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  • NASA warns of geomagnetic storm after behemoth solar flare
  • Spanish scientists trial promising HIV vaccine
  • One-Third of Sun-Like Stars Have an Earth-Like Planet Orbiting
  • Researchers reverse the aging process for human adult stem cells
  • Fossil beetles show true colours
  • CERN breaks light speed barrier
  • Dolphins decompress like humans
  • neutrino puzzle claimed solved by special relativity
  • Rise of the walking robots...
  • Simulated Mars mission 'lands' back on Earth
  • Doctor trials laser treatment to change eye colour
  • NASA evaluating "tractor beam" technologies
  • To Find Alien Cities, Look for City Lights on Distant Planets
  • Here Comes the Sun
  • No evidence for extraterrestrials, says White House
  • World Emissions of Carbon Dioxide Outpace Worst-Case Scenario
  • Phobos-Grunt Mars probe loses its way just after launch
  • LifeStraw Brings Clean Water To Almost One Million In Kenya
  • Nanowires could be solution for high performance solar cells
  • World headed for irreversible climate change in five years
  • Planets could orbit singularities inside black holes
  • The South China Sea may hold 213 billion barrels of oil
  • Stricken Mars probe stays silent
  • Energy in 2030: A discussion panel
  • This Week in the Future, November 7-11, 2011
  • American Innovation Losing its Shine?
  • Petri dish to dinner plate, in-vitro meat coming soon
  • Top Secret Google Lab of The Future
  • NeverWet Spray makes any surface super water resistant...
  • Light barrier used to repel mosquitoes
  • Skilled Readers Rely on Their Brains Visual Dictionary to Recognize Words
  • Disruptions: the 3-D printing free-for-all
  • Liquid lakes close to moon's skin
  • Mimicking the brain, in silicon
  • Gamburtsev ghost mountains mystery solved
  • neutrinos travelling at faster than the speed of light?
  • First Spacex Falcon Heavy Demo Launch scheduled for 2012
  • International Scientists Race to Create the Heaviest Element in the Universe
  • Renewable Energy Consumption in US (Infographic)
  • Cassini has an eye for a Saturn storm
  • Stephen Hawking: Colonize space, or else
  • Bionic contact lens to project emails before eyes
  • 'Earliest' evidence of human violence
  • Most liveable alien worlds ranked
  • Cyborg search-and-rescue insects' power source unveiled
  • The myth of renewable energy
  • Nuclear power 'gets little public support worldwide'
  • Nasa ready to launch Mars rover
  • CO2 climate sensitivity 'overestimated'
  • New nanoparticle electrode could help bolster renewable energy
  • Mars Curiosity Rover successfully launched
  • Dragon offers ticket to Mars
  • Starfish-inspired 'soft' robot squeezes under obstacles
  • The Curiosity rovers long cruise to Mars: By the numbers
  • The incredible shrinking laboratory or lab on a chip
  • Genetically altered mosquito to fight humanity's biggest killer
  • China could be hoarding up to 3000 nukes
  • A Huge Leap in the Scale of Quantum Entanglement
  • Rapamycin increases lifespan in mice
  • Senseg demonstrates new technology that creates textures on flat screens
  • Kepler 22-b: Earth-like planet confirmed
  • Team sees biggest black holes yet
  • Seamounts and coral: a conservation diary from the deep
  • Graphene spun into metre long fibres
  • Plans for clone of woolly mammoth
  • Cern scientist expects first glimpse of Higgs boson
  • Bill Gates, China jointly developing nuclear reactor
  • SpaceX to launch dragon spacecraft to space station
  • The Stem Cells Show interview with Dr. Aubrey de Grey
  • CERN to announce Higgs boson observation at LHC
  • Life possible on large regions of Mars
  • Nasa develops space harpoon to take samples from comets
  • Low-carbon technology will not mean big bill rises
  • How 3-D Photovoltaics Could Revolutionize Solar Power
  • Physics World Picks Top ten breakthroughs for 2011
  • Metal undergoes novel transition under extreme pressure
  • NASA Considers Sending a Telescope to Outer Solar System
  • More Earth Size Planets Beyond Our Solar System Discovered
  • My 10 Favorite Technologies of 2011
  • Self-healing electronic chip tests may aid space travel
  • Ultracold science finds new method to get even colder
  • 3D Printing is a billion dollar industry and is almost ready to explode into the mainstream
  • Lucid Dreaming could be used for learning new skills and improved decision making
  • New solar panel factories with undreamed-of scale
  • Sea Shepherd uses drone to hunt whalers
  • Orangutans could video chat between zoos via iPads
  • Soyuz back in service after failed launch
  • Brains Connective Cells Are Much More Than Glue
  • Longevity highlights for 2011
  • China lays out space plans until 2016
  • Predictions for 2012: Garage Rocketeers Approach Orbit
  • Dr. Daniel Kraft discusses future medical technologies
  • American spaceplace suspected of spying on china
  • Stephen Hawking at 70: How has he survived so long?
  • Brain function can start declining as early as age 45
  • Predictions for 2012:
  • Implanted biofuel cell converts bugs chemistry into electricity
  • African rainforests more resilient to climate change
  • Bloodstream robots for medicine about 3 to 5 years away for clinical use
  • Top Ten Innovations 2011
  • Birth of the Bionic Eye
  • A nanoscale biological coating that can halt bleeding nearly instantaneously
  • New viper snake species found
  • Ultra-high-resolution microscopes could become as common as phone cameras
  • Old Mice Made Young
  • Study says EVERY star has planets
  • Glasgow scientists say telomeres indicate life length
  • Discovery Could Lead to an Exercise Pill
  • Australia's huge Geothermal Power Potential
  • Metamaterials and invisibility
  • Liquipel nanocoating adds invisible waterproof coating to mobile devices
  • Senstore Wants To Make A Tricorder That Monitors The Entire Body
  • How Likely Is a Runaway Greenhouse Effect on Earth?
  • How big are planets and stars?
  • Jose Cordeiro on Singularity 1 on 1: The Energularity is Near
  • Project to pour water into volcano to make power
  • Yeast suggests speedy start for multicellular life
  • Metamaterial for Gecko toes
  • Is climate change education the new evolution debate?
  • Tesla Model S Sets a New Standard for Battery Powered Cars
  • How Neutrons Might Escape Into Another Universe
  • Roscosmos Revives Permanent Moon Base Plans
  • Peak timber concerns in tropics
  • Chemists have taken an important step in making artificial life forms from scratch
  • Sniffing Oxytocin Could Make Us Outgoing
  • What If Einstein Is Wrong?
  • Superbugs spied off the Antarctic coast
  • A Fusion Future? watch the TED talk...
  • Using Thorium to Power Civilisation
  • In the Developing World, Solar Is Cheaper than Fossil Fuels
  • What are the near and long term advantages of a Permanent Moon Base?
  • Unprecedented, Human Made Trends in Oceans Acidity
  • The ethics of brain boosting
  • Newt Gingrich, space visionary?
  • DARPA Working with Innovega for virtual reality contact lens
  • Handheld Pathogen Sensor Could Diagnose HIV in 30 Minutes
  • Smart bomb mouthwash aims to end tooth decay: Will it work?
  • The science of antiaging
  • 125 MW solar power plant to land in Arizona by end of 2013
  • SpaceX Test Fires Its New Super Powerful Engines
  • Scientists close to entering Vostok, Antarcticas biggest subglacial lake
  • Scientists Snare Superprawn
  • Is the singularity a new religion for Silicon Valley?
  • Super Earth detected within the habitable zone of a nearby star
  • Highest resolution in vivo images of mouse brain achieved
  • Indias panel price crash could spark solar revolution
  • Mars an Unlikely Place for Life After 600M Year Drought
  • Did Early Humans Ride the Waves to Australia?
  • Why Do Cells Age?
  • Concentrated Solar Startup Sets a New Efficiency Record
  • Virtual Reality Contact Lenses Could Be Available by... 2014?
  • Engineers build first sub 10 nm carbon nanotube transistor
  • Why Apple Should Start Making a 3D Printer Right Now
  • Google wants to make sci fi a reality with Solve for X
  • Zap your brain into the zone: Fast track to pure focus
  • Private spacecraft move forward as Soyuz struggles
  • Moon Landing Quiz
  • Multilayer 3D graphene transistor breakthrough may replace silicon
  • How to map the 100 billion neurons in the brain
  • The Miraculous NASA Breakthrough That Could Save Millions of Lives
  • Jurassic chirp: scientists recreate ancient insect song
  • diet soft drinks linked to stroke and heart attack
  • America and Eurasia to meet at north pole
  • Elon Musk on SpaceXs Reusable Rocket Plans
  • Yumemiru app aims to let you control your dreams
  • Pulsating coral puffs up to escape sandy burial
  • piranha proof scales could lead to tough, flexible body armor
  • Vega rocket set for maiden voyage
  • Nerve probe controls cyborg moth in flight
  • A mitosis mystery solved: How chromosomes align perfectly in a dividing cell
  • Butterfly wings could lead to low cost thermal imaging devices
  • Laser scanner may allow passengers to take bottled drinks on planes again
  • NASA Plans a Manned Space Station In Orbit Near the Moon
  • Swiss scientists launch janitor satellite to clean up space junk
  • Worlds Tiniest Chameleon Discovered
  • LHC energy boost will aid hunt for Higgs boson
  • Leak Offers Glimpse of Campaign Against Climate Science
  • Crime chiefs agree to get tough on illegal tiger trade
  • Scientists Use Brain Waves To Eavesdrop On What We Hear
  • Is Commercial space transportation reaching a tipping point?
  • Gecko inspired mess free super adhesive can stick a TV to the wall
  • Brain imaging differences evident at 6 months in infants who develop autism
  • DNA nanorobots deliver suicide messages to cancer cells, other diseases
  • Abyss Box to keep deep animals
  • DNA Sequencing To Go
  • Alan Turing's 1950s tiger stripe theory proved
  • £200,000 test tube meat marks milestone in future meat eating
  • A waterworld with a thick, steamy atmosphere
  • Ancient plants back to life after 30,000 frozen years
  • Nuclear disaster that never was
  • Space elevator by 2050 planned, to include space solar power
  • Sirtuin 6 can increase the lifespan of male mice by 15%
  • Is Apple building the largest solar array in the U.S?
