"Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day, teach him to fish and he will destroy the planet..."
Hold on to your butts!
MAX HODAK WANTS US TO CREATE BRAND-NEW, "SUPER EXOTIC" DINOSAURS.
Fresh out of their winter den, this mama black bear in Connecticut had her paws full--trying to get all four cubs across the road as cars piled up in both directions.
Going the hole hog: Lion claws through mud for seven hours to uncover a warthog hiding in its burrow
For the first time, a team of scientists has created a synthetic single-celled organism that can divide and grow like a regular living cell.
As calls for mandatory COVID-19 vaccination grow around the world, it's becoming ever more crucial to understand what these injections actually are.
Creation of mini-organs using stem cells will help research into tear-related disorders
While we've seen fossilized dinosaur eggs and embryos before, paleontologists have now discovered an unprecedented three-for-one – a fossilized dinosaur parent sitting on a nest of eggs, in which embryos are present.
The Svalbard Global Seed Vault on the Norwegian island of Spitsbergen in the remote Arctic Svalbard archipelago appears to be losing its appeal as scientists propose a "lunar ark" to house millions of species of seeds, sperm, eggs, and DNA.
Bill Gates, Microsoft, mRNA vaccines, and the global plot to turn human DNA, protein synthesis, and immune function into a programmable operating system
Situation Update – Bill Gates aiding Communist China in harvesting DNA of Americans to build race-specific BIOWEAPONS
A team of researchers led by professor of pharmaceutical sciences John Chaputa at the University of California, Irvine (UCI) is developing methods for storing vast amounts of data on strands of synthetic DNA that are much tougher than natural DNA.
World's oldest-known wild bird hatches another new chick: 70-year-old albatross named Wisdom rears her 40th youngster
3D printers may one day become a permanent fixture of operating rooms, now that Australian scientists showed they could print bone-like structures containing living cells.
A study in human fertility has many wondering if mankind is heading towards a future where childbirth is a rare or even impossible occurrence.
China is racing to create "genetically-modified soldiers" through human experimentations and gene editing.
I am looking forward to interviewing Dawn Lester and David Parker, the authors of the massive book "What Really Makes You Ill?" a magnum opus of research presenting evidence that the germ theory is a fallacy.
Bing Su, a Chinese geneticist at the state-run Kunming Institute of Zoology, recently inserted the human MCPH1 gene, which develops the brain, into a monkey.
A tiny new species of chameleon has been discovered, and it seems to be the smallest reptile in the world.
A novel Australian trial is set to investigate the popular yet still deeply unproven practice of microdosing psychedelics.
In a new study, German scientists have restored the ability to walk in mice that had been paralyzed after a complete spinal cord injury.
Frozen carcass of an extinct woolly rhino from the Ice Age is unearthed from the Siberian permafrost -- with its hazel-coloured hair still intact even after around 34,000 years
It's long been thought that our cells stop dividing as we age as a natural preventative measure against cancer.
Researchers at Tel Aviv University have demonstrated that the CRISPR genome editing system is very effective in treating metastatic cancers, a significant step on the way to finding a cure for cancer.
Researchers have detected phosphorus on a comet – thereby completing the grocery list of elements that are essential for life.