way.
You might remember Nuvo from its prenatal music system released back in 2010, but the company's latest efforts, known as the Ritmo Beats and PregSense, are decidedly more ambitious.
Lyons Motor Car is not a carmaker with which many people will be familiar, having only been founded in 2011 and not having ever released a car.
Adaptalux is a modular lighting system which features flexible spider-like LED arms to offer macro photographers and videographers adaptable and creative lighting options.
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Standing is great for your health--Burn calories! Live longer! Tone those calves!--but only if you're not forced to do it for hours on end.
In the fall of 2008, CERN's high-energy physicists ran into a problem.
A newly granted patent would let you view friends, family and even pets from your mobile device as they move through their day.