Published on 2012-12-27 04:13:17
A study published in Nature Geoscience raised many questions that we need to be aware of. The
Earth's temperatures rise sharply in western Antarctica, twice faster than originally estimated.
From 1958 until now, average temperatures have risen by 2
Published on 2012-12-14 12:06:32
The idea that we live in a Matrix-like world is not new. In fact, many scientists say that it is possible to test whether our world is real or a computer simulation.
Published on 2012-12-12 06:42:21
The world of medicine witnessed a new medical breakthrough: a 7 year old girl was miraculously healed from a serious form of leukemia with a disabled form of HIV.
Emma Whitehead was diagnosed with acute form leukemia and she underwent every conventi
Published on 2012-12-02 06:55:36
The secret of immortality may be found in water,because researchers have discovered a creature that rejuvenates and never dies.
Turritopsis dohrnii is a jellyfish whose abnormal cycle of development was first observed in 1988 by Christian Sommer,
Published on 2012-11-19 03:56:29
Men of science at Northwestern Medicine research center had a successful discovery in the field of nanotechnology and multiple sclerosis. They have discovered a perishable nanoparticle that seems to be the complete vehicle to stealthily bear an antig
Published on 2012-11-19 03:32:37
No, this is not a time machine! It's the inside of a CT Scanner.
CT Scan means Computed Tomography scan, and some call it CAT (Computer Axial Tomography) . Mainly, it uses digital geometry to generate a 3D image of the inside of our bodies.
Published on 2012-11-18 02:35:37
Mom is blonde with green eyes, dad is dark-haired and has brown eyes. He has 1, 93m, she, on heels, is barely reaching his shoulder. Will their child inherit Mommy's genetics, or he/she will be a "carbon copy" of his Daddy?
Published on 2012-11-14 08:02:20
The way we live may have a huge impact on our reproductive capabilities: it has been variably evoked that biking, wearing scrawny jeans,using drugs or using the laptop on your can affect the quality of sperm to some extent. The same speculations stat
Published on 2012-11-13 01:51:59
With this new technology developed by Microsoft, you will be able to speak fluent Chinese or Japanese, without knowing any Chinese word.
This translation technology was developed by Microsoft and probably will be the next big thing in the followin
Published on 2012-10-18 08:42:39
Scientists at Stanford University say they have managed to erase traumatic memories of mice while they were sleeping. The study aims to help people suffering from post-traumatic stress, says Nature. The standard treatment involves recollecting and talking about the painful events over and over again, in order to overcome this moment and learn to accept it.
Published on 2012-09-21 05:48:18
For the first time, Scientists were able to observe a distant galaxy which was formed in the early days of the Universe, just 500 million years after the Big Bang. The discovery was possible thanks to the Hubble Space Telescope and the general relativity theory of Albert Einstein.
Published on 2012-09-12 15:55:20
If we are to observe Mars today, there is no way humans can live there in normal conditions. But scientists believe that Mars was not always this way. We are talking about the possibility of water really existed on the surface. Enjoy the video, and don't forget to check us on Facebook
Published on 2012-08-31 05:06:15
A recent study brought out in the journal Respirology divulges that hookah or bong smoking impacts lung function and respiratory symptoms very much like cigarette smoking.Folks usually consider that fuming through a hookah strains the deadly components of tobacco. That's the reason the water pipe it is believed to be less noxious than smoking cigarettes. But, the new study, conduced by Mohammad Hossein Boskabady, MD, PhD, of Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, depict differently.
Published on 2012-08-12 04:17:18
The Brown Recluse Spider is also called violin spider and after watching the following pictures I really understand I should avoid it. These spiders are around 6-20 mm but it may grow larger. You will find violin spiders in abandoned or disorderly shelters.
Published on 2012-05-25 04:01:16
Intel has opened a research institute in Israel in order to develop technologies that mimic the human brain, so they can make computers, smartphones and other devices that will learn about users.
Justin Rattner, director of Intel said that learning computers are a huge opportunity. Contrary to their name, smartphones are not that smart. My smartphone doesn't know more about me know compared to the moment I bought it. All these devices will know us as individuals and will adapt very much for us a [..]
Published on 2012-04-10 04:16:54
Tomi Marjuaho assembled handsets in the last 10 years in Salo, a small town in southern Finland, where Nokia, the largest mobile phone maker in the world, opened a factory in the '80s. In 2010, when Nokia started to feel the full effects of the recession, Marjuaho was fired and he has not found work ever since.
"I was the only support of family and now things are getting harder," says the 39 year old man from union club, where the unemployed tend to gather in the city. "It's the same story for m [..]
Published on 2012-03-29 08:12:31
Processing power of today's smart phones and their ability to perform multiple functions are truly amazing. However, a general problem of these devices is the battery life that feeds them. They don't even come close to the performance these smartphones.
This is why many of us need to carry around an additional MP3 player, or, as we go by car, a GPS, although the smartphone meets with success of these functions and more.
Now, a new technology created by researchers at Northwestern University, U [..]