  • India will start thorium based Reactor project in next 18 months
  • Faster than light neutrino a mistake caused by loose cable?
  • Computer modeling: brain in a box
  • Google Solve for X: Getting Big Stuff Done
  • galaxy may swarm with nomad planets
  • Making solar power competitive with coal
  • Eavesdropping on the squid world
  • Andromeda galaxy exotic Xray signal is really a bright black hole
  • Replacing Electricity With Light: First Physical Metatronic Circuit Created
  • Monkey controls robot hand through brain implants
  • Redesigning People: How Medtech Could Expand Beyond the Injured
  • Arctic sea ice decline may be driving snowy winters
  • China paces to the Moon
  • World of Warcraft Boosts Spatial Ability and Focus in Adults
  • Low Levels of Omega 3 Fatty Acids May Cause Memory Problems
  • How memory formation is triggered by stem cells
  • Google: Technology is making science fiction real
  • Commercial suborbital balloon flight facility takes shape
  • Russian Mogul Plans To Plant Our Brains In Robots And Keep Them Alive Forever
  • Giving waste water the power to clean itself
  • The $46 iPhone Geiger counter
  • Oxygen envelops Saturns icy moon
  • Robot Fish Moves to the Head of the School
  • Computer modelling: Brain in a box
  • Peter Diamandis: Abundance Is Our Future (New TED Video)
  • Proposed National Goal of doubling launches every year
  • Oceans acidifying at unprecedented speed
  • Can Computers Catch You Telling a Lie?
  • Spider silk spun into violin strings
  • Study finds thickest parts of Arctic ice cap melting faste
  • SpaceX Passes Major Test
  • Redheads feel a different kind of pain
  • Gorilla genome could hold key to the human condition
  • Human stem cells help blind rats
  • Laser fusion nears crucial milestone
  • Skylon Spaceplane project working on pre cooler and heat exchanger
  • Wild brown bear observed using a tool
  • Nanomanufacturing Using DNA Origami
  • Proposed nuclear clock may keep time with the Universe
  • hallucinogenic drugs help problem drinkers
  • Ultra efficient LEDs puts out more power than is pumped in
  • NASA Boss Says Mars Colonization Will Be Corporate Only
  • Japan ends whaling season short of quota
  • Scientists Claim Brain Memory Code Cracked
  • Transcranial Direct Stimulation for Enhance Learning
  • Bee genes may drive them to adventure
  • Visual computing still decades from computational apex
  • Ancient impact may explain moon's magnetic mystery
  • The first dinosaur discovered in Spain is younger than originally thought
  • Esa to start mini space mission series
  • A new view of DNA
  • Activist pressure slowing animal imports
  • Long space missions may damage eyesight
  • China to step up uranium imports; plans to buy mines abroad
  • S.Korean, Russian scientists bid to clone mammoth
  • Russia to finally send man to the Moon
  • The split brain: a tale of two halves
  • First communication using neutrinos
  • Nuclear bomb just may be able to save Earth from asteroid
  • Few genes control neuronal function
  • Space travel moves to private sector
  • Russia Plans Moon Base, Mars Network by 2030
  • Climate tech fixes urged for Arctic methane
  • neutrinos dont exceed light speed
  • Earth System nearing tipping point
  • Why Bilinguals Are Smarter
  • Time for some TEDucation!
  • Hibernating bear wounds heal without scars
  • Mars for the average person
  • Nasa science chief fighting for planetary research
  • Nuclear fusion simulation shows high gain energy output of 100 to 1000 times input current
  • Illegal logging makes billions for gangs, report says
  • Billionaire Paul Allen Pours $500 Million Into Quest To Find The Essence Of Humanity In The Brain
  • Researchers prove that memories reside in specific brain cells
  • A new, giant wasp discovered in Indonesia
  • Europes ATV space freighter launches
  • A cloaking device from off the shelf superconductors and magnetic tape
  • Yes, Deepwater Horizon Oil Did Enter the Food Chain
  • Planets Zoom Through the Galaxy at 30 Million MPH
  • Temperatures could rise by 3C by 2050, models suggest
  • A question of intelligence
  • Plastic eating fungi found in Amazon may solve landfill problems
  • James Cameron back on surface after deepest ocean dive
  • Most Ancient, Impossible Alien Worlds Discovered
  • Many Billions of Rocky Planets in the Habitable Zones around Red Dwarfs in the Milky Way
  • Metallic Hydrogen: A Game Changing Rocket Propellant
  • Amazon boss Jeff Bezos finds Apollo 11 Moon engines
  • Obamas Solar Policy: If You Cant Beat the Chinese, Tax Them
  • Picture captures a billion stars
  • How does the brain secrete morality?
  • Huge tornadoes discovered on the Sun
  • Dead stars to guide spacecraft
  • The brain is wired in a 3D grid structure, landmark study finds
  • Studies show how pesticides make bees lose their way
  • Computer outperforms humans at detecting lies, by watching the eyes
  • Earth has little to fear from a black hole attack
  • IBM takes on task to find the universe origins
  • Can Petridish Become The Kickstarter Of Science? We Ask The CEO
  • Memory loss with aging not necessarily permanent
  • Scientists unlock key to cancer cell death mystery
  • Global observatory sees first light
  • iBrain Headband Can Read Your Thoughts
  • Mice representing 1000 gene strains will speed gene to disease matching from 15 years to 2 year
  • LHC is back with big energy boost
  • Group Set To Sequence 1000 Genomes By The End Of The Year
  • Resistance spread compromising fight against malaria
  • CO2 drove end to last ice age
  • Googles Search for Clean Energy
  • Scientists Link Gene Mutation to Autism Risk
  • Marathon mouse space mission boosts bone protection
  • Salk scientists find cellular switches for the bodys biological clock
  • DNA Nanorobot Targets Therapeutic Responses
  • A new dimension for solar energy
  • Study Finds New Possible Treatment For Type 2 Diabetes
  • Printable houses are coming
  • Whole genome sequences of supercentenarians reveal longevity clues
  • A step toward the quantum Internet
  • Where is intelligence located in the brain?
  • US tops global clean energy investment rankings
  • Drinking Alcohol May Significantly Enhance Problem Solving Skills
  • The Amazing Trajectories of Life Bearing Meteorites from Earth
  • New MRI technique may predict rate of progress of dementias
  • Breakdown of white matter pathways affects decisionmaking as we age
  • Global clean energy spending was $263 billion, US Spent more money, China installed more power
  • Can a hallucinogen from Africa cure addiction?
  • Dual focus contact lens prototypes ordered by Pentagon
  • North Korea launch failure no surprise
  • Check Out New Video Series: Singularity Hub Accelerated Tech News
  • Scientists create a basic, crab powered computer
  • Can Thorium Generate Safe and Cheap Nuclear Power?
  • Baboons leave scientists spell bound
  • Systemic Underestimation of future life expectancy by 3 years for every 20 years
  • Into the abyss: The diving suit that turns men into fish
  • Some Asian glaciers putting on mass
  • Researchers pioneer molecular catalyser
  • NASA shows off new algae farming technique for making biofuel
  • Americans like science.
  • Specific Genes Linked to Big Brains and Intelligence
  • Waiting for the age of abundance
  • Traffic pollution kills 5,000 a year in UK, says study
  • SpaceX Dragon ship set for station visit
  • Boron treated carbon nanotubes soak up oil from water repeatedly
  • Satellite captures giant eruption from sun today
  • Are Ross Perot Jr. and Google Founders Launching a New Asteroid Mining Operation?
  • Scientists create nanoparticles that image brain tumors, increasing accuracy of surgical removal
  • Nanotube electrodes may lead to solar cells at a fraction of the current cost
  • Repeated Oral doses of C60 fullerene increased the lifespan of rats by 60 to 73% in a small study
  • Polar bears, are not descended from brown bears, scientists report.
  • Extreme Universe puzzle deepens
  • Regenerative medicine repairs mice from top to toe
  • In Google Moon Race, Teams, And X Prize Foundation, Face a Reckoning
  • CO2 from fossil fuels discerned from natural sources
  • Huge water resource exists under Africa
  • China talks with Turkey about $20 billion nuclear project
  • Solar Electric Sail for Asteroid Movement and Capture
  • The Google leaders crazy asteroid venture: A Platinum rush?
  • Window of Opportunity to Prevent Cerebral Palsy Discovered
  • Meat Eating Behind Evolutionary Success of Humankind, Global Population Spread
  • Musk has much bigger goals. He intends to go to Mars.
  • Humans can clearly recognise objects shown to them for only 1/1000th of a second. Maybe subliminal messages can work.
  • Scientists call for no fishing zone in Arctic waters
  • New theory could help clear fusion power hurdle
  • Planetary Resources officially kicks off its asteroid mining venture
  • Japan astronomers find most distant galaxy cluster
  • Mysterious Objects Punching Holes In Weird Saturn Ring
  • UK industry to build Solar Orbiter satellite
  • Planetary Resources For High Resolution Imaging
  • China Planning two hydro dams that each are twice as large the Three Gorges
  • Key tests for Skylon spaceplane project
  • Magnetic fields light up GPS neurons, scientists say
  • Messing With Memory
  • Sun Twin Discovered: the Perfect SETI Target?
  • Planetary Resources Arkyd will be nodes of a Hypertelescope able to resolve down to one kilometer on exoplanets out to 20 lightyears
  • Evidence Builds That Meditation Strengthens the Brain
  • The Future of Science
  • India can make worlds cheapest nuclear reactors, Department of Atomic Energy chief says
  • Blue Origin is also trying to get Reusable Rockets
  • The Winds of Pluto: Modeling the Atmosphere
  • Nature inspired materials could help camouflage
  • Plants flower faster than climate change models predict
  • Amid Controversy, Scientists Publish Recipe For Making More Potent Bird Flu
  • Why Solarcity Is Succeeding in a Difficult Solar Industry
  • Engineers design nanoparticles that deliver high doses of antibiotics directly to bacteria.
