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Dec 01, 2018
Scientists design a self-powered sensor that can help monitor heart failureIt is a miniaturised self-powered sensor that can enter the heart with minimally invasive surgery.
Nov 30, 2018
China bans researcher who claimed to have created first gene-edited babies resistant to HIV from experimentsIn a fertilised human-egg cell, the scientist, He Jiankui, intends to make a person resistant to HIV by disabling a gene that forms a protein doorway allowing the virus to enter the body.
Nov 15, 2018
Particle accelerator to study the brain, degenerative disease inaugurated in BrazilThe accelerator will help study the brain and degenerative diseases like Parkinson's & Alzheimer's.
Nov 06, 2018
Rare, vital plants may require an entirely different approach to conservationThe process of drying and freezing leaves the seeds of some species irrecoverably damaged.
Nov 02, 2018
Sonic cheese: A Swiss study that experiments with sound to make cheese taste betterHumidity, temperature or nutrients are not all that influence taste of cheese: Researcher.
Oct 27, 2018
Same-sex penguin couple become dads to a baby chick at an Australian aquariumGentoo penguins Sphen and Magic are happily "taking turns caring for their baby chick".
Oct 23, 2018
Oldest shipwreck in the world found intact under the Black Sea by archeologistsOxygen-free water at the shipwreck's depth keeps organic matter preserved for thousands of years.
Oct 15, 2018
Stephen Hawking had warned against race of superhumans that could destroy humanityHawking made his last prediction about scary superhumans in a final collection of articles, essays to be published this week.
Oct 10, 2018
Scientists create most detailed map yet of brain region linked to Alzheimer's diseaseThe map of brain's memory bank, the hippocampus, was created using fluorescent tracers. 3D animation.
Oct 09, 2018
NASA's Hubble struggles with a positioning problem after losing its gyroscopeAs a result, Hubble remains in so-called safe mode and all science observations are on hold.