United States Officially Starts Using CRISPR on Humans

In June 2016, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) offered a University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) research study group the grant begin a human CRISPR trial. On Monday, 15th April,... Read more »

Levitating Objects with Light Now Possible

Scientists at CalTech have developed a method to levitate and move objects utilizing just light, by producing particular nanoscale pattern on the objects’ surface areas. (The cover image is... Read more »

CRISPR experts are calling for a global moratorium on heritable gene editing

After the very first International Summit on Human Gene Editing in December 2015, a declaration was released. The organizers were unanimous in concurring that the development of genetically modified... Read more »

Do Consumers Need to Jump on 5G? Not so Fast

Arizona State University 5G! 5G! 5G! It’s coming! It’s the future! It’s going to be incredible! Smart whatever! Whoa, there. Simmer down. Let’s have a look at what 5G... Read more »

Vitamin E acetate in products used by the first cases of EVALI in New York State

A new research study released on 24 January 2020 in the journal Toxics offers crucial insight into the current lung intoxication epidemic described as “e-cigarette or vaping product use-associated... Read more »

Neodymium doped Glass changes color depending on the wavelength of the light hitting it.

Neodymium doped Glass changes color depending on the wavelength of the light hitting it. Read more »

Lighting a match with acid: Most safety matches use potassium chlorate as an oxidizer. Sulfuric acid is in drain cleaner. The sulfuric acid reacts with potassium chlorate to produce chloric acid. Chloric acid is extremely reactive and will set flammable materials on fire.

Lighting a match with acid: Most safety matches use potassium chlorate as an oxidizer. Sulfuric acid is in drain cleaner. The sulfuric acid reacts with potassium chlorate to produce... Read more »

Human white blood cells attacking a nematode (C. elegans dauer larva)

Human white blood cells attacking a nematode (C. elegans dauer larva) Read more »

Princely tomb of Iron Age mystery man discovered in Italy. And there’s a chariot inside.

Archaeologists have actually discovered the remains of a whole iron-wheeled war chariot in a freshly discovered Iron Age tomb in main Italy, a brand-new research study discovers.  The extravagant... Read more »

NASA finds wind shear affected new Tropical Cyclone 09S   

IMAGE: On Jan. 23, 2020 at 4: 35 a.m., EST (0935 UTC) the MODIS instrument that flies aboard NASA’s Aqua satellite supplied a noticeable picture of Tropical Storm 09S in... Read more »

U.S. geoengineering research gets a lift with $4 million from the U.S Congress

NASA/ISS Crew/Johnson Space Center BOULDER, COLORADO—The leading environment modification researcher for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) stated he has actually gotten $4 million from Congress and consent... Read more »

This is why you mishear popular song lyrics

So why does the Jimi Hendrix lyric “kiss the sky” typically ended up being “kiss this guy”? When sound strikes our eardrums, small hairs transform it into an electrical... Read more »

Harvard Scientists Discovered How Stress Turns Hair Gray

A New York Times article in 2009 appeared with the headline, “After 44 days in the White House, Obama’s hair is grayer.” The article made waves as it referred to a... Read more »

The Moon Crossing the Face of the Earth

The Moon Crossing the Face of the Earth Read more »