SCIENCE


Bizarre phenomenon in California ! 'Giant Rivers' in the sky causing chaos among residents

This month, the percentage of California still stuck in a drought dropped by 22 percent in a single week, as the wettest winter in decades saw an onslaught of storms deliver record-breaking rains across the state. Read More...


A bizarre event in the Pacific Ocean can have devastating effects on the climate: ''The strangest meteorological event in decades'

A vast patch of abnormally warm water in the Pacific Ocean - nicknamed the blob - resulted in increased levels of ozone above the Western US, researchers have found. Read More...

The World Health Organization has made a list of the most dangerous antibiotic-resistant bacteria

For the first time ever, the World Health Organization has drawn up a list of the highest priority needs for new antibiotics — marching orders, it hopes, for the pharmaceutical industry. Read More...


Another step into the future: A new kind of magnet recently discovered, Will revolutionize today's technology


Scientists have discovered the magnetism of electrons in three layers of graphene. This study reveals a new kind of magnet and provides insight on how electronic devices using graphene could be made for fundamental studies as well as various applications. Read More...

It was discovered a huge reservoir of melted carbon deep beneath Earth's surface in the Western United States  Read More...

IBM is Rolling out the World's First Universal 'Quantum Computing' Service

We're all excited about the potential of quantum computers - devices that will harness strange quantum phenomena to perform calculations far more powerful than anything conventional computers can do today. Read More...

Einstein vs Tagore: One of the most important historical discussion about religion and science

On July 14, 1930, Albert Einstein welcomed into his home on the outskirts of Berlin the Indian philosopher, musician, and Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore.  Read More...
Amazing Spider Silk properties will lead to the creation of artificial muscles

Our muscles are amazing structures. With the trigger of a thought, muscle filaments slide past each other and bundles of contracting fibers pull on the bones moving our bodies. Read More...

New Revolutionary mind-reading technology allows immobilized patients to communicate again

The technology to control a computer using only your thoughts has existed for decades. Yet we’ve made limited progress in using it for its original purpose: helping people with severe disabilities to communicate Read More...

Scientists have created new forms of life containing '' Artificial DNA'' This could be the beginning of a whole new life form.

Scientists have engineered the first ever 'semi-synthetic' organisms, by breeding E. coli bacteria with an expanded, six-letter genetic code. While every living thing on Earth is formed  Read More...

DOCTORS SUCCESSFULLY TREAT TWO BABIES WITH LEUKEMIA USING GENE-EDITED IMMUNE CELLS

n a study out this week in the journal Science Translational Medicine, a group of British doctors reported that they had successfully “cured” two infants of the blood cancer leukemia using a treatment that involves genetically modified immune cells from a donor. Read More...

This fascinating periodic table shows the origin of each atom in the human body. "We are made of stardust"

The average adult human is made up of  (7 octillion) atoms, and most of them are hydrogen - the most common element in the Universe, produced by the Big Bang 13.8 billion years ago. Read More...

Artificial Intelligence Used to ID Skin Cancer. Deep learning algorithm does as well as dermatologists in identifying skin cancer

It's scary enough making a doctor's appointment to see if a strange mole could be cancerous. Imagine, then, that you were in that situation while also living far away from the nearest doctor, unable to take time off work and unsure Read More...

10,000 years ago, the Sahara Desert was one of the wettest areas on Earth

Thousands of years ago, it didn’t just rain on the Sahara Desert. It poured.
Grasslands, trees, lakes and rivers once covered North Africa’s now arid, unforgiving landscape. From about 11,000 to 5,000 years ago, much higher rainfall rates than previously estimated created that “Green Sahara,” Read More...

Earth is Flat, Vaccines are bad and Global Warming is a myth. What makes people reject scientific research?

A lot happened in 2016, but one of the biggest cultural shifts was the rise of fake news - where claims with no evidence behind them (e.g. the world is flat) get shared as fact alongside evidence-based, peer-reviewed findings (e.g. climate change is happening). Read More...

The new supercomputer “Minerva” has been put into operation at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics 

With 9,504 compute cores, 38 TeraByte memory and a peak performance of 302.4 TeraFlop/s it is more than six times as powerful as its predecessor. The scientists of the department “Astrophysical and Cosmological Relativity” Read More...

Top 10 scientists who were killed by their experiments

Not always an experiment is successful sometimes the consequences can be fatal, as shown in these 10 cases. These events are redefining the proverb "no good thing goes unpunished." For these scientists, desire for knowledge has led to their death. Read More...

Scientists offer a new path to creating the extreme conditions found in stars, using ultra-short laser pulses irradiating nanowires.

The energy density contained in the center of a star is higher than we can imagine -- many billions of atmospheres, compared with the 1 atmosphere of pressure we live with here on Earth's surface. Read More...


Cellular reprogramming has been used to reverse ageing

For the first time, scientists have used cellular reprogramming to reverse the ageing process in living animals, enabling mice with a form of premature ageing to live 30 percent longer than control animals. Read More...

Earth's mantle cools more quickly than was previously thought
Oceanic crust newly formed thinner than the old one, according to research. This indicates that the shell thinning earth cooled more quickly than was previously supposed Read More...


The human brain does not fully mature until the age of 30 years. 
The new discovery raises questions regarding punishment of criminals under 30 years.
For the most sophisticated processes such as attention, perception, decision-making and risk-taking, the brain begins reaching maturity until the fourth decade. Read More...

