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 »

Russia Says It Will Keep Source of Hole (and Air Leak) on Soyuz Secret— But NASA Wants to Know: Report

Amidst reports that the Russians will keep the cause of an air leakage found at the International Spaceport Station in 2018 trick, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine has actually assured... Read more »

Suntanner, Heal Thyself: Exosome Therapy May Enable Better Repair of Sun, Age-Damaged Skin

Monolayer dermal fibroblasts were cultured into spheroids, then exosomes were gathered and provided by a needle-free injector for skin aging treatment. In the future, you might be your extremely... Read more »

Spinning a skateboard wheel so fast the centripetal force rips it apart (x-post r/gifs)

Spinning a skateboard wheel so fast the centripetal force rips it apart (x-post r/gifs) Read more »

Lemon and Gin

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Clarification of a new synthesis mechanism of semiconductor atomic sheet

IMAGE: A substrate (left photo) that is produced by incorporating about 35,000 monolayer single crystals of WS2, and a structural schematic of the monolayer single crystal of WS2 (ideal figure).... Read more »

Grad student unions dealt blow as proposed new rule says students aren’t ‘employees’ | Science

Graduate students at Columbia University went on strike in 2018 after the university declined to acknowledge their union. AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews By Katie LanginSep. 20, 2019 , 4: 45... Read more »

DGIST Achieves the Highest Efficiency of Flexible CZTSSe Thin-Film Solar Cell

▲Dr. Jin-Kyu Kang in the Department of Energy Technology (middle) and the research study group DGIST Department of Energy Technology achieves the highest photoelectric conversion efficiency in the worldHuge... Read more »

“We’re not alone:” Thousands of NYC students join Greta’s climate strike

Get your daily dose of good news from Livescience.Tech Subscribe to The Beacon “We are not in school today,” 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg said in front of a... Read more »

Magnetism and Weyl semimetals — LiveScience.Tech

Envision a world in which electrical energy might stream through the grid with no losses or where all the information worldwide might be kept in the cloud without the... Read more »

New method for the measurement of nano-structured light fields

A monolayer of natural particles is positioned in the focused light field and responds to this lighting by fluorescence, embedding all info about the unnoticeable residential or commercial properties.... Read more »