  • Remote controlled genes trigger insulin production
  • Bigger and brighter supermoon graces the night sky
  • Tomari shutdown leaves Japan without nuclear power
  • US claims success in test for new fuel source
  • Jogging Adds 5 Years to Peoples Life
  • LHC prepares for data pile up
  • Robot reveals the inner workings of brain cells
  • Microsoft promises to go carbon neutral from July
  • Gaia creator rows back on climate
  • Dogs Feel Your Pain
  • Free floating planets in the Milky Way outnumber stars by factors of thousands
  • Light From Small, Oozing Alien Planet Seen
  • 10 current technologies directly inspired by science fiction
  • New nanostructure for batteries keeps going and going
  • Psychopathy linked to brain abnormalities
  • Inflatable space stations are getting real thanks to SpaceX, Bigelow
  • All Systems Go For First Private Spacecraft To Reach the Space Station
  • Nasa trains astronauts for asteroid mission
  • Bird Color Variations Speed Up Evolution
  • Gene Therapy enhancement of IGF1 production triples endurance in mice
  • Brain oscillations reveal that our senses do not experience the world continuously
  • The genes behind human intelligence also made us vulnerable to autism
  • Antarctic ice shelf at tipping point
  • First Gene Therapy Successful Against Aging Associated Decline
  • Nature Walk Helps Enhance Cognitive Skills in People Diagnosed with Depression
  • Finally, NASA and SpaceX set a date for this weekend
  • Japan launches first foreign made commercial satellite
  • The most profitable asteroid is...
  • Hundreds of Superflares Seen on Sunlike Stars
  • Map of Life shows distribution of any species
  • The Dalai Lama has given his blessing to Itskovs immortality project
  • SpaceX Dragon ship aborts launch
  • General Fusion targets prototype by 2015 and a working reactor by 2020
  • Coffee Drinkers Have Lower Risk of Death, Study Suggests
  • Arctic melt releasing ancient methane
  • Reaction uses carbon dioxide to make carbon-based semiconductor
  • Dramatic loss of 50% to 90% of bees
  • Russia, Japan aim for the Moon
  • New Frog Species Found in Panama
  • Chimpanzees and orangutans have personalities
  • NASA hails SpaceX launch as a new era for spaceflight
  • Radical Life Extension Is Already Here, But We are Doing it Wrong
  • Rapamycin Slows Aging in Mice
  • DARPA Living Foundries plans to make Synthetic Biology ten times faster and cheaper
  • Burning planet leaves dust in its wake
  • NASA Marshall Center Concludes Wind Tunnel Testing to Aid in SpaceX Reusable Launch System Design
  • Nine Ways to Bias Open Source AGI Toward Friendliness
  • Station grabs SpaceX Dragon ship
  • Butterflies move north due to hot summers
  • NASA Tells Future Moon Explorers to Stay Away From Its Old Space Junk
  • SpaceX capsule has new car smell, astronauts say
  • Goldman to plow $40 bn into green energy
  • Live Longer, Look Younger with Telomerase
  • Special polymer gel allows adult stem cell differentiation without immune rejection
  • Volcanic crystals might predict next big eruption
  • Germany Sets Solar Power Record: 50% of Electricity Demand
  • In New Quantum Experiment, Effect Happens Before Cause
  • Bland tasting tomato days numbered
  • solar cells from Semprius could produce power more cheaply than fossil fuels
  • Bluefin tuna record Fukushima radioactivity
  • Inaugural Synthetic Biology Incubator SynBio Launches At Singularity University
  • Spacex Future Missions, Falcon 9 with Upgraded Engines and Spacex Heavy
  • Supervolcanoes can grow in just hundreds of years
  • Fish study raises hope for spinal injury repair
  • Virgin Galactic suborbital spacecraft gets FAA blessing
  • Elon Musk: What is next for SpaceX
  • Splashdown for SpaceX Dragon spacecraft
  • Milky Way, Andromeda galaxies set to crash in 4 billion years
  • Finnish Scientists Announce a Possible Universal Allergy Vaccine
  • Paralyzed Rats Walk Again
  • Solar Cell with World Highest Conversion Efficiency
  • DARPA developing inexpensive launch capability for small satellites
  • Facial Recognition Software Distinguishes Between Real And Phony Smiles
  • Neuroscientists reach major milestone in whole brain circuit mapping project
  • Wall Street Journal Considers Our Superabled Transhumanist Future
  • 32,000 Year Old Plant Reborn From Ancient Fruit Found in Siberian Ice
  • Black holes may contain alternate universes
  • A Supermassive Black Hole Was Ejected Out Of Its Home Galaxy
  • NASA gets two Space Telescopes Better than the Hubble
  • Venus to put on Sun spectacular
  • Reign of the giant insects ended with the evolution of birds
  • Tiny new sensor could simplify brain wave research
  • Mission to Mars funded by reality TV
  • SpaceX worth skyrockets to $4.8B after successful mission
  • Green decline may bring irreversible change
  • China plans $27 billion IPO of China National Nuclear Power
  • Research at Stanford may lead to computers that understand humans
  • The Guys That Will Take You To Space, In 2014, For $95K
  • Global alliance aims to tackle forest crime
  • China to carry out manned space flight
  • Scottish conservation group maps the decline of British eagles
  • Microbes Capable Of Surviving On Mars Found
  • Depolarizing climate science
  • Deaths by Energy Source
  • Majority of Chinese Prioritize Environment Over Economy
  • Brain tissue used to study autism destroyed by hospital freezer fault
  • Your DNA Changes as You Age
  • Research Shows Smarter People Are More Susceptible to Cognitive Bias
  • Nations at odds on Rio+20 earth summit
  • NASA black hole hunting NuSTAR mission launched today
  • MIT creates glucose fuel cell to power implanted brain computer interfaces
  • Governments make pitiful progress on oceans
  • Elevated levels of human hormone motivates exercise
  • Bears can count
  • Virgin Galactic Hits Milestone
  • China launches space mission with first woman astronaut
  • Will avatars help children with social anxiety overcome fears?
  • Shenzhou 9 docks with Tiangong 1
  • DARPA asks:
  • Bringing Back Those Halcyon Space Days, With Men to the Moon and Beyond
  • Healthy forests key for green growth
  • NASA, FAA to cooperate on commercial space regulation
  • DOE study says that 80 percent of US power could come from renewable energy by 2050
  • Can the Dutch do reality TV in space?
  • Plenty of Ice Awaits Future Moon Settlers at South Pole Crater
  • All carbon solar cell harnesses infrared light
  • Two new exoplanets orbit scarily close to each other
  • Water Desalination across Nanoporous Graphene
  • Mars Might Have a Lot More Water Than We Knew
  • China astronauts complete successful space docking
  • Stay Away from Negative Thoughts to Improve Problem Solving Ability
  • Voicemail discovered in nature
  • Asteroid hunting venture wants you to suggest crowdfunding projects
  • Chinas current nuclear energy situation
  • A very smart ape in Japan crushes any human challenger at a number memory game.
  • Pine Beetles Turn Forests From Carbon Sinks to Sources
  • Rio summit ends with warning on corporate power
  • EEG brain trace can detect autism
  • Sea Level Rising Rapidly on Both Coasts, Could Even Flood San Francisco Airport in a Decade
  • Why this decade will be the most innovative in history
  • Smoking vaccine blocks nicotine in mice brains
  • Scientists Invent Particles That Will Let You Live Without Breathing
  • Want to launch a satellite? Call Virgin Galactic Cargo
  • Son of Concorde to fly London to Sydney in 4 hours?
  • How Astronauts Train at the Bottom of the Sea
  • B612 Sentinel: The First Privately Funded Deep Space Mission
  • Making Saltwater Drinkable Is Graphenes Latest Miracle
  • Fungi may have ended coal era
  • New brain scanner helps paralysed people spell words
  • Why the Star Trek Vision of the Future is Out of Date
  • Solutions for Ocean Acidification
  • Sleep Deprivation Amps Up the Brain
  • Laser activated nanoparticles produce medicine inside the body on demand
  • Australia introduces controversial carbon tax
  • Easter Island drug improves learning and memory in mice of all ages
  • Apes With Apps
  • Physicists produce highest man made temperature: 7 trillion degrees
  • Higgs boson like particle discovery claimed at LHC
  • Man and robot linked by brain scanner
  • How volcanoes shaped British landscape
  • Novel system guides the blind by turning images into music
  • How NASA plans to land a 2000 pound rover on Mars
  • Scientists claim huge dark matter breakthrough
  • Vital eye for killer asteroids could shut imminently
  • Could mining asteroids become a trillion dollar industry?
  • Discovery could propel quantum computers to reality
  • Space Helps Worms Live Longer, What About Humans?
  • Magnetic coils may be safer than electrodes for deep brain stimulation
  • What is it like to be a volcanologist?
  • Have Scientists Finally Discovered a Cure For Tooth Decay?
  • For $10,000, Google Lunar X Prize Will Land Your DNA on the Moon
  • Will Climate Change Make the Weather Too Extreme?
  • New Telescope Optics Can Directly View Exoplanets By Hiding Interfering Starlight
  • Bees can Solve Computing Problems Faster Than computers
  • Babies with dogs less likely to develop infections
  • Collider to have a $1.82 billion upgrade to investigate the mystery of dark matter.
  • Switching from Coal to Natural Gas reduces Greenhouse gases by 40%
  • Discovery of fifth moon reignites Pluto planet debate
  • Climate change drives salmon evolution
  • While Physicists Celebrate Higgs, Cosmologists Fret About The Big Bang Model
  • Virgin Galactic fires up commercial launch capability
  • Extreme class solar flare heading toward Earth, hopefully bringing nothing but auroras
  • Why Non Experts are Better at Disruptive Innovation
  • Dark matter filaments detected for the first time
  • Free access to British scientific research within two years
  • Silicon semiconductors to convert heat into power
  • Scientist creates lifelike cells out of metal
  • Virgin Galactic to launch new era of space tourism next year
  • Population change and CO2 Emissions are not Correlated
  • With Funding Gone, Last Undersea Lab Could Surface
  • Nanoparticle Completely Eradicates Hepatitis C Virus
  • SpaceX presents epic Dragon mission highlight reel
  • Nanolipogel delivers multiple cancer treatments to boost survival rates
  • Climate ocean tech fix can work
  • Huge iceberg breaks off from Greenland
  • Unbreakable crypto: Store a 30 character password in your brain subconscious memory
  • Geoengineers Will Release Tons of Sun Reflecting Chemicals Into the Air Above New Mexico
  • Russian Mogul Wants to Upload Your Brains Into Immortality
  • X prizes could spur robotics development
  • Storage, not generation, is the challenge to renewable energy
  • There are two potentially habitable planets orbiting Gilese 581
  • A Brainwave Controlled Version of Pong
  • Meet the first organism to be entirely modeled on a computer
  • Learn Science While Playing Video Games?
