Hackers may have a new way of obtaining your biometric data – by secretly listening in to the sound of your finger swiping on your smartphone.
Scientists have successfully grown working "testicles in a dish" that could one day help solve male infertility, which affects one in 12 men worldwide.
After more than a century of slamming particles together, physicists have a pretty good idea of what goes on in the heart of the atom. Electrons buzz in probabilistic clouds around a nucleus of protons and neutrons, each of which contains a trio of b
The WHO's pandemic treaty 'incentivizes each nation to participate in GoF research' and could help hide the source of a future biolab leak, A Midwestern Doctor warned.
You can cram much more quantum processing power into a given space if you use four different ways to store data on a single atom, according to new research.
Imagine that some combination of circumstances end with you walking into a so-so bar, then accidentally causing some gigantic brute to spill his drink. Imagine also that this brute just learned that his girlfriend moved out, taking his bank account w
Why did the Japanese and the Germans use bolt-action rifles in WWII when they knew it was outdated and useless against the the allied weapons like the M1 Garand? Or maybe they didn't know, but why?" There's a saying in the firearms community:
In an X Spaces event, Elon Musk revealed the first human patient implanted with a brain chip from Neuralink has made a "full recovery" and "can control the mouse around the screen just by thinking."
In 2023, the world experienced another wave of science and technology (S&T) innovation, from the introduction of the first over-the-counter birth control pill in the U.S. to the stunning growth of ChatGPT and artificial intelligence.
The US Food and Drug Administration has approved the first injectable medication to treat frostbite.
In the middle of 2023, a study conducted by the HuthLab at the University of Texas sent shockwaves through the realms of neuroscience and technology.
Do women prefer a mammogram to test for breast cancer? Or would they rather place a tiny sample of saliva on a test strip and get the results in under five seconds?
Graphene, called the miracle material, has taken its place among the global rush industry. Today, there has been a great enhancement in graphene rush globally.
Architectural firm the Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) is known for reshaping city skylines with its innovative designs. One of its latest projects, which is undergoing construction in central Copenhagen, does just that. Dubbed Kaktus Towers, this iconic b
The exterior is finished in corrugated tin with a rubberized coating and is defined by its generous glazing. However, it can also be totally closed up using sliding shutters when not in use, making it resemble a simple agricultural shed. Visitors ent
Anyone who has ever been to a loud concert knows the feeling of ringing ears. Some people experience temporary or even permanent hearing loss or drastic changes in their perception of sound after the loud noises stop.
Phase 2 clinical trials using orally administered gold nanocrystals to treat multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's disease have produced promising results, restoring metabolites linked to crucial energy activity in the brain that are depleted in these
Belgian boy, 13, is first person in the world to be CURED of extremely deadly brain cancer after becoming a super-responder to experimental drug
This site published an article back in 2019 on "smart chips for the brain."
Interactive chart reveals how people perceive you based on everything from the size of your cheeks to the movement of your eyes
Hundreds of chemicals stream from our bodies into the air every second. These chemicals release into the air easily as they have high vapor pressures, meaning they boil and turn into gases at room temperature. They give clues about who we are, and ho
The mRNA vaccines have multiple known side effects, including heart inflammation and severe allergic shock. Those may stem from hypersensitivity reactions, which can be elicited by "any LNP-mRNA component" but are most likely triggered by PEGlyat
It was clear this list was a giant killer, and I told everyone who would listen to me at the Post that we needed to put all the money, all the people, and all the incentives into digital. I insisted that the bosses had to make readers feel like digit
In December 2022, scientists at the US National Ignition Facility announced a historic milestone: for the first time, their laser-powered fusion reaction had 'broken even', producing more energy than it consumed.
With the onslaught of humanoids that were introduced in 2023, it seems Atlas, the humanoid that set the stage for so much of today's humanoid progression, has fallen out of the limelight. But on its YouTube channel today, Boston Dynamics said not s
Ancient creatures are emerging from the cold storage of melting permafrost, almost like something out of a horror movie.
But before Smith and her family had even packed their snow pants, she realized she didn't feel good. "I woke up feeling just a little bit nauseous, and I wasn't sure why. Throughout the course of the day, I started to feel worse and worse and star
A cataract is a painless clouding of the eye's lens, obstructing the passage of light to the retina. The retina's nerve cells detect light and transmit signals to the brain, enabling vision. Cataracts, by impeding light transmission, can lead to
Scientists are intrigued and amazed that 40 years of exposure to 6 times the acceptable radiation for humans has resulted in wolves an evolutionary adaptation in an incredibly short time.
Radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation (RF-EMR) from various sources may impact health due to the generation of frequency bands. Broad pulses emitted within frequency bands can be absorbed by cells, influencing their function. Numerous laboratory s