The technique will allow researchers to study Neanderthals and other prehistoric people without relying on fossils. Around 45,000 years ago, in a Belgian cave, a Neanderthal died. As its body decayed,
Back in the 1960s, a female doctor in Japan created a powerful drug to help mothers who hemorrhage after childbirth. The medicine is inexpensive to make. It's safe to use. And it stops bleeding quickly
The 22-year-old college dropout has been sitting quietly for the last five years and watching as manufacturers rush to create cheaper versions of Lidar, a laser-based radar system that's a key component
The rate of stroke among young people has apparently been rising steadily since 1995, according to a study published this week. Hospitalization rates for stroke increased for women between the ages of
Ad-blocker usage is surging. According to a 2016 report from PageFair, over 615 million devices were blocking ads by the end of 2016. Most simply want to browse the web uninterrupted by intrusive ads.
A cheaper, more environmentally friendly alternative to traditional flash storage is here: ultra high-speed, incredibly small, high capacity transparent and flexible memory. Scientists from the University
For the first time, the Food and Drug Administration said it would allow a company to sell genetic tests for disease risk directly to consumers, providing people with information about the likelihood they
Violent video games like Grand Theft Auto do not make players more aggressive, major new study finds
Playing violent first-person video games such as Call of Duty does not make people more prone to violence themselves, a major new study has found. Scientists using brain scans and psychological questionnaires
It's like a mood ring for your head. If you find yourself wanting to try approximately 100 new hair colors a year but don't want to absolutely destroy your hair, science has officially joined forces with
(CNN) — An antibiotic-resistant superbug launched on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket Sunday from the same Kennedy Space Center launch complex where the first manned mission to the moon lifted off and the bug
Thatcher Cardon, a physician and in-flight surgeon for the U.S. Air Force, is the winner of NASA’s Space Poop design competition. Space suits are notoriously heavy, cumbersome, and uncomfortable. To make
Their weapon? A new course: "Calling Bullshit In the Age of Big Data." The class website and colorful syllabus went online last month and almost instantly went viral. "We woke up the next morning to chaos.