SCIENCE - TECHNOLOGY - NATURE
A NEW "CRISPR PILL" MAKES BACTERIA DESTROY ITS OWN DNA
An innovative study in the University of Wisconsin-Madison could soon put an end to drug-resistant bacteria by using an edible version of CRISPR. This probiotic could target specific bacteria, making it more effective than antibiotics.
THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION IS INTERESTED IN EXTRACTING RESOURCES FROM THE MOON
While reviewing the budgets of federal agencies, the Trump Administration asked NASA officials about the potential commercialization of NASA technologies and how NASA tech could be used for profitable enterprises like lunar and asteroid mining.
WHAT'S BEHIND JAPAN'S MOSS OBSESSION?
It's the latest craze in a country known for its eccentric tastes and
BRITISH SPRINGS NOW ONE DEGREE WARMER THAN IN THE 1960S
British springs are getting more pleasant with the average temperature now one degree warmer than in the 1960s, bringing fewer frosts for gardeners, the Met Office has said.
PEOPLE WITH MENTAL ILLNESS STRUGGLE WITH HEALTH DISPARITIES
People with mental health conditions still find it difficult to get the health care services they need.
GRAVE OF MEDIEVAL PRIEST WITH MYSTERIOUS HEAD INJURY UNCOVERED IN LINCOLNSHIRE
The body of a medieval priest with a mysterious head injury has been discovered 700 years after he died in a grave at Thornton Abbey.
ONE IN NINE COMMUTERS WALKS A MARATHON EVERY FORTNIGHT
Commuters are far more active than they realise, with one in nine walking the equivalent of a marathon every fortnight, a new study suggests.
IT'S A BOY! SEE FIRST PHOTOS OF NEWBORN GIRAFFE
Nearly two months after April the pregnant giraffe made her YouTube debut on Feb. 11, she has finally delivered a healthy calf — a male.
THIS "SMART DRUG" COULD HACK YOUR BRAIN CHEMISTRY TO INCREASE YOUR INTELLIGENCE
Qualia is a 42 ingredient 'smart drug' designed to provide users with immediate, noticeable uplift of their subjective experience within 20 minutes of taking it, as well as long-term benefits to their neurology and overall physiologic functioning.
BODY PART REGENERATION IS IN OUR FUTURE
The acorn worm, an invertebrate, has an incredible ability to regenerate. Humans and the acorn worm share many genes, and scientists are studying the acorn worm in hopes of someday being able to stimulate regeneration in humans.