Medicine & TechnologyIndiana parents claim that their kids were given with COVID-19 vaccine for adults instead of flu shots. What side effects could this have caused the children? Here's what parents should know about the COVID-19 vaccine for kids.
A "living fossil" alligator gar has been caught in the Neosho River by a fisherman last month for the first time. Experts from the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) are now trying to determine how it got there.
Chalmers University of Technology researchers found that mixing multiple molecules could result in a new type of glass that has potential applications ranging from medicine, solar cell technology, and advanced digital screens.
A new animal study demonstrated how a highly processed food diet is linked to memory loss and what could be done to reverse its inflammatory effects and delay or prevent people from developing dementia.
Engineers from the University of Colorado Boulder and the United Arab Emirates have collaborated to build a space station on an asteroid that will be launched in 2028 with the aim to understand the beginnings of the Solar System.
Diagnostic platform Gazelle™ has a 99% accuracy in diagnosing sickle cell disease (SCD), and now researchers from India’s National Institute of Research in Tribal Health (NIRTH) that this can be used in remote regions to save lives.
Nanosatellites are now the future of satellites because they are cost-efficient, smaller, and can be developed in a shorter period. Their smaller size does not limit the impact they can do to observe Earth's surface.