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Neutrino Experiment Reveals more About Matter-Antimatter Asymmetry

A huge international team, known as the T2K Collaboration, is working to explain the behavior of matter in the Universe. The team is comprised of 500 …

Physics

Taking Things to the Next Level with HP’s Wearable VR Backpack

While most VR setups are all about gaming, the HP Z VR Backpack PC is slightly different. This device is aimed at the more professional market and …

Chile’s Very Large Telescope Interferometer Captures Best Image Ever of a Star’s Surface

It’s not easy to capture images of objects in the night sky, as they’re so very far away. So, when astronomers do get good ones, you can be sure that …

Universe

Stuck on Kids Gift Ideas – Why Not Try Toybox the Kids 3D Printer

One product that’s likely to be on many a kid’s wish lists is a 3D printer. The trouble is that many of them are still very intricate or expensive, …

Kids

The Vinpok Bolt Brings back Magnetic Safety to Power Cords

Apple’s MagSafe power cords, launched alongside the newest MacBooks in 2006, was groundbreaking in as much as a power cord can be. It provided not …

Fast Custom Made Robots Made in a Number of Minutes

It sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it? I mean is it really possible to make a fully functional robot in a number of minutes? Well, the answer is …

Robotics

Research Detects Alzheimer’s Disease Might Have Markers in Apes

A new study carried out by scientists at Kent State University revealed how the human brain is more similar to that of a primate’s brain that we …

Dementia

Astronomers Observe Cosmic Jellyfish Feeding Supermassive Black Holes

It’s an exciting month for astronomers at ESO’s Paranal Observatory in Chile as they discover a new way in which supermassive black holes are fed, …

Universe

Is the Cure for Blindness Hiding in Video Goggles and an Implant?

Blindness is a condition that affects millions of people across the globe. While some people only suffer partial blindness, some are left completely …

Near-Infrared

Larger Artificial Cell Membrane Help Scientists Observe Proteins

Researchers from the University of Michigan have developed a new type of polymer that imitates a natural cell membrane in order for scientists to …

Protein

New Grant Allocated to Imperial College Professor to Research Incurable Lung Disease

It’s been an exciting month for Professor Toby Maher of the National Heart and Lung Institute (NHLI) this August as he gets awarded a highly …

Medicine

MAG-LEV Audio: Futuristic Technology Meets an old Format

Whether you agree music on vinyl records sounds better or not, the act of listening to music on the decade old format is a unique experience. Devoted …

Audiophile

Does the Answer to Better Patient Care Lie in Machine Learning?

Quite possibly, doctors have a tough job to do monitoring several patients at one time, and sometimes standards can slip when they’re given too heavy …

New Bacterium Discovered That Can Nucleate Ice

“Ice nucleation is a physical process that is of fundamental importance for the water cycle since it contributes to the formation of precipitation in …

Biology

New Hydrogel Material Could Help Tissue Repair After Stroke

UCLA researchers have developed an injectable gel that shows promise in encouraging tissue repair, especially in areas of the brain damaged by …

Cell Biology

Clarifying study Defining Problems with Lithium-Air may still lead to Better Batteries

An MIT research team has studied in detail a promising next generation lithium battery know as a lithium-air or lithium- oxygen battery. This type of …

Energy

Can Twitter Step it Up and Provide Real Time Monitoring During Disaster Situations?

Twitter has been around for quite some time now and with over 328 million active user accounts it’s proved itself to be one of the most popular forms …

Social Media

Scientists Suppress Instabilities That Can Damage Fusion Reactors

A new method in which to stop a common instability from halting fusion reactors has been discovered this week. The instability causing the problems …

Physics

Most Accurate Measurements of Dark Matter and Dark Energy Revealed by Dark Energy Survey

Although we know both dark matter and dark energy exist, we’ve always found it difficult to prove. However, new results provided from the recent Dark …

Dark Matter

New Observation Results of the Sun Surprises Astronomers

We all learn new things every, single day. The same goes in the world of physics and astronomy. Often what we thought we knew turns out to be wrong …

Astronomy

Research Confirms Diabetes is Linked to Problems the Oral Microbiome

Results from a recent study led by University of Pennsylvania researchers confirms that oral microbiome is in fact affected by diabetes. Published in …

Diabetes

Scientists Discover New Hair Growth Technique Using Stem Cells

Those suffering from hair loss problems could soon be worry free thanks to a bunch of researchers at UCLA. The team found that by activating the stem …

Hair Growth

New Experimental Drug Kills Cancer Cells When Combined With Chemotherapy

Although the traditional chemotherapy drug, cisplatin, is somewhat successful in its own right, researchers have discovered that when combined with a …

Cancer

Are Twinkling Little Enzyme’s the Answer to Curing Cancer?

Enzymes are an important part of maintaining good health, and a new test confirms they could even help to pave the way to produce better treatments …

Cancer

VIral and Human DNA combine to make Vaccines more Potent

Recently, a paper published online by Science Immunology revealed new work out of Caltech that is improving vaccines by adding human DNA to …

Biochemistry

Want to Learn PHP? Here are Tips and Sources to Start

What is PHP? And why should I learn to use and where would I begin once I decide to use it? To start, PHP stands for ‘PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor’, …

Science Behind Recalling Past Memories, How We Recall?

A memory is a precious thing. Whenever we experience something new we create a memory of that event and that memory gets stored in a neural circuit …

The Brain

New Spintronics Material Could Advance Quantum Computing

Scientists have recently created a new spintronics material called bismuthene, which has similar properties to that of graphene. Because it works at …

Mapping The Heart of an Exploded Star in 3D

About 30 years ago, astronomers observed a rare event 168,000 light years away: and exploding, dying star. It flamed out with the power of 100 …

Cosmology

Are Protons Lighter than Believed?

Based on recent experiments, scientists have found that protons, a subatomic particle, is 30 billionths of a percent lighter than previously …

Physics