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  • UK woefully underprepared for ageing society
  • Neurologists condemn the use of study drugs in kids, comparing them to pro athlete doping
  • Bee deaths: EU delays action on pesticides ban
  • Polar Bear Mysterious Origins Befuddle Scientists
  • Get ready to find E.T. with the James Webb Space Telescope
  • President Obama to propose new $2 billion program for funding clean auto fuels research
  • Making Salt Water Drinkable Just Got 99 Per Cent Cheaper
  • Saber Toothed Cat Fossil Reveals New Genus and Species Of Extinct Predator
  • Deepest point in the ocean is teeming with life
  • Swiss company aims to fly satellites into space
  • Some Primitive Birds Flew With 4 Wings, Study Says
  • SinterHab concept calls for a sustainable moon base made from baked lunar dust
  • Should we try to bring extinct species back to life?
  • Big fish catches mean smaller fish
  • Are Birds Evolving To Not Get Hit By Cars?
  • Whole brain cellular level activity mapping once a second
  • ESA seeks help to control robot spacecraft
  • Sewage Plants Struggle To Treat Wastewater Produced By Fracking Operations
  • Voyager craft exits the Solar System
  • Giant squid genetics reveal family secrets
  • Apollo rocket engines recovered by Bezos team
  • 11 of the Weirdest Solutions to the Fermi Paradox
  • IBM creates liquid based transistors that can process data like the human brain
  • Universe Older Than Thought, Best Space Time Map Yet Reveals
  • Dinosaur killing space rock was a comet
  • SpaceX Merlin 1D engine now qualified for use on the Falcon 9 rocket
  • Brain scans can now tell who you are thinking about
  • IBM scientists discover new liquid molecular technique to charge memory, logic chips
  • HP invents glasses free 3D
  • Huge volcanic eruptions triggered the end Triassic extinction
  • Bees to have their day in court over insecticide use
  • Poll questions shift public views on global warming
  • Nanotools for neuroscience and brain activity mapping
  • Scientists want to bring 22 animals back from extinction
  • Butterflies suffered in cold and wet 2012, says charity
  • Who lives longest?
  • Climate Fixing Scheme To Seed The Seas With Iron May Not Work
  • Worlds biggest radio telescope opens eyes in the chilean atacama
  • Microryza is democratizing scientific research
  • Mice get human brain cells and get smarter
  • Bacteria find key to treating obesity without surgery
  • Climate Change Belongs In Classrooms, Say New National Science Education Guidelines
  • The Age of Reusable Rockets Could Begin in the middle of 2014
  • Soyuz spacecraft docks at ISS after just six hours
  • Cash shortage stretches to sea bed
  • Chinese scientists analyze a rich fossil bed that could explain the cause of the Cambrian explosion
  • Crowdfunded NASA PSA video will play before Star Trek Into Darkness
  • Scientists find the missing heat of global warming 700 meters below the sea
  • Genetically modified microorganism could convert atmospheric CO2 into fuel
  • Something Is Killing Up To Half Of Americas Bees
  • How Big Is the Tallest Mountain That Could Exist on Earth?
  • Mapping the fountain of youth
  • Melt may explain Antarctica sea ice expansion
  • White House announces $100 million in funding to help map the human brain
  • LHC upgrade to open up new realm of particle physics
  • Easing brain fatigue with a walk in the park
  • Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer zeroes in on dark matter
  • The moon is a natural platform for asteroid mining, detection, and deflection
  • Ability to think about thinking not limited to humans
  • Astronomers anticipate 100 billion Earth like planets
  • Scientists read dreams using brain scans
  • In Sign of Warming, 1,600 Years of Ice in Andes Melted in 25 Years
  • Using sounds to reveal the shape of the Universe
  • Ban pesticides linked to bee deaths, say MPs
  • Amazon deforestation increasingly driven by consumption
  • NASA chief rules out manned Moon mission in the foreseeable future
  • No More Typed Passwords, Berkeley Researchers Develop Passthoughts
  • This Weird Fish Has Clear Blood
  • Primate call gives clues to human speech origins
  • New Exoplanet Hunting Mission To Launch In 2017
  • UK nature reserves attract new bird species
  • Virgin Galactic Private SpaceShipTwo Soars in Test Flight
  • Creating a transparent brain
  • This Is Your Brain on EBooks
  • Birds, Bees, and Aquatic Life Threatened by Gross Underestimate of Widely Used Pesticide
  • Circuitry restores monkey paralyzed paw function
  • Astronomers anticipate 100 billion Earth like planets
  • Arctic will be basically ice free by summer 2050
  • Germanium sheets could replace silicon in semiconductors
  • Tiny wireless LED activates neurons to release dopamine
  • How NASA brought the monstrous F1 moon rocket engine back to life
  • Reducing four specific pollutants could cut sea level rise by up to 50 percent
  • Future generations to pay for our mistakes
  • Stephen Hawking: Humans must escape Earth or perish
  • Solar panels could destroy U.S. utilities
  • Ginormous Thirty Meter Telescope finds its home in Hawaii
  • Erroneous decision? Blame noisy information, not your brain
  • Synthetic biologists vs. conservationists
  • Coral repairing robot looks for funds on Kickstarter
  • Getting Chummy on Climate Change
  • New technique to deliver life saving drugs to the brain
  • Kepler telescope spies most Earth like worlds to date
  • Its Time for Next Phase in Search for Alien Life, Scientists Say
  • Bigelow Aerospace and NASA exploring inflatable moon base
  • Samsung is cooking up a tablet you control with your thoughts
  • When does your baby become conscious?
  • Space debris collisions expected to rise
  • Green spaces boosts wellbeing of urban dwellers
  • Last 30 years were the warmest in the last 1,400 years
  • Antimatter results emerge at LHC, but puzzle abides
  • Spacex Grasshopper flew 250 meters into the air on a windy day
  • Bacteria churn out first ever petrol like biofuel
  • Nanoengineered panels cool buildings, emitting heat into space
  • Weapons of choice:
  • CO2 emissions in the us plunge to 1994 levels as natural gas booms
  • Animals React To Social Pressure Much As Humans Do, Food Study Suggests
  • Einsteins gravity theory passes toughest test yet
  • Computer scientists suggest new spin on origins of evolvability
  • Study shows sounds during sleep can help memory
  • Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo could have supersonic test flight Monday
  • The Centre of the Earth Is 1,000C Hotter Than We Thought
  • Largest Infrared Space Telescope Shuts Down Forever
  • Fructose corn syrup may be tied to worldwide collapse of bees
  • Antigravity gets first test at Cern Alpha experiment
  • Certain fishes communicate with each other using sign language
  • How the ice ages ended
  • Mental tasks impaired in the air
  • Gravity Waves, Predicted By General Relativity Theory, May Soon Be Detected
  • More Exoplanets May Be Suitable For Life Than Previously Thought
  • Dispersants Make Oil Spills 52 Times more Toxic
  • We are 80% Of The Way To Fake Meat Indistinguishable From The Real Thing
  • Sleep mask promises lucid dreams
  • Study Says Climate Change, Not Humans, Drove Ancient Animal To Extinction
  • How Drones Will Fight Poachers To Save Endangered Species
  • SpaceX Grasshopper moved to New Mexico so it is permitted to fly higher and side to side in tests
  • Carbon dioxide passes symbolic mark
  • Did Earth And The Moon Get Their Water From The Same Place?
  • Watching Your Brain Freak Out On A Scanner Calms You Down
  • Climate Change Will Cause Dramatic Decline to Plant and Animal Species
  • Scientists Map Cellular Fountain of Youth
  • UN urges people to eat insects to fight world hunger
  • Solar panels as inexpensive as paint?
  • New method of finding planets scores its first discovery
  • The Melon Headband Launches On Kickstarter To Track Your Brain Waves
  • Chinese project probes the genetics of genius
  • UK claims breakthrough in fish dumping talks
  • The Worlds Rarest Element Might Help Fight Cancer
  • Climate change may be baring Mount Everest
  • Most distinct mammals and amphibians mapped
  • Space Tourism Black Carbon Problem
  • How NASA Could Save Kepler
  • Uncovering the secrets of North American Ice Age giants
  • Brain stimulation promises long lasting maths boost
  • Thin film solar cells could become more efficient thanks to moth eyes
  • Apollo astronaut Lovell working with commercial moon mission company Golden Spike
  • Deep sea mining gold rush moves closer
  • Glasgow scientists create single pixel camera for 3D images
  • Ancient water here on Earth keeps hope alive for life on Mars
  • 25 Million Year Old Primate Fossils Unearthed in Tanzania
  • UK astronaut Tim Peake thrilled at space opportunity
  • Climate slowdown means extreme rates of warming not as likely
  • Can A Bionic Eye See As Well As A Human Eye?
  • Croatian Bees Are Being Trained to Hunt Down Deadly Land Mines
  • A new tool for precise brain mapping
  • Majority thinks global warming, energy should be priorities
  • Europe joins race to store energy at the bottom of the ocean
  • Wildlife stocktake highlights UKs most threatened species
  • Volcano project scours Iceland for early warning signals
  • Orbital trash a problem with no immediate solution
  • Russia to evacuate Arctic station over melting ice
  • Migraine Plus Depression Linked with Smaller Brain Size
  • Scientists Discover A Woman Who Can See 99 Million More Colours Than The Rest Of Us
  • Intelligence linked to ability to ignore distractions
  • Bacteria Found Growing In Subzero Arctic Frost, Which Is Good News For Mars Life
  • Peter Thiel venture firm to invest in space
  • Butterflies remember a mountain that hasnt existed for millennia
  • Century old science helps confirm global warming
  • Brain overload explains missing childhood memories
  • Car Emissions Turn HDL Cholesterol from Good to Bad
  • CurvACE gives robots a bug eye view
  • A year after SpaceX first major launch, space exploration has never been hotter
  • NASA could join private customers for a permanant inflatable moonbase in the 2020s
  • Genetic Scientists Eliminate Schizophrenia Symptoms in Mice
  • Did Rock Climbing Help Us Start Walking Upright?
