China has participated in the worldwide competition on a scientific frontier, the lookout for dark matter, with the latest study instruments and facilities that have pushed the expectations for answers.
The Chinese Academy of Sciences launched the first dark matter satellite of the county...read more
A newly conducted study has shown that watching g a horror movie is linked with an increase in a particular type of blood-clotting protein, called Factor VIII. The findings of the study were presented in The British Medical Journal Christmas issue.
Dr. Banne Nemeth and colleagues said the...read more
If you think your vegetarian healthy diet will reduce greenhouse gas emissions, then you are wrong. A new study suggested that going meat-free is more harmful for environment than eating meat.
The study by Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) researchers followed the supply chain from...read more
A simple act of kindness by a cashier at a local store has left profound impact on an Ohio family going through a difficult time this holiday season. It happened when past weekend Kimberly Grandinette visited a Meijer store in Springfield, Ohio, along with her 3-year-old son, Paul, for picking...read more
Atomic Force Microscopes (AFMs) are specifically designed to capture images of structures as small as a fraction of a nanometer. But scanning these images was very tough. Now MIT engineers have designed an AFM that scans images 2,000 times faster than available models.
Using this high-...read more
Many headlines suggested Tuesday that a new study has discovered vegetarianism to be worse for our surroundings than consumption of meat, and has flown in the face of previous study. The researchers behind the latest study have said that’s a complete mischaracterization of what has been found by...read more
On Tuesday, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) gave its approval to Merck & Co Inc.'s drug Bridion, used to reverse the effects of muscle relaxants used during surgery by doctors.
The drug genetically known as sugammadex can generate annual sales of $557 million by 2020, according...read more
On one hand Janet Yellen is guiding the Federal Reserve to increase the interest rates using traditional economic models, while on the other hand, some economists are worried as it might results in a failure.
The 69-year-old economist argued on the point that the time is very near when...read more
Researchers at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark claim that Alzheimer’s patients who drink moderately have lesser chances of early death.
The study first tracked 321 participants for 12 months and then observed them for the next three years. The patients, comprising those with...read more
A new study by researchers from School of Medicine of Yale University and University of California Los Angeles suggested an easiest and interesting way to relieve oneself of the unnecessary pressure.
The study researchers said that being kind and good to others is the best possible method...read more
NASA’s Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC) has sent back home some amazing pictures of earth showing how earth actually look from a distance of about 1 million miles in space.
According to NASA experts EPIC is placed aboard agency’s Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR), which...read more
Martin Shkreli, financial and pharmaceutical executive with the title of America’s most hated man, is back with his well known tricks: rather than proving cost-effective medicines, Shkreli is hiking price of another drug. In a video, he can be seen saying that just 300 people in the US are with...read more
The overall ‘asthma epidemic’ among children has...Read More
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Cases of opioid abuse have been increasing and...Read More
In an announcement made on December 22, cable giant...Read More