Published on 2012-03-29 07:44:01
Latest observations of the Messenger probe indicate that there is a high density material reservoir inside the closest planet to the Sun: Mercury
Since it entered the orbit of Mercury, a year ago, NASA's Messenger probe has taken nearly 100,000 photographs, it mapped the gravitational field of Mercury and elevation measurements.
Researchers published last week in Science Express new discoveries about the closest planet to the Sun. According to them, the planet's crust is thicker and thinner a [..]
Published on 2012-03-28 10:02:27
Scientists have found new evidence that serve to elucidate a long-sought mystery:
Which was the origin of life on Earth
Research confirms that life on Earth is possible due to comets that bombarded our planet billions of years ago, storing essential ingredients for its appearance here.
Jennifer G. Blank, research team coordinator, described experiments in the laboratory with powerful tools and computer models. Scientists have recreated the conditions inside comets at the moment when they hit [..]
Published on 2012-02-17 04:51:48
The new Japanese robot is an "avatar" electronically controlled via an interactive suit that allows the user to see through the robot's eyes and feel with his hands, which allows an accurate objects grabbing actions.
The robot, called V Telesar mimic the movements of its pilot. It was created by Japanese researchers from Keio University.
The view "through the eye" of the robot is achieved through a 3D headset, the robotic body can move in seven different directions.
Telesar's sensors [..]
Published on 2012-01-18 04:26:29
A team of neuroscientists researchers at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, New York, USA, led by Professor Pavel Osten, has developed a new technique to create images of the entire brain, after having conducted experiments on the brains of mice.
The new technique takes successive images of brain sections precisely, using a laser microscope with two photons. The resulting images are then computer processed, resulting in a three-dimensional image of the entire brain.
Developed in conjunction with [..]
Published on 2012-01-10 04:22:53
An American pathologist from Indiana University along with an international team of researchers extracted DNA samples from the brains of deceased patients belonging to the period 1896-1938 in order to observe if they contain genes related to schizophrenia or other mental illness.
It is believed that schizophrenia is caused by certain genetic variations, but researchers were unable to identify the precise mutation or series of mutations that are directly related to the disease.
Scientists to [..]
Published on 2011-12-02 03:26:01
Folks who consume baked or baked fish every week could be ameliorating their brain wellness and cutting down their risk of getting mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and Alzheimer's disease.
The study establishes a direct connection between fish eating habbits, brain structure and Alzheimer's risk.
"The results showed that people who consumed baked or broiled fish at least one time per week had better preservation of gray matter volume on MRI in brain areas at risk for Alzheimer's disease."
Published on 2011-10-31 01:25:34
Researchers at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland are workin on a type of artificial blood that will be ready for human tests in two or three years. The artificial blood is created from divisible stem cells harvested from adult bone marrow. The fresh created blood will be O Negative and could be used for 98% of patients.
Basically, blood is a liquid material that carries oxygen and other nutrients through the veins and arteries. Every day people are injured or develop problems that require [..]
Published on 2011-10-19 11:29:42
I'm sure everyone heard about foods that are not good for your health: pork, fats, junk food, etc. But what should we eat and how should we treat our body in order to live longer?
If you want to have a healthier and longer life then you should eat natural food. Stop buying from your local drugstore pills stuffed with large complex of vitamins. Nutritionists advise you to try a cheaper and safer option. Why pay for pills when you can pay for the real deal?
"We know that fruit and vegetable die [..]
Published on 2011-09-20 02:17:46
Artificial blood vessels created in the laboratory with a 3D printer could be used in organ transplantation soon .
The major obstacle encountered so far in creating artificial tissues was supplying them with nutrients, which is done naturally through capillaries.
A team of researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute in Germany has solved this problem by using a 3D printer and a technique called two-photon polymerisation.
There are thousands of patients who desperately needed a transplant and s [..]
Published on 2011-09-18 03:25:46
Superstring theory is an effort to find an answer for all of the atoms and cardinal forces of nature in one hypothesis by molding them as oscillations of tiny supersymmetric strings. Superstring theory is a stenography for supersymmetric string theory because contrary to bosonic string theory, it's the adaptation of string theory that contains fermions and supersymmetry.
Physicist Brian Greene gives a short explanation of superstring theory, a concept that minuscule strands of energy vibrating [..]
Published on 2011-09-18 03:14:08
Scientists at intel developed an experimental CPU that brings a %500 increase in energy efficiency.
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Published on 2011-09-04 05:34:54
SixthSense is the latest effort from Pattie Maes and Pranav Mistry. The setup features a camera, a projector, a little mirror, phone and colored caps. The components communicates with the cellphone that will access all the data you need. The system tracks the four fingers and recognizes various gestures (zoom in/out, take a picture, organize, resize). It's still a work in progress but its capabilities are just amazing.