  • Centuries old frozen plants revived
  • Rare, massive merging of two faraway galaxies
  • 97% global warming consensus meets resistance from denialism
  • Soyuz Crew Sets Record For Fastest Trip To International Space Station
  • A Generator That Harnesses Energy From Ocean Currents
  • Google pumps $12M into African solar energy project
  • New phase of synaptic development is key to learning problems
  • Planetary Resources Arkyd satellite to let public take self portraits from space
  • Mountain Populations Offer Clues to Human Evolution
  • Organic polymers create new class of solar energy devices
  • Ape like feet found in study of museum visitors
  • Age Brings Happiness
  • Google X labs once mulled levitation and teleportation research
  • SpaceX launches Falcon 9R prototype with enough thrust to lift a skyscraper
  • Is There a Limit to How Tall a Tree Can Grow?
  • The quantified brain of a self tracking neuroscientist
  • Ed Davey attacks climate change sceptics
  • NASA says U.S. return to Moon possible, as a hitchhiker
  • The Rise of Chinese Robotics
  • Bell Labs invents lensless camera
  • Intelligence tests offer insight into ageing brain
  • Science spend vital for economy
  • NASA Is Building An Intergalactic GPS
  • Population Growth and Climate Change Explained Using Lego
  • Controlling a flying robot with only the mind
  • An answer to a lunar mystery: Why is the lunar gravity so uneven?
  • Fine tuning emissions from quantum dots for better color displays
  • North Sea cod stocks on road to sustainability
  • Nutrition must be a global priority, say researchers
  • Turning insect viruses into cancer therapies
  • New map shows Antarctica hidden mountain ranges
  • Making futuristic contact lenses more comfortable
  • Joule is making commercial scale direct solar conversion biofuel plants starting in 2014
  • Arc protein could be key to memory loss, says study
  • Tree and Human mortality linked?
  • In Ancient Ice, Clues That Scientists Are Underestimating Future Sea Levels
  • Asian tigers at risk from domestic dog distemper virus
  • Cornish bee could help save species from killer disease
  • The Energy Fix: Engineering Triumphs Over Wave And Tidal Forces
  • Planetary Resources adds exoplanet hunting stretch goal to Kickstarter campaign
  • Cheetah tracking study reveals incredible acceleration
  • Lifespan extending drug given late in life reverses age related heart disease
  • Quantum Invisibility and Large Scale Invisibility Cloaks
  • New tasks become as simple as waving a hand with brain computer interfaces
  • Crowd sourcing messaging to intelligent life
  • China gets tough on carbon
  • Warm ocean drives most Antarctic ice shelf loss
  • Scientists release plans for new largest particle accelerator, designed to find dark matter
  • Video gamers capture more information faster for visual decision making
  • Mind reading monkey brains look similar to ours
  • Bootstrapping of the Space Industry using Robotic Asteroid Mining
  • The quest to build a brain in the lab
  • Molybdenite sensor may allow cameras to be five times more light sensitive
  • Buzz Aldrin calls for global Moon effort, Mars base in 25 years
  • Biomimicry of butterflies could stop counterfeiters
  • Climate science debate has cost precious time, expert warns
  • Drug laws are worst case of scientific censorship in modern times
  • New Particle Hints at Four Quark Matter
  • Huge holograms offer medics more memorable classes
  • Grim News for Mammals and Birds as Human Population Grows
  • Elon Musk will keep Spacex Private until the Goal of Human Colonies on Mars are Achieved
  • METI: should we be shouting at the cosmos?
  • NASA announces asteroid grand challenge
  • Fukushima nuclear plant: Toxic isotope found in groundwater
  • Early Mars atmosphere oxygen rich before Earth
  • Could A 3D Movie Improve Your Vision?
  • Israeli Scientist Discovers Treatment to Save Sick Bee Colonies
  • New step towards silicon based quantum computer
  • Plants seen doing quantum physics
  • Scientists create first 3D digital brain
  • Segue 2: Most Lightweight Galaxy in Universe
  • The link between circadian rhythms and aging
  • Harvards insect sized HAMR robots bug out
  • Turkmenistan awards SpaceX contract to send its first satellite into orbit
  • Cheating Ourselves of Sleep
  • life must continually evolve to avoid extinction
  • Obama to present greenhouse gas reduction plan on Tuesday
  • Conserving top predators results in less CO2 in the air
  • What Does Cancer Smell Like? New Devices Diagnose Patients By Scent
  • O3b space constellation to launch
  • Obama plan to fix climate change is fatally flawed, experts say
  • New record: three potentially habitable exoplanets circling one star
  • Sugar solution makes tissues see through for brain imaging at unprecedented resolution
  • The Cure For Cancer Could Be Found In Space
  • Study confirms social brain theory
  • Limits to Growth was Wrong
  • PayPal goes galactic to answer big questions about money in space
  • 3D Systems Invests In Asteroid Miners Planetary Resources
  • Holographic TV might be closer than you think
  • Solar power materials head in a new direction: thinner
  • This New Contact Lens Basically Turns Your Eye Into a Telescope
  • Winged insects blasted by unsettled spring weather
  • Multiverse evidence from Higgs Boson Details
  • What is the most interesting thing the Mars rovers could find?
  • Dietary Fructose Causes Liver Damage, Primate Study Finds
  • Climate change poses grave threat to security, says UK envoy
  • Skylon spaceplane full prototype engine gets funding
  • Transistors without semiconductors
  • First bionic eye retinal chip for blind to be available in 12 major markets in US later this year
  • Experts say exposure to artificial light from tablets is causing sleep disorders
  • Fish cannot feel pain say scientists
  • All systems go for Planetary Resources Arkyd 100 space telescope
  • 60 billion planets in our galaxy could sustain water and life
  • Microsoft develops 3D touchscreen with tactile feedback
  • Good sleep protects the heart
  • Climate extremes are unprecedented
  • Pocket Spacecraft wants to send thousands of personalized satellites to the Moon
  • Scientists Help Explain Visual System Remarkable Ability to Recognize Complex Objects
  • Scientists developing a seawater desalination chip
  • Tiny stem cell livers grown in laboratory
  • Robots to help people with dementia in Western Isles
  • UK astronomers to coordinate their search for alien signals
  • Your Next Smartphone Screen Will Be Able to Disinfect Itself
  • Scientists are trying to build a human heart
  • SpaceX Grasshopper reaches record heights as it tries for the perfect landing
  • A nanotech fix for nicotine dependence
  • Does Being a Bookworm Boost Your Brainpower in Old Age?
  • Mars Rover Opportunity Hits Driving Milestone on 10th Birthday
  • Past decade saw unprecedented warming in the deep ocean
  • Pollution Leads to Drop in Life Span in Northern China
  • Antarctic Lake Vostok might have fish
  • Human gestures perplex Asimo, Honda museum robot guide
  • Floating nuclear power plant to begin operating in Russia
  • GeoMetWatch gets $6M to more accurately predict severe weather
  • Deserts greening from rising CO2
  • Thousands Of Species Found In Lake Vostok Ice
  • Glass rain may give planet blue hue
  • Mammals can choose sex of offspring, study finds
  • Smog Eating Sidewalks Are a Real Thing
  • Polar rover studies one of the harshest places on earth
  • Researchers regenerate retina in mice using neuronal reprogramming
  • Climate change is happening too quickly for species to adapt
  • Octopuses Survive Sub Zero Temps Thanks to Specialized Blue Blood
  • Ontario calls in experts in bid to prevent bee deaths
  • Facial blood vessel scanning could be the next form of biometric ID
  • Nasa tests 3D printed rocket engine fuel injector
  • Volcanic scream precedes explosive eruptions
  • British space penetrator passes icy test
  • AI software smart as a 4 year old
  • China plans to quadruple solar power by 2015
  • Evidence for a Martian Ocean
  • FDA Approves Brainwave Device For Diagnosing ADHD
  • Neural dust brain implants could revolutionize brain machine interfaces
  • UK butterfly numbers at historic low
  • Great White Shark uses Fat Stored in Liver to Make Non Stop 2,000 Mile Trips
  • Why Is The CIA Funding Geoengineering Research?
  • Chimpanzees and orangutans remember distant past events
  • Daydreaming simulated by computer model
  • Fracking could put gas and chemicals in drinking water
  • Key to ocean life shows large regional variations
  • Jeff Bezos confirms salvaged engine came from historic Apollo 11 mission
  • First mission to the Moon south pole announced
  • Skylon Spaceplane prototypes are expected by 2017 and engine flight test by 2020
  • New MRI research reveals cancer cells thrive on processed sugar
  • Mars atmosphere destroyed by catastrophic event four billion years ago
  • Milky Way black hole pulling in gas cloud
  • Fast Time and the Aging Mind
  • Deforestation in African Congo Basin rainforest slows
  • A New Kind of Microchip Mimics the Human Brain in Real Time
  • Breakfast linked to healthy heart
  • Greening of the Earth pushed way back in time
  • Ultra rare decay confirmed in LHC
  • UK team designs human mission to Mars
  • Is faster than light travel possible?
  • Arctic methane time bomb could have huge economic costs
  • Carbon acidification could cause problems for Great Lakes wildlife
  • Scientists discover what is killing the bees and its worse than you thought
  • Full Moon disturbs a good night slee
  • A pathway in the brain that allows humans to learn new words
  • Lion Conservation: New Report Challenges Fencing
  • How Earth Accelerates Electrons to 99.9 Percent of Light Speed
  • The biggest thing nature did to fight climate change is no longer working
  • Neuroscientists plant false memories in the brain
  • Could I Have Prevented My Myopia If I Spent More Time Outside As A Kid?
  • Could An Asteroid Impact Knock The Moon Into Earth?
  • Dogs See the World in Living Color
  • Valleys of Mars may have been caused by snow
  • Why It Makes Political Sense to Talk About Climate Change
  • Nepal sees tiger population go up by 63% since 2009
  • Planetary runaway greenhouse more easily triggered, research shows
  • Scientists grow teeth using stem cells taken from urine
  • Sea level rise locking in quickly, cities threatened
  • SpaceX wins launch contract for largest ever Canadian space program
  • Diabetes pill linked to long life in mice
  • Scientists Demonstrate Ultra Fast Magnetite Electrical Switch
  • Australia to get largest PV plant in the Southern Hemisphere
  • Black hole spin could further understanding of galaxy growth
  • New antibiotic that attacks MRSA found in ocean microbe
  • Evolution will punish you if you are selfish and mean
  • Honeybees might have emotions
  • NASA chief: You cant fund a private Mars mission.