The biggest mistake in the history of science.
Science is one of the most remarkable innovations of mankind. This was a source of inspiration and understanding of social change, economic and medical. However, some findings have brought more destruction than benefit. Here is one of the biggest mistakes in the history of science.  Read More...

A famous physicist demonstrated that the 2015 Nobel Prize for Physics was awarded to the wrong person
The report does not claim the prize holders deserved or not that research was flawed, the physicist argues that the way the commission interpreted discovery is wrong. Read More...


A big step in to the future: The first solar street in the world. VIDEO

The world's first solar street was commissioned in the province of Normandy in north-eastern France.
One kilometer of road was paved with solid solar panels  (2,800 square meters of solar tiles) that produce energy.
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A new organ was discovered in the human body

Last year – although a rather grim one by other measures – was a splendid one for research. From gravitational waves to cooing dinosaurs, we’ve uncovered a lot about the world around us, but as a remarkable new study has revealed, there’s a lot within us we’ve yet to discover too. Read More...

Massive underwater earthquake of 7.3 on the Richter scale occurred off the coast of the Philippines

A massive 7.3 magnitude underwater earthquake has struck off the coast of the Philippines, it has emerged. The quake, southeast of the island of Jolo , was measured at a depth of 380 miles in the Celebes Sea, the US Geological Survey said. But Philippine seismologists say it was Read More...


The highest monument in the world will be built on an artificial island in India

The construction of the tallest monument in the world started in India. The gigantic statue will represent the Indian national hero Shivaji, who lived and reigned in the eighteenth century. Read More...

Human Appendix could have an important biological function
One of the first things you learn about evolution in school is that the human body has a number of 'vestigial' parts - appendix, wisdom teeth, tailbone - that gradually fell out of use as we adapted to more advanced lifestyles than our primitive ancestors. Read More...  


Big Diamonds From Great Depths: The most valuable jewelry offers researchers important information from the depths of the Earth
Evan Smith wanted to get his hands on the world's biggest diamonds — the kind that sit atop royal scepters, and the ones that are always the target of elaborate movie heists.  Read More...
How to influence a dreams content before sleep? Research shows there are ways to train yourself to take control of your dreams.
If  your dreams are particularly boring, or if you just want to have a little more fun at night, scientists say you may be able to control what you dream about. Even better is that it’s possible to take control of your dream and do whatever you want! Read More...

Why we have nightmares? What produces these depraved nocturnal deliriums, and what purpose they serve?
What produces these depraved nocturnal deliriums, and what purpose they serve, are questions that neuroscientists, shamans, and technicolor dreamcoat-wearers have attempted to answer since the dawn of man Read More...

Einstein's Theory Just Put the Brakes on the Sun's Spin
Although the sun is our nearest star, it still hides many secrets. But it seems that one solar conundrum may have been solved and a theory originally proposed in 1905 by Albert Einstein could be at the root of it all. Read More...

After millennia, Harvard researchers appear to have finally discovered the origin of forming consciousness
However, some of them claim to have found finally its origin after they have identified a link between three specific areas of the brain that appear to be crucial in terms of the emergence of consciousness. Read More...

Four new symbols have been added to Mendeleev periodic table ( Nihonium, Moscovium, Tennesseen and Oganessiin )
As  of November 8, the periodic table, developed by Dmitry Mendeleev was officially completed four new symbols, according to press office of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry Read More...

A medicine that promises to treat Alzheimer has been tested on humans
Alzheimer's has remained the most common form of mental illness and is the sixth cause of death in the United States, but a viable and safe drug could not be achieved until now. Read More...

"The Gate to Hell" the crater that burns without stopping since 1971
Is a gas field in Derwa, Turkmenistan, which crashed in a cave in 1971, becoming a crater natural gas.Geologists have set fire to prevent releasing methane gas and then burns continuously. The diameter of the crater is 69 meters and its depth of 30 meters.. Read More...

Angus Barbieri the man who survived without food for 382 days
Most people can survive without food a few weeks, but eventually starvation kill them.
Determining limits a person can live without vital resources fluctuate. Can live without water for at least a week, but if during the food may vary. Read More...

Yoshinori Ohsumi won the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 2016
Winner of the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine is Japan's Yoshinori Ohsumi, autophagy mechanism for discovery. Errors in these genes can cause a range of diseases, and these findings help explain the causes of diseases like cancer or Parkinson's disease. Read More...

New Dan Brown novel entitled "Origins" out next year in the popular series of The Da Vinci Code
Robert Langdon, the famous "symbologist" from Harvard, created by writer Dan Brown, wipes dust off the tweed jacket and on his shirt the color of coal and engage in solving another mystery in future novel author c- s, Brown announced his publishers. Read More...


NOBEL PHYSICS 2016. Nobel Prize winners are David DJ. Thouless, F. M. Duncan Haldane and J. Michael Kosterlitz
Physics Prize winners for 2016 announced on Tuesday the Nobel committee in Stockholm.  Read More...
Where the brain retains memories
For the first time in the history of research, scientists were able to identify what they think are the places where memories are formed and stored our. Briefly, neurons working with information about who we are and about the things you've done or I've lived in the past. Read More...
Ranking of countries with the healthiest people
In a study published in the medical journal The Lance was revealed the top countries with the healthiest population.
The research, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, was driven largely by the United Nations. Read More...


Researchers have revealed how Lucy, the oldest human ancestor, died
The known fossil of an ancestor is known by the name of Lucy. The new details about how he died were published in a study.
By using CT researchers have evaluated the fossil fractures of 3.81 million years ago. Read More...










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