MEDICINE & HEALTHOct 19, 2015
Two people have fallen ill with Ebola in Guinea, the World Health Organization said on Friday, dashing hopes of an imminent end to the worst recorded outbreak of the disease after a two-week spell without any new cases across West Africa.
MEDICINE & HEALTH 02:11 AM
Hallucination, like dreams, comes from things we already know.
ENVIRONMENT & CLIMATE 01:51 AM
Climate changes have resulted in Horn of Africa to dry up.
ENVIRONMENT & CLIMATE 01:35 AM
The shores of Alcatraz had a suprise for its tourists as a showcase of nature amazed them.
MEDICINE & HEALTH 09:58 PM
Measles is definitely something that people should be concerned, especially being vaccinated against it
3. Nov 27, 2015
Samsung Gear VR: The Closest Thing To Virtual Reality
4. Nov 25, 2015
How Loneliness Affects Your Overall Physical Health -- Study
TECH & INNOVATION Oct 14, 2015
ENVIRONMENT & CLIMATE
Florida is famous for many things: abundant sunshine, beautiful beaches, a surplus of theme parks, and more tourists than you can shake a stick at. But it's also renowned for its hurricanes. Luckily, scientists at the University of Miami no longer have to wait around for hurricane season to study the dynamics of these massive storms, they can now produce them on demand.
2. Nov 23, 2015
The Paris Climate Summit Is A Step Closer To Solving Global Warming
4. Nov 25, 2015
Crib Bumpers-Related Death Increasing, Study Reveals
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2. Nov 27, 2015
Microsoft Feature Phone Nokia 230 Revealed
Nov 27, 2015
Canada has warmed more rapidly than most parts of the planet.
Nov 26, 2015
The company announced that it would donate for every financial transaction paid by the use of Android Pay.
Nov 23, 2015
Biomedical and invasive research on chimpanzees will no longer be supported by the United States National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Nov 15, 2015
A new planet is discovered with similarities to Earth and has an atmosphere.
Nov 10, 2015
During a risky spacewalk, two astronauts successfully dodged over specks of highly toxic ammonia last Friday to repair the cooling system at the International Space Station.
Nov 08, 2015
NASA scientists thought that flurry images that look like snow are actually fast moving energetic particles, which NASA calls solar radiation storm that hit an instrument on Solar and Heliospheric Observatory on Oct. 29, 2015.
Aug 21, 2015
According to new research, the equatorial electrojet about 60 miles above the surface of the Earth could be disturbing electrical grids near the equator when it amps up.
Aug 17, 2015
Experiements in the chamber with the weakest magnetic field on Earth could answer fundamental questions for theoretical physics science.
May 30, 2015
Retired experimental physicist Leon Lederman is now 92 years old and facing serious health problems and memory loss. So he took to an online auction and sold his 1988 Nobel prize for his co-discovery of subatomic particle called the muon neutrino to cover his costs. The price of Nobel fame online? $765,002.
May 19, 2015
University of Utah engineers have taken a big step toward computing at the speed of light. Their research will help create the next generation of computers and mobile devices-devices that will be capable of speeds millions of times faster than machines are now.
Nov 06, 2015
Google's parent company Alphabet is presenting a new email program that determines on your behalf what emails get a short response or prepares a few replies. Dubbed as the 'Smart Reply', answering email can now be a tap away.
Sep 08, 2015
A new plant is discovered to be TNT resistant.
Sep 06, 2015
Is the suspension of the Vaccine development really for the better