But when Leebrick tried to tell people the truth about burying all the other plastic, she says people didn't want to hear it. "I remember the first meeting where I actually told a city council that it was costing more to recycle than it was to d
Until Friday, the China National Space Administration (CNSA) was very secretive about landing plans for its Mars rover. Then the China Association for Science and Technology (CAST) chief adviser of Interplanetary Exploration Ye Peijian announced in a
This week a mild Coronal Mass Ejection off the sun blasted past Earth. It was only a mild CME with solar winds at 500km per second, which is a medium kind of speed. The experts were all predicting a G1 class Geomagnetic storm, and were a bit astonish
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Twitter suspends a conservative parliamentarian for 'incitement to hate'
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Researchers at the University of Nottingham have developed an ultrasonic imaging system, which can be deployed on the tip of a hair-thin optical fibre, and will be insertable into the human body to visualise cell abnormalities in 3D.
A new psychedelic-like 'wonder drug' could treat depression and post-traumatic stress disorder--without causing hallucinogenic 'tripping'.
A food-tech startup in upstate New York has developed technology to preserve food without refrigeration for months beyond when it would normally spoil, without the use of artificial preservatives.
Philip Zimbardo describes the classic and controversial study suggesting how ordinary, decent people can commit heinous acts.
When someone is paralyzed from the neck down, it goes without saying that they can no longer write words out by hand.
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"We are no longer talking about simply cutting and pasting DNA but actually being able to program the specific nucleotide code that goes into a cell," says Timothy Lu, associate member of the Broad Institute and director of the Synthetic Biology
The continuing miniaturization of electronics is opening up some exciting possibilities when it comes to what we might place in our bodies to monitor and improve our health.
In this video we are going to look at three new wing designs that can benefit Electric Aviation. These are the Fanwing, the X-Wing and the Truss Braced Wings.
How Carbon Nanotubes Will Change the World
I knew they were bad, but this was blistering:
"The vision is that a small number of individuals in the target population could be vaccinated, and the vaccine strain would then circulate in the population much like a pathogenic virus," the report stated.
Researchers have used carbon dots, created from human hair waste sourced from a barbershop, to create a kind of 'armor' to improve the performance of cutting-edge solar technology.
The Zoi Meet app, which can instantly translate 12 languages, is now available on Vuzix AR glasses.
Vitamin D is essential for proper immune functioning and alleviation of inflammation. The beneficial effects of vitamin D on protective immunity are due in part to its impact on the innate immune system and has numerous effects on cells within the im
A "new" proposal by the Biden administration to create a health-focused federal agency modeled after DARPA is not what it appears to be. Promoted as a way to "end cancer," this resuscitated "health DARPA" conceals a dangerous agenda.
Genetically modified mosquitoes have been released for the first time in the United States as part of an experiment to combat insect-borne diseases such as Dengue fever, yellow fever, and the Zika virus.
Now, these words may be somewhat jarring - the vaccine is a liquid that gets injected in your arm. How can we talk about source code?
In a shining example of the inexorable march of technology, IBM has unveiled new semiconductor chips with the smallest transistors ever made.
Graphene just keeps getting weirder. Engineers at ETH Zurich have now managed to tweak the overachieving material so that some parts of a flake can be an electrical insulator while other areas act as a superconductor, just nanometers apart.
By turning modern scientific tools on an antibiotic discovered 70 years ago, researchers have unearthed a previously unknown mechanism it uses to pierce and pop superbugs like balloons.
The top scientist in the US Space Force said last week that human augmentation should be embraced and that it is "imperative" for the US military to start working on such technology that could create a type of super-soldier.