Aditi Chaudhary

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A top Chinese brain scientist wonders how he ended up on the U.S. visa blacklist

<b>SHANGHAI, CHINA—</b>Frustrated with a string of unexplained U.S. visa denials, a top Chinese brain scientist has decided to go public, copying numerous …

San Francisco

Scientists in Australia develop world-first blood test to detect skin cancer before it spreads through the body

Scientists in Australia have developed a world-first blood test to detect skin cancer before it spreads through the body.<p>The test could potentially allow early detection of melanoma, the most deadly form of skin cancer, and increase the prospects of treatment. It may also help to avoid invasive and …

Cancer

9 New Shows Amazon Is Banking on to Become the Next ‘Game of Thrones’

As television fans know by now, Amazon head honcho Jeff Bezos instructed his streaming service late last year to go out and find him the next …

Game of Thrones

These are the clearest views of Saturn's moon Titan we've seen yet

Long live Cassini, which has delivered the clearest views of Saturn's moon, Titan, to date.<p>Six infrared images of Titan have been captured by the …

Astronomy

CRISPR causes significantly greater DNA damage than previously thought, study finds

From the earliest days of the CRISPR-Cas9 era, scientists have known that the first step in how it edits genomes — snipping DNA — creates an unholy …

Genetics

A billion-year-old lake could help find alien life

A sample of ancient oxygen from a 1.4 billion-year-old evaporative lake deposit in Ontario provides fresh evidence of what the Earth’s atmosphere and …

Paranormal

Thursday briefing: Viruses treat antibiotic-resistant infection

Your WIRED daily briefing. Today, bacteriophage viruses have been successfully used to treat bacterial pneumonia, Google has been hit with a record …

Google Play

The Only 10 Foods That All Nutritionists Recommend

There are so many clashing nutrition philosophies in the world, it can make a person's head explode. I learned this firsthand when I sent my weeklong …

Nutrition

Everything we know about human evolution may be wrong

The idea goes that modern Homo sapiens — that’s us — evolved as an isolated community in Africa some 500,000 years ago. We then upped tools and …

Prehistory

Designer babies on horizon as ethics council gives green light to genetically edited embryos

Designer babies are on the horizon after an influential group of scientists concluded that it could be ‘morally permissible’ to genetically engineer human embryos.<p>In a new report which opens the door to a change in the law, the Nuffield Council on Bioethics, said that DNA editing could become an …

Genetics

We May Have Been Wrong About The Inner Workings of The Minds of Narcissists

Do they hate themselves or not?<p>Narcissists aren't hard to spot. You can tell them from the way they act, how they're raised, or where they live. …

Psychology

Scientists learn to repair human bones by studying coral reefs

Protecting corals from climate change could save lives.<p>Human bone grafts can be complicated. In the early days, they typically involved two surgeries, the first to remove bone from part of the body and the second to graft that bone onto another part of the body. For decades, scientists have been …

Red Sea

CRISPR’d Cancer Cells Revolt Against Tumors

Cancer cells (via skeeze/Pixabay)<p>Harvard scientists are using CRISPR to rewire cancerous cells into lean, mean, disease-fighting machines.<p>According …

Cancer

How to Accomplish More in 4 Days Than Most People Do in 4 Weeks

Practice and self-control are key.<p>8 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>We all know that it takes hard work to achieve our goals. And in the world of business and entrepreneurship, we often hear how we must be willing to sacrifice weeks, months, even years of …

Time Management

New PET scan for Alzheimer's disease directly measures synaptic loss

Exciting new research from Yale University has revealed a new method that could potentially objectively diagnose if a person is suffering through the …

Dementia

The Pillars Of Creation Haven't Been Destroyed, Say New NASA Images

The Pillars of Creation, 7,000 light years away in the Eagle Nebula, represents one of Hubble’s most iconic images.<p>The full nebula itself is a race: evaporative radiation from new stars fights against the active, ongoing star-formation from the nebula’s cool gas.<p>First observed by Hubble in the …

Cosmology

Anti-Herpes Meds Reduce Alzheimer’s Dementia Onset By Factor Of 10, New Research Study Finds

In a new study showing a link between Alzheimer's disease and the herpes virus, anti-viral meds were found to make patients 10 times less likely to …

Alzheimer's Disease

Yet More Evidence that Viruses May Cause Alzheimer's Disease

For decades, the idea that a bacteria or virus could help cause Alzheimer’s disease was dismissed as a fringe theory. But not so much anymore. On …

Neuroscience

The real reason the sound of your own voice makes you cringe

Most of us have shuddered on hearing the sound of our own voice. In fact, not liking the sound of your own voice is so common that there’s a term for it: voice confrontation.<p>But why is voice confrontation so frequent, while barely a thought is given to the voices of others?<p>A common explanation …

Psychology

One easy step cuts risk of bladder cancer recurrence

Flushing the bladder with a common chemotherapy drug immediately after surgery significantly reduces the chances of bladder cancer returning, new …

Cancer

The 42 Biggest Questions About Life, the Universe, and Everything

In a homage to 'Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy,' two physicists explain the biggest unknowns in science. I’ve summed them up as a tweetstorm.<p>In Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Douglas Adams’ classic irreverent tour through the universe, a supercomputer named Deep Thought discovers the answer to …

Physics

Rumor: Battlefield WWII Details Revealed in Massive New Leak

A few days ago, we reported on a story that DICE’s next <i>Battlefield</i> game could be a follow-up to its <i>Bad Company</i> series which would be a welcome return …

Listen: What biology can teach us about designing better stuff

From the smallest proteins to entire ecosystems, nature might be the most sophisticated engineer on Earth. Researchers like Rama Ranganathan are …

Biology

Light could solve one of quantum computing’s big problems

Researchers have demonstrated how infrared laser pulses can shift electrons between two different states, the classic 1 and 0, in a thin sheet of …

Quantum Computing

The best, cheapest cellphone plans in Canada in 2018

Finding a cheap cellphone plan that fits both your technological and financial needs can be one daunting task – that’s why we at Global News do it …

Everything you know about space is wrong

Think you know a thing or two about our solar system? Turns out all those space “facts” you keep telling your mates might not be as accurate as you …

‘Alien’ manuscript from 15th century decoded using AI

Scientists have harnessed the power of artificial intelligence to unlock the secrets of an ancient manuscript that has baffled experts.<p>Discovered in …

Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease is a global epidemic: Are you at risk?

Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is a growing global epidemic. More than one billion people have the condition and it’s risen dramatically with each decade. Experts believe the prevalence of the disease could increase by 50 percent by the year 2030.<p>Chances are you’ve never heard of the …

Diabetes

A Mysterious Amnesia, Related to Opioid Overdose, Creeps Beyond New England

A new syndrome of brain damage first recognized in 14 patients in Massachusetts has now turned up in West Virginia. Is it the tip of the iceberg?<p>Just …

Frog Species Breaks Record for Most Sex Chromosomes in a Vertebrate

You may have learned in school that humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes: 22 “autosomes” and their partners, which contain pretty much the same genes …

Biology