Medieval Potion Kills Superbug Better Than Antibiotic Medieval Potion Kills Superbug MRSA Better Than Antibiotic Vancomycin Health news An ancient concoction for eye infections seems to really work. The
Early Homo sapiens lingered in a lush Arabia before encountering Neanderthals in the Levant. 4 Minute Read Where did our species come from, and how did we get from there to everywhere? Genetic studies
Research on 85 families finds less than a third of siblings with autism carry the same genetic risk, and in nearly 70% of cases known contributory mutations do not overlap A major study of autism in families
What’s good for your body is good for your brain. That means eating a balanced diet with lots of fruits and veggies and not much sugar, saturated fat, or alcohol, as well as getting enough exercise and
Young customers today–including the important millennial generation–as well as the more on-trend among older customers, are turned off by ostentatious luxury cues in hospitality, retail, and other commercial
From The Mouths Of Apes, Babble Hints At Origins of Human Speech An orangutan named Tilda is providing scientists with fresh evidence that even early human ancestors had the ability to make speechlike
Hoverboards aside, 10 technologies debuted to save energy—and the planet. 4 Minute Read From a new kind of light bulb to a carbon-removing power plant, a dazzling array of new technologies debuted this
From Ebola to virtual reality, here's what the year has in store for science In 2015, advances in science and engineering will once again shape the world in profound ways. Here are the most important.
From hacked beer cans to drivable fish tanks, these are the coolest, craziest projects of the year Makers enjoyed a particularly fruitful year in 2014. They created projects ranging from the simple to
GrrlScientist: Today, I share a list of what I consider to be the best popular biological sciences books of the year, hoping that you’ll find lots of interesting and unusual ideas for all the biology on
By November 20, 2014 —Welcome to TIME’s annual round-up of the best inventions making the world better, smarter and—in some cases—a little more fun. The Real-Life Hoverboard Hendo Hoverboard / $10,000
Life beyond Earth seems 'inevitable', US planetary scientist says Astronomers are standing on a "great threshold" of space exploration that could see evidence of extra-terrestrial life being discovered
New research offers hope for optical cloaking and much more. We see colour in objects because of the way light interacts with them. Different surfaces scatter or emit different wavelengths of light, giving
Scientists have high hopes for "white noise" for the nose. It turns out that two researchers have found the mathematical formula to create an olfactory equivalent of "white noise," which they say could
Elon Musk warns against unleashing artificial intelligence 'demon' Elon Musk has met a technology he doesn't like. Musk, who promises to take humans to new heights with space and battery technologies,
Every new technology has skeptics at first, and self-driving cars are no exception. I am fully willing to hear these skeptics out, but the most common complaints today are just far too short-sighted to
Prehistoric life really might have been nasty, brutish and short. Although many scientists believe that a diet of nuts, seeds and other tough, brittle foods shaped our faces, a June study in Biological
How gentle electric buzzes can give a man sensations in a hand he's lost Years after they had lost parts of their arms in industrial accidents, Igor Spetic and Keith Vonderhuevel once again felt sensations
A low-cost material could allow robots to easily shift between fluid and rigid states. Well it looks like science has brought us another step towards a real-life Skynet and the destruction of mankind.
The Swiss company dreams of a machine that makes tailor-made food based on individual nutrition needs Nestlé, the world's largest food and beverage company, wants to change how we eat in the near future.
fastcoexist.com - About the author Ben Schiller is a New York staff writer for Fast Company. Previously, he edited a European management magazine and was a reporter in San Francisco, Prague, and Brussels. More
Sure, 3D printers that can spit out chocolates, create shoes, handcraft cars and help astronauts sound fun and magical, but a lot of scientists are working to make models that aren't just fun. They're