SCIENCE - TECHNOLOGY - NATURE
WHAT IS SHORT-TERM MEMORY LOSS?
When a person experiences short-term memory loss, he or she can remember incidents from 20 years ago but is fuzzy on the details of things that happened 20 minutes prior.
BREAKTHROUGH IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS RESEARCH AS SCIENTISTS DISCOVER POSSIBLE CAUSE OF THE DISEASE
British scientists have discovered a potential cause for multiple sclerosis, in a major breakthrough that could pave the way for new treatments for the disease.
PARALLEL UNIVERSES MAY BE THE ONLY HOPE OF SURVIVING THE DEATH OF THE COSMOS
As a featured host on YouTube channel Big Think, Dr. Michio Kaku takes a moment to discuss the death of the universe, how long we have, and how we might be able to hitch a ride into a neighboring, parallel universe.
FUTURISTIC "SMART BANDAGES" USE 5G DATA AND TRACK HUMAN HEALTH
A billion dollar deal to create a 5G test hub for digital innovation at the Swansea University's Institute of Life Science produced smart bandages that can use data collected to track your health.
TENS OF THOUSANDS PROTEST 'ALTERNATIVE FACTS' AT MARCH FOR SCIENCE
"Make America think again!" "We need data!" "Nerd power!" "Fund science, not the wall!" These were just some of the chants heard during the March for Science today (April 22) in Washington, D.C., and across the globe.
2017 MARCH FOR SCIENCE: LIVE UPDATES
Follow along during the March for Science on April 22, as scientists and science supporters around the world gather to stand up for the integrity of science.
WE MAY FINALLY FIND OUT IF DEEP SPACE TRAVEL WOULD MELT ASTRONAUTS
The Unruh effect has been heavily debated for the past forty years. Canadian researchers believe that they can prove the theory using currently available particle accelerators and electromagnets.
SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLES SUGGEST WE MAY BE VERY WRONG ABOUT HOW OUR UNIVERSE FORMED
Astronomers have discovered a strange phenomenon previously thought to be uncommon. At the center of two dwarf galaxies were found supermassive black holes even larger than the one in the Milky Way. This could help explain the origin of galaxies and the universe.
750,000 PIECES OF DEBRIS ORBITING EARTH THREATEN FUTURE OF SPACEFLIGHT, WARN EXPERTS
More than 750,000 pieces of dangerous debris are now orbiting Earth and threatening the future of spaceflight, the largest ever conference on space rubbish has heard.
SCIENTISTS: "WE HAVE DETECTED THE EXISTENCE OF A FUNDAMENTALLY NEW STATE OF MATTER"
Scientists have discovered a fundamentally new state of matter: 3D quantum liquid crystals. These have the potential to advance microchip technology and quantum computing.