  • Rise in violence linked to climate change
  • A Videogame That Recruits Players to Map the Brain
  • Evidence For New Physics Means Universe Is Not As We Know It
  • Alpine glaciers protect mountain peaks from erosion
  • Largest neuronal network simulation achieved using computer
  • Climate Change Is Much Faster Than Changes in Past 65M Years
  • New study reveals we are not even close to inventing transporters
  • Galileo Secret Telescope Technology Revealed
  • Scientists Discover Potential New Way to Treat Anxiety
  • Esa study examines Skylon space plane
  • If hunger doesnt kill you, it doesnt make you stronger
  • Stained Glass That Doubles As A Solar Power Source
  • Depth perception through a single lens
  • Chinese Pollution Fighting Budget Will Have to Be Bigger than its Military Budget
  • Mapping the connections among 950 neurons in the retina
  • Biomeme To Turn Your iOS Device Into A Disease Detecting Mobile DNA Lab
  • Cognitive Decline with Age is Normal, Routine, But Not Inevitable
  • The Animals are Also Getting Fat
  • US could store 500 years of CO2, geologists say
  • NASA Reveals Plans For Asteroid Mining Mission
  • Scientists Have Created a Malaria Vaccine May Be 100% Effective
  • Higgs boson may unravel dark energy mystery
  • Meteorite age at center of Mars history debate
  • Chain reaction shattered huge Antarctica ice shelf
  • Urban hives boom could be bad for bees
  • Holographic video could also enable better 2D displays
  • California billionaire unveils futuristic Hyperloop transport
  • New Study Confirms Link between Poor Sleep and Obesity
  • Particle Physicists Want A New Collider To Study The Higgs
  • New tools to manage information overload threatening neuroscience
  • Grasshopper Flight Test
  • China to invest in energy saving industries to tackle pollution
  • Newly discovered shark patrols Carolina waters
  • The U.S. Once Tried to Wrap a Ring of Copper Wire Around the Earth
  • Study: Soda Drinking Mice Die Earlier
  • Your Thoughts Can Release Abilities Beyond Normal Limits
  • New Clues To How We Remember Dreams
  • If You Want to Survive in Deep Space, Nutella Is the Answer
  • Milky Way galaxy is even lighter than thought
  • Kepler: Nasa retires prolific telescope from planet hunting duties
  • Fracking: Water concerns persist?
  • Early Earth kept warm enough to support life
  • Adding defects to superconducting wire creates unprecedented performance
  • Texas aims to be commercial spaceflight hub
  • European forests near carbon saturation point
  • Computer can read letters directly from the brain
  • Russia plans for inflatable space station module
  • IPCC Surer Than Ever About Human Caused Climate Change
  • Fukushima leak is much worse than we were led to believe
  • Should we use iris images for positive identification?
  • NASA Resurrects a Dead Satellite to Hunt Asteroids
  • Spaceport America Ramping Up For Space Tourism Boom
  • New Clues To Why Some Autistic Kids Are So Good At Math
  • Nanotech gets $3.9M for its butterfly inspired counterfeit technology
  • How City Living Is Reshaping the Brains and Behavior of Urban Animals
  • Highest ever Resolution Photos of the Night Sky
  • Experimental Ebola treatment protects some primates even after disease symptoms appear
  • Brain circuit that controls anxiety levels discovered
  • 3D graphene could replace expensive platinum in solar cells
  • NASA Launching New Mission to the Moon
  • CERN develops cancer zapping radio beam
  • New findings about the human genome bring us closer to schizophrenia treatment
  • Why Does Food Taste So Delicious?
  • Oceans Storing Excess Heat
  • East Antarctic ice sheet vulnerable to temperature changes
  • Earth life may have come from Mars
  • Supervolcanic ash can turn to lava miles from eruption, scientists find
  • NASA discovers that the Moon is much wetter than we thought
  • NASA wants to build giant spacecraft with 3D printing spiders
  • How to get fresh water out of thin air
  • Single gene tweak increases mouse lifespan 20 percent
  • 10 Giant Prehistoric Creatures, Which are (perhaps thankfully) Extinct.
  • Get ready for the rebirth of vanished species
  • China to land a probe on the Moon this year
  • Scientists Solve a 14,000 Year Old Ocean Mystery
  • The 20 big questions in science
  • Improved thermoelectric materials may give a push to Moores law
  • Inflatable space stations, Reusable rockets and Spiderfab for the 2020s
  • Primate calls, like human speech, can help infants form categories
  • Mammals harbour at least 320,000 new viruses
  • Biologists Show That Generosity Leads to Success
  • Green compensation proposals outlined
  • Nasa LADEE Moon probe ready for lift off
  • New Mexico size volcano discovered in the depths of the Pacific Ocean
  • Fraunhofer studies probe impacts to deflect asteroids
  • SpaceShipTwo sets new altitude, speed record
  • Rare ape cranium fossil uncovered in China
  • Record Heat Is 4 Times As Likely Than In Pre Industrial Times
  • 19 year old inventor finds way to clean up the oceans in under 5 years time
  • Prion like proteins drive several diseases of aging
  • Adopted subspecies of bees become genetically like their adopting colony
  • UK scientists to probe Pine Island Glacier
  • Graphyne and graphene approaches to better desalination
  • Structureless antenna and inflatable antennas for cubesats
  • Launching the $2 million Wendy Schmidt Ocean Health XPRIZE
  • NSF awards $25 million to MIT based center to advance brain understanding
  • Could Future Astronauts 3D Print Habitats Using Mars or Moon Soil?
  • Scientists challenge economics of storing renewable energy
  • Tiny plankton could have big impact on climate
  • Scientists Finally Conclude Nonhuman Animals Are Conscious Beings
  • Where Do Dreams Come From?
  • Creating new memories by directly changing the brain
  • Revamped Fermilab neutrino beam offers hope for new physics
  • Japan launches affordable Epsilon space rocket
  • Social robot design taking cues from dog behavior
  • Time Is in the Eye of the Beholder:
  • Comet collisions increase chance of life across solar system, research suggests
  • Orangutans Plan Their Future Route and Communicate It to Others
  • Genomes of big cats revealed
  • Where is imagination located in the human brain?
  • Killing sharks is killing coral reefs too
  • How long will it be before our planet becomes uninhabitable?
  • Coma: researchers observe never before detected brain activity
  • The only undersea lab resurfaces
  • 3D Printing of a lunar base using lunar soil will print buildings at 3.5 meters per hour
  • An experimental spaceplane with aircraft like operations in orbit
  • How Robo Bees Could Save American Crops
  • Can Humans Survive In A Completely Self Sufficient Closed Environment?
  • A gene for forgetting
  • Are ideas to cool the planet realistic?
  • Diet Of Defeat: Why Football Fans Mourn With High Fat Food
  • Redirecting city killer asteroids with kamikaze spacecraft
  • Fighting Climate Change Also Battles Disease
  • The March of Progress in Solar Continues...
  • Scientists find black holes of water in the Atlantic Ocean
  • Global warming is irreversible without massive geoengineering according to IPCC
  • China to launch space station by 2023
  • Google Science Fair Winners Are Some Amazing Kids
  • SpaceX launching Canadian Cassiope satellite into space this Sunday
  • Mitochondria rejuvenation in mice gave memory and exercise performance boost.
  • Can Phobias Be Cured in Our Sleep?
  • Seeing Light in a New Light
  • Remote Control of the Mind: Over the Internet
  • Apes are making monkeys out of us
  • Spacex has a successful launch of its upgrade falcon 9 rocket
  • Carbon Capture
  • Wireless charging from 30 feet away
  • Nasa plans first 3D printer space launch in 2014
  • Scientists Have Figured Out How to Turn Off Hunger
  • SpaceX Now Has All the Pieces For Truly Reusable Rockets
  • New Asian early anthropoid found in Thailand coal mine
  • Flowering plant origins pushed back 100 million years
  • Bees foraging for flowers hampered by diesel exhaust
  • Why Are There Still So Few Women in Science?
  • Siberian tigers making a comeback in China
  • Cost effective laser based asteroid defense system pitched to NASA
  • Ocean acidification due to carbon emissions is at highest for 300m years
  • The Next Reality TV Prize: A Trip To Space
  • Body clock reset button found
  • Spacex reusable rockets and Bigelow Aerospace inflatable stations
  • 3D printing lowers environmental impact, says study
  • Less than two nanometers thick membrane could revolutionize gas and water purification
  • Giant channels discovered beneath Antarctic ice shelf
  • European 10 year $1.6B Human Brain Project kicks into high gear
  • Higgs boson scientists win Nobel prize in physics
  • China is working towards a manned lunar mission in about 2025.
  • Major cities will hit climate tipping point by 2047, study shows
  • Colder Than Ice:
  • A New Frontier in Animal Intelligence
  • Face blindness: Seeing but not seeing
  • Fears for science amid US shutdown
  • 40 Years Of U.S. Nutrition Data Is Fatally Flawed
  • Sleeping In on the Weekends Does not Fix All the Deficits Caused by Workweek Sleep Loss
  • New tech makes searching for alien life easier
  • Government shutdown bars researchers from Antarctica and freezes climate science
  • For More Accurate Forecasts, Follow the Fish
  • Smelling Storms? Human Supersenses May Become a Reality
  • Eating popcorn in the cinema makes people immune to advertising
  • Scientists Recreate The Sense Of Touch With Direct To Brain Electrical Signals
  • The Rosetta Spacecraft Is Our First Asteroid Lander
  • Seeing in 3D is possible with one eye, St Andrews study suggests
  • Laser slicing technique lets scientists explore the 3D structure of small objects
  • Possible breakthrough using graphene for solar cells
  • Just one in five children connected to nature, says study
  • Some Apes Have Conversations That Resemble Ours
  • Spacex shows the re ignition of the rocket engine over the ocean
  • Virgin Galactic hopes spacecrafts might someday be used for superfast flights across Earth
  • Scientists discover a new twist in light from the early universe
  • Carbon negative energy, a reality at last
  • Spacex says China is their main competitor for commercial space launches
  • Top scientist urges climate change deniers to give in
  • Hormone removes the pleasure of smoking
  • Will machines ever be able to think?