Published on 2011-06-30 17:04:10
You want to hide your age? If that's the case, you need watch carefully where you spit. Men of science from UCLA discovered a saliva test that will reveal your real age. This new discovery opens doors for a wide range of applications. A fresh patente
Published on 2011-06-30 17:02:17
Fetching the real life into the brain digital scanner, men of science at The University of Western Ontario from The Centre for Brain and Mind can at present ascertain the action an individual was planning, bare moments ahead that action is actually a
Published on 2011-06-28 04:05:36
These are the first photos of asteroid 2011 MD as it makes its very close pass by Earth. The asteroid passed at only 7,600 miles above the Earth's surface. It is about 5-20 meters in diameter and in an orbit similar to Earth's around the Sun. Extra o
Published on 2011-06-28 03:56:34
Stargazers’ research on stars could have an impact on the human body.
Ohio State University uranologists are trying to develop a possible new radiotherapy treatment that will help combat cancer. The freshly discovered technology is designated to be
Published on 2011-06-23 04:49:54
A mere tap could be sufficient to charge your portable device thanks to a breakthrough made at RMIT University and Australian National University.Altough this is not new technology, it's a major step towards the discovery of self-powering gadgets. Th
Published on 2011-06-21 00:59:38
If you thought Matrix was unreal, think again. Remember when Neo learned Jiu-Jitsu in seconds? Well it seems that it's not that far from possible. Men of science have discovered a chip that allows lab rats to instantly acquire new information. Applyi
Published on 2011-06-20 11:02:25
New Japanese supercomputer is more powerful than the next five fastest computers combined
A Nipponese supercomputer assembled by Fujitsu Co. Took hold of the title of world's fastest computer. The previous winner was a Chinese rival. This means Japan
Published on 2011-05-27 02:05:57
The new trial demonstrates that patients that take the new drug extend their life with four months. The new discovered drug seems to ease the pain in most of cases.
The drug named Zytiga, was discovered by British scientists at the Institute of Canc
Published on 2011-05-26 03:04:41
Although this will start a creation-evolution debate, it's interesting to see the evolution of species in 5 minutes!
Published on 2011-05-26 02:54:10
Astronomers have developed the most concluding 3D representation of the close universe up to now. Using high resolution telescopes they evaluated distances to a whopping 45,000 galaxies out to a length of 380 million light-years. Contrary to the kno
Published on 2011-05-02 02:47:27
Men of science at the United States of America section of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory have produced a 3D photovoltaic cell which could rise PV light-to-energy conversion rates by 80%.
Generally, when sunlight hits the surface of a sol
Published on 2011-03-03 03:50:12
Natural hormones have the same structure as the ones naturally found in the human body. That's the main reason they're called bio-identical hormones. Bio-identical hormones are combined in a exceptional type of pharmaceutics known as a compounding ph
Published on 2011-01-20 03:50:44
Laser hair removal therapy has become really big business these days. Some companies has numerous centers nationwide and they make really good money with it. Some of the smallest centers are fighting back claiming that on some of this big centers the
Published on 2011-01-20 03:30:41
The causes to this disease are still unknown; there could be one or numerous causes. It's incidence is pretty low, so makes acquiring information about this disease exceedingly difficult. Analyzes of PPH also have been challenging because a dependabl
Published on 2011-01-18 10:03:10
As the title evokes, this agile industrial robot can catch anything that lay in its way (via conveyer belt) and softly place it in its suitable space. Now, this may not appear all that new: even tiny children could play the Milton-Bradley game Perfec
Published on 2011-01-18 08:51:38
We live in a fast world, and technology changed the life of many. Some will argue that the theory that all technology around us brings us closer is amazing, but in reality many of us are all the time on their cell phones and rarely interact face to f
Published on 2011-01-03 06:00:00
Man has evolved a lot since dark ages, but this does not mean our actual way of living is healthy. Here are some advices that will help you live longer.
Exercise every day
As you know, technology helped us a lot, but also gave us the sedentary
Published on 2010-12-15 08:20:51
In a recent study, it was ascertain that not just heart attacks are troubling teens this days, but cerebrovascular accident also, allege neurologists, who are seeing rise in the incidence of brain strokes in youngs working too hard, partying to exten
Published on 2010-11-24 12:44:47
It is known that the majority of human analyzes of cellular phones and brain cancer did not find an actual connection between cell phone irradiation and cell phones use, but that is mostly because of the restrictions of studies themselves. Brain canc
Published on 2010-09-22 04:29:22
University Hospitals Case Medical Center heart surgeon have revealed new study indicating an expanded risk of cancer with a group of blood pressure medicines known as angiotensin-receptor blockers (ARBs).
This type of drugs is applied along millions
Published on 2010-06-15 01:19:26
Americans acquire the virtually all medical radiation in the global, even to a higher degree than people in other productive countries. The United States scores for half of the modernest operations that use radiation, and the normal American's dose h
Published on 2010-06-14 03:09:27
Sensational house, projected by SeARCH and Christian Muller Architects, is fully integrated in the alpine landscape of Vals, Switzerland. The outstanding characteristic of Christian Müller Architects is an crazy inventive flexibility in project-appr