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RESEARCHERS DEVELOP TREATMENT TO FIGHT ENDOMETRIAL CANCER WITH NANOPARTICLES
Every year, roughly 6,000 women in the United States are diagnosed with type II endometrial cancer.
A NEW BLACK METAL ALBUM WAS JUST PUBLISHED — AND IT WASN’T MADE BY A HUMAN
An artificial intelligence has produced a five-track black metal album titled "Coditany of Timeness." The songs were produced by training a neural network with Krallice's 2011 record Diotima.
NEW THOUGHT-CONTROLLED PROSTHETICS RESTORE THE SENSATION OF TOUCH
The "LUKE" prosthetic arm, which allows users to control it with their minds, has also gained the ability to feel. Using a system developed by a team at the University of Utah, users can regain over 100 sensations in the arm.
INDIA’S FIRST-EVER MOON MISSION TO LAUNCH IN 2018
In a first for the country, India will launch and land a rover on the lunar surface in 2018. India's Moon mission is among a variety of innovative space projects that the country is working on.
HEART TRANSPLANTS LIKELY TO BE OBSOLETE WITHIN 10 YEARS, SAYS HEART SURGEON
Heart transplants are likely to become obsolete within 10 years, because they help so few people, a leading heart surgeon has said.
A WOMAN HAS GIVEN BIRTH AFTER A UTERUS TRANSPLANT FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE U.S.
The uterus transplanted was donated by Taylor Siler, 36, a registered nurse in the Dallas area.
HANUKKAH: HISTORY & TRADITIONS
Hanukkah, the "Festival of Lights," is a Jewish holiday lasting eight days. It is typically celebrated in late fall or early winter.
PHYSICISTS PROVED CONTROLLED NUCLEAR CHAIN FISSION WAS POSSIBLE, 75 YEARS AGO
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FIRST BABY FROM A UTERUS TRANSPLANT IN THE US BORN IN DALLAS
A hospital official says that the first birth as a result of a womb transplant in the United States has occurred in Texas, a milestone for the U.S. but one achieved several years ago in Sweden
A RUSSIAN BILLIONAIRE, NOT NASA, MAY UNCOVER ALIEN LIFE
It could take NASA more than a decade to send a mission to Enceladus.