OSU Professor Falsified Data on Eight Papers, Resigns

Ching-Shih Chen’s research study included anticancer therapies that were being evaluated in medical trials. WIKIMEDIA, NHEYOB Cancer scientist Ching-Shih Chen of the Ohio State University (OSU) resigned last September... Read more »

Paramagnetic property of oxygen in action

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New Scanner Could Provide Earlier Diagnosis of Dementia

Jannis Fischer (left) and Max Ahnen with an easy design of the head part of their BPET scanner. (Picture: Florian Bachmann/ ETH Zurich). The 2 ETH particle physicists Jannis... Read more »

A Chinese space station is probably falling out of the sky today. Here’s everything you need to know.

Back in the fall of 2017, outlets began reporting that a defunct Chinese space station– Tiangong-1– was set to go back to Earth in an unchecked crash at any... Read more »

This is what TRUE happiness looks like (classic)

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Scientists Use AI to Predict Biological Age Based on Smartphone and Wearables Data

Numerous physiological specifications show tight connections with age. Different biomarkers of age, such as DNA methylation, gene expression or distributing blood aspect levels might be utilized to develop precise... Read more »

Carbon Nanotube Muscle is so light it floats

Carbon Nanotube Muscle is so light it drifts Read more »

Three Genes Essential for Cells to Tell Time

Picture of Teacher Yoshitaka Fukada. Teacher Yoshitaka Fukada operates in the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Tokyo. © 2018 Yoshitaka Fukada. One household of genes permits... Read more »

CDC Director Delivers Passionate Speech to Agency

Robert Redfield stressed the significance of science and information in conference with workers. JAMES GATHANY, WIKIMEDIA Robert Redfield, the recently selected director of the Centers for Illness Control and... Read more »

Pouring lava on ice

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