  • Bees challenge our understanding of large brains
  • Scientists Discover Parts of Our Bodies Age at Different Rates
  • DARPA will create robots to scavenge parts from satellites
  • Is a scientific definition of consciousness possible?
  • Seafloor mining robots and equipment nearing completion to mine for gold, silver and copper
  • Why Most People Don't Care About Climate Change
  • Brain Training Not All Its Cracked Up To Be Study Finds
  • Lunar laser communication record at 622 Megabits per second
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  • Researchers create miniature human retina in a dish
  • Google & Virgin Galactic may team up for joint space venture
  • A shot against heart attacks?
  • The mathematics of lottery
  • Link between climate and ocean currents over 6 million years
  • Massive 'ocean' discovered towards Earth's core
  • Earth-Moon Smashup Happened Earlier Than Thought
  • There should be at least two larger than Earth size planets beyond Pluto
  • Doubling of Antarctic ice loss revealed by European satellite
  • Futuristic sea vessel could explore indefinitely
  • NASA Test Bed for Growing Earth Life on Mars to be developed
  • Look Out, Great White Sharks May be Making a Comeback
  • Fungal protein found to cross blood-brain barrier
  • Bionic pancreas shows promise in advanced human trials
  • NASA clears 3D printer for use on the International Space Station
  • Charging portable electronics will be super-fast, widely accessible
  • A gene that stimulates growth of new brain cells in adults
  • Airbus and Safran team up to compete with SpaceX
  • Google's Internet balloons not just pie in the sky
  • Expansion of US marine protected zone could double world reserves
  • Synchronized brain waves enable rapid learning
  • Gold Nanoparticles Melt Your Excess Fat
  • Earth Has Its Warmest May on Record Globally, Spring Could Be Warmest
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  • Targeting tumors using silver nanoparticles
  • Musk's SolarCity has huge plans for solar power
  • Want better marks? Get a good night??s sleep
  • Dementia is 'one of greatest enemies of humanity'
  • US sets up honey bee loss task force
  • Spacex Dragon could land on Mars with a mission under the NASA Discovery Program
  • Cosmic inflation: Confidence lowered for Big Bang signal
  • Self-repairing mechanism helps to preserve brain function in neurodegenerative diseases
  • NASA scientists look ahead to Orion's maiden flight
  • New compound to treat depression identified
  • Why do so many nations want a piece of Antarctica?
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  • Modeling how neurons work together to perform movements: not as random as we thought
  • Israel and China sign $300M nanotech-computer science deal
  • A private Mars mission intends to get samples of Mars rock before NASA does
  • The European Space Agency sets its sights on harpooning space debris
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  • Mini lab grown human hearts could hold cure for heart disease
  • NASA's deep-space craft readying for launch
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  • Genetically Altered Bacteria Prevent Mice From Getting Fat
  • A self-powered artificial cardiac pacemaker
  • Students will send time capsule to Mars
  • Satellite Images Show Massive Reduction In US Air Pollution
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  • 'Immediate protection' needed for Pitcairn's marine bounty
  • NASA has nothing on these moon-bound robots
  • Nasa 'flying saucer' tests Mars tech
  • Newly discovered planet is the most Earth-like yet, scientists say
  • Warming threat to emperor penguins
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  • From India, Proof That a Trip to Mars Doesn??t Have to Break the Bank
  • NASA launches carbon dioxide observer
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  • Consciousness on-off switch discovered deep in brain
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  • NASA OK??s spending on a new rocket built for deep space exploration
  • Magic Mushrooms Expand Your Mind And Amplify Your Brain??s Dreaming Areas
  • Determining the age of stars with sound waves
  • Researchers regrow human corneas in mice
  • Early Flood Prediction Gets a Boost from Space
  • NASA equips space robots with smartphones for the International Space Station
  • Sugar May Harm Brain Health
  • Lift-off for two British demo satellites
  • Want to limit global warming? Bring cash
  • Google Glass hack allows brainwave control
  • Europe??s human brain project comes under attack
  • The Earth's Magnetic Field Flip Could Happen Sooner Than Expected
  • Targeting Multiple Myeloma With Coated And Loaded Nanoparticles
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  • Climate Change Skeptics Dumped by BBC to Create 'Balance'
  • A neural device to restore memory
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  • Scotland could be base for spaceport, says UK government
  • How antioxidants can accelerate cancers, and why they don't protect against them
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  • SpaceX has a successful launch and should have Expendable Launch Vehicle certification by the end of 2014
  • Google??s smart contact lens is one step closer to your eyeball
  • The World In 2025:
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  • Spaceport Britain: 'No challenge is insurmountable'
  • Oxygen fluctuations may have stalled life on Earth for a billion years
  • One injection stops diabetes in its tracks:
  • Arthritis drug shows potential to stall Alzheimer's
  • DARPA announces Phase 1 of its XS-1 spaceplane program
  • NASA thinks that the moon's underground caves and tunnels could one day house astronauts
  • EC 'confident' in human brain project
  • One Third Of Borneo's Rainforest Has Been Cut Down
  • Rogue Geoengineering Project May Have Increased Salmon Numbers
  • ESA prepares IXV concept spaceplane for maiden flight
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  • Geologist says that Curiosity rover's images show Earth-like soils on Mars
  • Research shows oceans are vital for the possibility of alien life
  • New gene discovered that stops spread of deadly cancer:
  • Missing sleep may hurt your memory
  • Is The Universe Is A Giant Bubble? Scientists To Test Theory
  • Noninvasive retinal imaging device is able to detect Alzheimer??s 20 years in advance
  • The future of space: Will we see a new space race?
  • Video shows SpaceX did soft land the Falcon 9 first stage last week
  • A new approach in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence: targeting alien polluters
  • China plans colliders that would dwarf CERN's LHC.
  • New Era of rapid Brain Imaging allows understanding of interactions at the cellular level across the brain
  • NASA seeks commercial satellites to talk to Mars
  • Google takes on the human body in a new project to find out what a healthy person looks like
  • NASA begins to plan successor to the Hubble and James Webb deep space telescopes
  • Biologist warn of early stages of a sixth mass extinction event
  • Cancer blood test moves closer after promising results
  • Study suggests probiotics could prevent obesity and insulin resistance
  • Mysterious signal from the center of the Perseus Cluster unexplained by known physics
  • Low education makes the brain age faster
  • Brain cells can suppress appetite, study in mice shows
  • Sea Level Rise in the Tropical Pacific Ocean isn't Natural:
  • First national study finds trees saving lives, and reducing respiratory problems:
  • People Who Feel They Have A Purpose In Life Live Longer
  • Ancient Earth fossils could be found on the moon
  • Solar storm in 2012 nearly 'knocked modern civilization back to the 18th century'
  • Glow in Space is Evidence of A Hot Bubble in Our Galaxy
  • SpaceX is building on its rocket business revolution
  • Delaying climate action will carry heavy economic cost, White House warns
  • Pea-sized brain hub could shed light on depression
  • Moon mystery: Why our Earth's satellite is lemon-shaped
  • Human Longevity Company hires Google Chief Data Scientist to help enable life extension
  • DNA project 'to make UK world genetic research leader'
  • 'See-through' bodies technique developed
  • Depression Is a Risk Factor for Dementia, New Research Says
  • Climate Change Brings Heat Waves and Cold Snaps
  • Nasa validates 'impossible' space drive
  • There are Cells Inside Teeth That Can Turn Back Into Stem Cells
  • Mars 2020 rover will pave the way for future manned missions
  • Clues to curbing obesity found in neuronal 'sweet spot'
  • The social origins of intelligence in the brain
  • Some Bees Are Busier Than Others
  • Mars Opportunity Rover sets off-world driving record
  • Against the biological clock:
  • One reason brain tumors are more common in men
  • Tiny flying robots are being built to pollinate crops instead of real bees
  • The Fishy Origins of the Fish Oil Craze
  • SpaceX to build its first commercial spaceport in Texas
  • Blood diagnosis app 'can detect diseases'
  • Rosetta probe set to catch comet after ten year chase
  • Climate 'key driver' in European forest disturbances
  • Heading Down A Path That Will Allow Us To Supercharge The Brain
  • New drug reverses effects of Alzheimer??s disease in mice
  • Tidal power generator unveiling hailed as landmark
  • Stem cell stroke therapy shows promise after first human trial
  • The black hole at the birth of the Universe
  • The core of the moon is hot
  • Google helps 'citizen scientist' group recover data from abandoned NASA satellite
  • Stress may be passed down through generations, studies suggest
  • Natural light in office boosts health
  • First-ever 3D-printed space telescopes nearing completion
  • NASA will send a system to extract oxygen from the Mars Atmosphere in 2020
  • Mouth Bacteria Can Change Its Diet, Supercomputers Reveal
  • Rising economies 'ahead on climate'
  • Where Do You Draw the Line Between the Sky and Space?
  • The Super-Imaging Satellite That Will Double Google Maps Resolution
  • Adrenaline Shots May Not Help People Survive Cardiac Arrest
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  • Blood-brain-barrier disruption with high-frequency pulsed electric fields
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  • Extreme Rainfall Is The New Normal, And We're Not Ready For It
  • Near-Earth Asteroid Held Together by Unknown Force
  • Lab grown neurons give scientists a real-time glimpse into how the brain works
  • New analysis links the height of trees to the climate
  • NASA is Working on Origami Solar Arrays That Unfurls in Space
  • Depression 'more common' in early Parkinson's
  • Could tensions over Ukraine hit space?
  • NASA Study Finds Arctic Ice Reduced by Half in Some Areas
  • Bypass Commands From the Brain to Legs Through a Computer
  • Genes point to immune role in Alzheimer's disease
  • Black Holes? I??ll Take a Medium, Please
  • SpaceX raising $200M in funding at $10 billion valuation
  • Study Reveals Immune System is Dazed and Confused During Spaceflight
  • Directing Venom To Fight Cancer
  • Older People Sleep Less. Now We Know Why.
