SCIENCE - TECHNOLOGY - NATURE
THE OCEAN IS HOTTER THAN IT'S EVER BEEN
The ocean is the hottest it's ever been, and no, this is not normal.
A new report released in the journal
Advances in Atmospheric Sciences
3D PRINTED IMPLANTS AND STEM CELLS HELPED PARALYZED RATS WALK AGAIN
Implanted spinal "scaffolds" allowed stem cells to repair spinal cord injuries.
STRONGEST OPPONENTS OF GM FOODS KNOW THE LEAST ABOUT THEM
But they think they know the most.
THIRD CAT IN WYOMING DIAGNOSED WITH PLAGUE: HERE'S WHY YOU SHOULDN'T PANIC
A house cat in Wyoming was recently diagnosed with bubonic plague; it is now the third feline in the state found to have contracted the deadly disease in the past six months.
GROCERY CHAIN ADDS 500 GOOGLY-EYED ROBOT ASSISTANTS TO ITS STAFF
Marty is ready to spot spills in 172 stores.
WORLD’S FIRST BATTERY-FREE BLUETOOTH CHIP PULLS POWER FROM THE AIR
It could make everything you own “smart.”
THE HUMAN BRAIN RECONSTRUCTS MEMORIES IN REVERSE ORDER
Instead of starting with the details, it retrieves the big picture first.
CANCER CELLS TRANSFORMED INTO HARMLESS FAT IN MOUSE STUDY
Imagine if you could turn aggressive cancer cells into harmless fat.
Scientists in Switzerland say they've done just that, in a new study in mice.
SO MANY TICKS WERE FEASTING ON THIS UNLUCKY PYTHON, THEY LOOKED LIKE LIVING SCALES
A snake that was recently captured near a suburban home in Queensland, Australia, was covered with hundreds upon hundreds of ticks.
TESLA FOUND A CLEVER WAY TO PREVENT SUPERCHARGER ICEING
The company is locking ICE drivers out of parking spots.