SCIENCE - TECHNOLOGY - NATURE
HAPPY MOLE DAY! MAYORS CELEBRATE SCIENTIFIC DATE WITH RESEARCH PUSH
: Mayors across the U.S.
FDA APPROVES NEW CLINICAL TRIAL USING STEM CELLS TO TREAT NON-HEALING WOUNDS
Stem cell researchers aim to cure diabetes, heal injuries, and even regenerate body parts. Recently, the FDA approved clinical trials at Sanford to use stem cells to heal non-healing leg wounds.
TEEN ASTRONOMER'S 1886 SKETCH REVEALS RARE WHITE SOLAR FLARE
A newly discovered sketch more than a century old reveals a rare solar phenomenon — a white solar flare.
The sketch looks a little like a doodle with various shapes and shadings.
MYSTERIOUS YOUNG STAR SYSTEMS ARE CHANGING OUR UNDERSTANDING OF PLANET FORMATION
These new exoplanets could be "super-Earths" in their size and composition.
WOMEN WHO GIVE BIRTH IN WINTER AND SPRING LESS LIKELY TO SUFFER 'BABY BLUES', STUDY SHOWS
The winter can be a gloomy time for many, but for new mums, the darker days may bring an unexpected benefit - a decreased risk of post-natal depression.
RIDERS MAY BE ASKED TO DISMOUNT IF THEY ARE TOO HEFTY FOR THEIR HORSE UNDER NEW GUIDELINES
It’s a weighty issue which is threatening to unsettle the genteel world of horse riding. Under new guidelines, stables may soon ask riders to dismount if they are too hefty for their horses after a pilot study showed animals are being injured by the excessive load.
BLUE ORIGIN’S BREAKTHROUGH MEANS SPACEX FINALLY HAS A COMPETITOR
The space company owned by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is one step closer to flying tourists into sub-orbit, and possible even beyond. On Wednesday, Blue Origin's breakthrough was announced — a successful hot-fire test of its powerful new BE-4 engine.
A NEW CALCULATOR TRIES TO TELL YOU HOW MANY HEALTHY YEARS OF LIFE YOU HAVE LEFT
It all comes down to the numbers.
ALMONDS: NUTRITION & HEALTH BENEFITS
Almonds are the most popular nuts in the United States. A favorite of dieters, in recent years almonds have become famous for their versatility and health benefits.
SEA LILIES ON TWITTER ARE MESMERIZING … AND NOT WHAT THEY SEEM
A crinoid swimming +1000m deep in the ocean.