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Drugs & Genetics: Why Do Some People Respond to Drugs Differently than Others?

Experimental Procedure<p>Determining How Genetics Change Drug Responses<p>You can choose any common drug to study for this science project. Table 1 lists …

Scientists Think the Speed of Light Has Slowed, and They're Trying to Prove It

A controversial theory that would overturn Einstein’s theory of general relativity could soon be tested.<p>In 1905, a 26-year-old Albert Einstein changed physics forever when he outlined his theory of special relativity. This theory outlined the relationship between space and time and is founded on …

Physics

New Micro Drone 3.5 Offers First Person Flying Using VR Headsets (Updated)

<b>Updated:</b><p><b>It looks like this project has been suspended by Kickstarter, thanks for the heads up from some of our readers.</b><p>Pascal the creators of the …

10 smart home technologies to look out for

As technology develops, our home lives are becoming increasingly automated. In this article, we will look at just some of the smart home solutions …

Smart Homes

13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do

We all reach critical points in our lives where our mental strength is tested. It might be a toxic friend or colleague, a dead-end job, or a …

Your Dog Remembers More Than You Think, New Research Suggests

Pioneering new research shows that dogs have a more human-like memory than previously thought—which means you might want to rethink having sex in front of your furry friend.<p>Bad news for animal lovers committed to the pursuit of carnal pleasures in front of their canine friends: Your dog is watching …

Pets

Researchers Dig Into Boston's Mysterious 'Tsunami of Molasses'

In 1919, a holding tank filled with 2.3 million gallons of molasses ruptured and sent an enormous wave of goop through the streets of Boston. It …

Study finds cause of visual impairment in astronauts

CHICAGO - A visual problem affecting astronauts who serve on lengthy missions in space is related to volume changes in the clear fluid that is found …

11 Signs Someone Is Lying To You

Are you bad at spotting a lie?<p>New research by Dr. Leanne ten Brinke, a forensic psychologist at the Haas School of Business at the University of …

Researchers found a new prime number that's 9.3 million digits long — and it could help solve a decades-old puzzle

At more than 9 million digits long, the new prime number is the seventh largest prime ever found, and it just cut the six possible candidates for the elusive Sierpinski number down to five.<p>Established by Polish mathematician Wacław Sierpiński in the 1960s, the Sierpinski problem asks you to find …

Mathematics

Portions of the brain fall asleep and wake back up all the time, Stanford researchers find | Stanford News

When we are in a deep slumber our brain’s activity ebbs and flows in big, obvious waves, like watching a tide of human bodies rise up and sit down …

The Brain

Memory research could advance treatments of mental illness

Scientists have a new theory about how the brain processes memories, one that holds the promise—someday—of helping those with depression and other mental illnesses. The study out of the University of Wisconsin focused on working memory, which covers immediate stuff like new phone numbers or where …

The Brain

Celprogen 3D Prints a Pancreas from PLA and Human Stem Cells

The pancreas is one of the most critical organs in the human body – if something goes wrong with it, it can affect your whole life, or even threaten …

Breakthrough as gene-editing technique restores sight to blind animals

Study first to show gene-editing tool Crispr can replace faulty genes within adult cells - and in future could be applied to range of devastating genetic diseases<p>Blind animals have had their vision partially restored using a revolutionary DNA editing technique that scientists say could in future be …

Genetics

The Implosion of a Breakthrough Study on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

There’s very little that science knows definitively about chronic fatigue syndrome, a disease characterized by often debilitating physical and mental …

This Scientific Breakthrough Could Completely Change the Way the World Grows Food

The solution? Just get plant life to more efficiently photosynthesize.<p>While it's most certainly true that that is no simple answer to an incredibly complex problem, it just so happens that humanity may have just stumbled upon a key solution to dealing with the increasingly critical issue of feeding …

Agriculture

Breakthrough: The cure for ageing is finally here!

Scientists at Caltech and UCLA have found how to replace the ageing cells in our body in a breakthrough study.<p>Throw out all those nip-and-tuck …

Can we recondition our brains to overcome fear?

Researchers claim they’ve discovered a way to remove specific fears from the brain, a potential breakthrough that could pave the way to new …

3tags.org

HISTORIC BREAKTHROUGH: 'Evidence of life on Mars' found in NASA image, say scientists

Scientists have reviewed images taken by the Spirit rover nearly a decade ago, and have concluded that NASA may have previously overlooked evidence …

Toyota Create Breakthrough Long-Range EV Battery

As the EV race continues, one name that is catching up rather fast now is Japanese auto manufacturers, Toyota. They have just announced a …

Microscopic ‘Glove’ Could Lead to Breakthrough in Cancer Treatments

A new treatment that works on the molecular level in a fashion similar to a baseball glove could be the next breakthrough in the fight against two …

Huawei unveils breakthrough graphene-assisted Li-ion battery

Watt Laboratory, an organization under Huawei’s Central Research Institute, has introduced a new graphene-assisted Li-ion battery which can withstand higher temperatures when compared with ordinary Li-ion batteries.<p>The new batteries are able to function at a temperature of 60°C (140℉), which is …

Clean Energy

Nestle Claims a Scientific Breakthrough, and Chocolate Will Never Be the Same Again | Inc.com

<i>Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek.</i><p>This is more important than most news you've read in, oh, the last decade.<p>This concerns an essential foodstuff, one that -- for some people, at least -- can represent the difference between a …

Nestlé

Moon Express: £8,000 lunar flights on target to begin by 2026

So infectious is the enthusiasm of billionaire entrepreneur and philanthropist Naveen Jain that just a few minutes in his company is enough to …

Books
Emerging Technology

Why quality jobs are ahead, not behind

Automation, more than globalization, has changed the job market. If Donald Trump and others seek to ‘bring back’ good jobs, they must first deal with …

New York Times