Following its decision to charge five Chinese officials for allegedly stealing trade secrets, the US is apparently ready to take further action. Reuters reports that the US government may impose visa on
From the editors at Cosmo.com, these kitchen tricks will make cooking so much easier. 1. Use two plates to safely cut a lot of little tomatoes at once. Lay the tomatoes you wish to slice in half on a plate.
Public health experts have warned that controversial experiments on mutant viruses could put human lives in danger by unleashing an accidental pandemic. Several groups of scientists around the world are
The treatment, known as Evzio, injects a drug called nalaxone that "rapidly reverses the effects of opioid overdose." The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved an auto-injecting device that can treat
Stand aside wristbands. The latest wave of stick-on circuits could make cheap, flexible electronics mainstream. About a year ago, University of Illinois researcher John Rogers revealed a pretty amazing
A high-resolution map of the human brain in utero is providing hints about the origins of brain disorders including schizophrenia and autism. The map shows where genes are turned on and off throughout
LONDON (Reuters) - Terrorists have substantially changed their methods of communication since leaks by former U.S. intelligence operative Edward Snowden, hindering intelligence agencies’ efforts to track
Later this month, members of the World Health Assembly will meet in Geneva to discuss its policies, among other things. On the agenda: whether or not to destroy the world’s only existing smallpox laboratory
This month's research roundup includes a new way to glue wounded skin, how to create a shrimp's eye view, and a way to store solar energy An essential medical procedure – repairing deep wounds – could
Breakthrough in understanding of evolution after scientists modify E.coli bacteria to create organism with unique new DNA structure A living organism with synthetic DNA has been created by scientists a
For people with treatment-resistant depression, that is. Drugs are the most common psychiatric treatment for depression. But about 40 percent of people fail to respond to this first-line of antidepressants.
If animal organs could be used to save our lives, will it mean we become a bit less human? Frank Swain speculates Imagine that your heart is failing. You desperately need a replacement. Every day, your
Take a look behind the scenes at Sierra Nevada Corporation's Dream Chaser shuttle, which they hope will secure a NASA contract and take astronauts into space. You may have never heard of Sierra Nevada
Muscle tone, endurance, memory, and smell improve in elderly mice infused with blood from younger mice In what could have profound implications for understanding the process of aging, a trio of scientific
Treacle-black plastic oozes from a nozzle at the bottom of a small tower in Amsterdam, depositing layer upon layer of glistening black worms in an orderly grid. With a knot of pipes and wires rising up