There are plenty of ideas out there to make long-range travel cheaper and faster, such as Elon Musk's Hyperloop and supersonic airliners. But until they actually arrive, we're stuck with regular air travel,
The experimental molecule hospitalized six people this week in a clinical trial and there is no known antidote. On Friday several French agencies opened an investigation into a clinical drug trial that
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PARIS — French authorities said Saturday that three terrorist teams carried out the highly coordinated attacks on the streets of Paris that left 129 people dead — including at least one American — and
A bomb scare forced Germany's national soccer team to leave their hotel hours before the Paris attacks
Hours later, an explosion killed several near the Stade de France, where the German team was playing a match against the French team. Spectators were brought onto the pitch as the stadium was evacuated.
FDA approval of Tagrisso offers major boost for British company, seeking to release six new cancer medicines by 2020 A new lung cancer pill from AstraZeneca has been approved by US regulators, in a major
The key to malaria's rampant growth has been explained by scientists. They say it is down to protein molecules called cyclins which cause cells to divide rapidly in the malaria parasite. The study, led
Injecting the drug ranibizumab into the eyes of diabetics improved their sight and prevented further deterioration Diabetics blinded by the disease have been offered new hope afters scientists unveiled
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. While the popular contention that “there are no stupid questions” is nice to hear (especially after asking a stupid question), it’s not exactly
And so the hate speech begins: Let Paris be the end of the right’s violent language toward activists
(AP/Jerome Delay) Real terror unfolds in Paris. Perhaps this will convince the right to tone down their incessant violent rhetoric Chauncey DeVega November 14, 2015 1:42am (UTC) In a still developing the
Daylight saving time has ended, whether you like it or not. That means more cold weather, less warm sun, and for some people, vitamin D deficiencies, which, like any vitamin deficiency, can cause a host
It's a tantalizing idea, isn't it, that we could burn stored fat simply by nibbling or sipping on something that tastes good. Plenty of companies are now capitalizing on the allure of "metabolism boosting"
If you grew up in the US, then NASA's astronaut program is the one with which you're probably most familiar, but just how much do you know about the selection process? Between 4,000 and 8,000 people apply
A giant 'spooky' space rock is flying close to Earth on Halloween, but that's not the most disturbing part
And you won't want to miss this Halloween's rare sight! On Saturday at 1:05 pm ET, an asteroid that could be up to 2.5 times taller than Trump World Tower in New York City will zip past Earth at a blazing
Pre-baked pizza is supposed to make your life better. But not if all you're doing is scorching it beyond recognition. Here's how to never burn it ever again. Yes, everybody makes basic cooking mistakes.
Sometime around 1907, well before the modern randomized clinical trial was routine, American psychiatrist Henry Cotton began removing decaying teeth from his patients in hopes of curing their mental disorders.