  • Antarctic hides extreme ecosystem
  • Ozone-Depleting Compound Persists, NASA Research Shows
  • Chemicals from sunscreen are poisoning the ocean
  • Global warming slowdown 'could last another decade'
  • Hints of elusive early stars found in our galaxy
  • NASA satellite set to help farmers combat drought
  • Warning over electrical brain stimulation
  • Of bees, mites, and viruses:
  • 'Widespread methane leakage' from ocean floor off US coast
  • Galileo satellites go into wrong, lower orbit
  • A low-cost water splitter that runs on an ordinary AAA battery
  • A long childhood feeds the hungry human brain
  • Researchers Say They've Discovered how to Detect Half of All Cancers
  • New diabetes treatment would turn liver cells into insulin producers
  • Children on the autistic spectrum have extra synapses in their brains
  • Scientists Discover Area of Brain Responsible for Exercise Motivation
  • Holographic universe experiment begins
  • Atoms to product: Engineering products at the nanoscale
  • Novel immune-suppressant vaccine completely blocks HIV infection in apes: human trials planned
  • NASA Approves Construction of the World's Most Powerful Rocket
  • Serotonin not found to be a major player in depression
  • Junk Food Diet Keeps Rats from Seeking Out New Foods
  • Prehistoric proof of climate's see-saw sensitivity
  • Antidepressants show potential for postoperative pain relief
  • This Is What Weight Loss Does To Your Brain
  • For SpaceX, the biggest challenges lie ahead
  • Antarctic coastal waters 'rising faster'
  • No more pause: Global warming will be non-stop from now on
  • DeOrbiter microsatellite could put wayard satellites back on track
  • Brain 'can be trained to prefer healthy food'
  • Google's project to extend life, Calico, announces $1.5 billion research center
  • Japan Is Launching An Asteroid Mining Space Program
  • Extinctions During the Human Era is 1000 Times Worse
  • DARPA plans to shrink brain interface and organ control electronics to the size of nerve fibers
  • Ozone pollution in India kills enough crops to feed 94 million people in poverty
  • Study Shows 'Megadrought' May Soon Hit Southwestern U.S.
  • Experimental rat brain fighter pilot yields insights into how the brain works
  • Mammals Were Meant for the Night Life
  • Water From The Sun, Aided By A Pop Of Pencil Shavings
  • The Plan to Make the Moon an Enormous Detector of Cosmic Rays
  • Earth's new address:
  • NASA: Asteroid 2014 RC to safely fly past Earth
  • Life forms appeared at least 60 million years earlier than previously thought
  • Bacteria from bees as a possible alternative to antibiotics
  • Meteorite leaves crater in Nicaraguan capital Managua
  • Brainy processing at your fingertips
  • Greenhouse gas levels rising at fastest rate since 1984
  • Sugar 'not addictive' says Edinburgh University study
  • Crops Grow On Fake Moon And Mars Soil
  • Climate change could leave sharks and other fish unable to hunt
  • Woman of 24 found to have no cerebellum in her brain
  • Ozone layer showing 'signs of recovery', UN says
  • NASA Research Gives Guideline for Future Alien Life Search
  • Researchers claim hydrogen energy advance
  • Longevity gene in fruit flies hints at coming genetic discoveries to slow aging
  • The brain can perform complex tasks and classify words during sleep
  • Curiosity reaches Mount Sharp
  • ESA's "fly-eye" telescope to watch for Earth-threatening asteroids
  • Virgin Galactic Has Delayed its First Flight
  • First ban on shark and manta ray trade comes into force
  • Brain may 'compensate' for Alzheimer's damage
  • Martian meteorite yields more evidence of the possibility of life on Mars
  • What Is the Universe? Mind Bending Answers From Physics
  • Climate change remedies 'affordable'
  • Four Enormous Projects That Could Save Coastal Cities in Our Flooded Future
  • Genetically, Schizophrenia Is At Least Eight Separate Diseases
  • Spaceship Earth Grants competition offers chance of a trip into space
  • NASA chooses Boeing & SpaceX to transport human crew on space missions
  • First blood test to diagnose depression in adults
  • August was hottest on record worldwide, says NASA
  • 3D printer to launch to the International Space Station
  • When dark matter collides
  • Mousetronauts To Live In Space For the Longest Stretch Yet
  • NASA's MAVEN spacecraft prepares for orbital insertion
  • Shark Skin Aids the Fights Against Hospital Superbugs
  • Nvidia used global illumination to prove we did land men on the moon
  • Climate change summit: Thousands join global protests
  • Telomerase can be turned off with a genetic switch which could be an antiaging breakthrough
  • Cosmic inflation: BICEP 'underestimated' dust problem
  • Measuring Brainwaves Could Lead To An Objective Autism Diagnosis
  • Scientists debate polar sea-ice opposites
  • Brian Cox: 'Multiverse' makes sense
  • Company that Made Space Station's 3D Printer Now Working on Printing with Moon Dust
  • UN climate summit: China pledges emissions action
  • Virgin Galactic Wants to Fly You From LA to Tokyo
  • UN Pledges to End Deforestation by 2030
  • India's Mars satellite 'Mangalyaan' sends first images
  • Earth is Facing an Impending Magnetic Field Flip
  • Brain repair 'may be boosted by curry spice'
  • Obama creates vast Pacific Ocean marine reserve
  • Complex organic molecule found in interstellar space
  • Earth's Water Is Older Than The Sun
  • Curiosity Mars rover drills into base of Mount Sharp
  • Great Apes Are Masters At Detecting Deception
  • Sticky Nanobeads that Can clean Bacteria and Viruses From Blood
  • Asteroid Act could unlock billions of dollars in asteroid mining
  • Virtual Reality May Become The Next Great Media Platform But Can it Fool all Five Senses?
  • Human-Caused Climate Change Fueled Some of 2013's Extreme Weather
  • World wildlife populations halved in 40 years
  • Runner-Up In NASA's Space Taxi Contest Will Fight Decision
  • Antarctic ice melting causes shift in gravity
  • Massive electrode array system will do first large-scale network recording of brain activity
  • Four sites vie for European ExoMars landing
  • Moon's hidden valley system revealed
  • Elon Musk believes colonizing Mars will save humanity
  • Satellites detect 'thousands' of new ocean-bottom mountains
  • Bees, birds may suffer from pesticides
  • The Quest to Build an Elevator to Space
  • Different depths reveal ocean warming trends
  • Crystal grains can hold huge amounts of oxygen for lighter underwater breathing
  • How big data is fueling a new age in space exploration
  • An intense workout of as little as 20 minutes can enhance long-term memory
  • Analysis Reveals Global Warming Underestimated By 24% To 58%
  • App turns a smartphone into a pocket-sized cosmic ray detector
  • The Quest To Harness Wind Energy At 2,000 Feet
  • Isolation and hallucinations: the mental health challenges faced by astronauts
  • Antarctic Sea Ice Reaches New Record Maximum
  • A Breakthrough in the Quest to Regenerate Bones
  • Glucosamine promotes longevity by mimicking low-carb diet
  • Nobel Prize for the brain's GPS discovery
  • Inflatable private room to dock to ISS, commercialise space
  • Can You Get PTSD From A Virtual Experience?
  • Sierra Nevada Protest Halts Production Of SpaceX And Boeing Space Taxis
  • Ocean acidification causes US$1trn of damage a year
  • Are we alone in the universe?
  • Methane hot spot in US is 3x expected size:
  • The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2014: beyond the diffraction limit in microscopy
  • Obama??s Brain Project Backs Neurotechnology
  • How to Measure Distance in Space
  • The signature of aging in the brain
  • Can Sucking CO2 Out of the Atmosphere Really Work?
  • Could Climate Change Mean the End of the Seasons?
  • Secret space plane finally lands after 663 days in space
  • Sea level rise over past century unmatched in 6,000 years
  • Volcanoes Erupted On The Moon Within The Past 100 Million Years
  • Woman Sees 100 Times More Colors Than The Average Person
  • Rosetta mission: Comet landing gets green light
  • Late Bloomer Galaxies Help Us Understand Star Formation
  • Suspended Animation In Space Travel: What Scientists Still Need To Learn
  • Mars One design not feasible, MIT researchers find
  • Mercury's hidden water-ice revealed
  • How myths about the brain are hampering teaching
  • The Space Station Is Getting A UPS-Style Shipping Service
  • Could the moon provide all of Earth's power?
  • Bigger Than The Saturn V, Bound for Deep Space
  • MAVEN spacecraft provides look at Martian upper atmosphere
  • Dutch team is developing crops fed by sea water
  • Low-carbohydrate diet improved quality of life in diabetes patients
  • Virgin Galactic Ready for Another Round of Space Testing
  • Europe emission targets 'will fail to protect climate'
  • NASA looks to SpaceX for Mars landing tips
  • Robot will beam live Moon pictures to Oculus Rift users in virtual reality
  • Aussie bees fight 'hive wars'
  • 'Let??s create the OS of life'
  • Transparent graphene-based sensors open new window into the brain
  • China Launches First Privately Funded Moon Mission Today
  • What does the next generation telescope need to detect life?
  • Researchers head to Antarctic to study ice sheet lakes
  • Will cosmic rays threaten Mars One, and other deep-space astronaut projects?
  • Science chief warns on acid oceans
  • EU leaders agree CO2 emissions cut
  • Google's Alan Eustace beats Baumgartner's skydiving record
  • Climate change caused by ocean, not just atmosphere
  • SpaceX Plans to Start Reusing Rockets Next Year
  • Are efforts at total brain simulation putting the cart before the horse?
  • 31 days living at the bottom of the sea
  • Test Version of Planetary Resources Space telescope Scheduled to Launch Today
  • Scientists convert human skin cells into brain cells
  • A Virus May Be the Cure for a Deadly Honeybee Disease
  • Astronomers discover first "ice giant" exoplanet
  • SpaceX will attempt to land Falcon 9 booster December 9th on a floating platform and then reuse it
  • The world is losing 2,000 hectares of farm soil daily to salt damage
  • Antares rocket explosion destroyed 26 satellites built by San Francisco??s Planet Labs
  • Scientists grow miniature human stomachs from stem cells
  • Scientists make enzyme that could help explain origins of life
  • Low oxygen 'delayed animal life on Earth'
  • Virgin Galactic spacecraft crash kills one
  • Magnetic stimulation show promise in treatment of bipolar disorder and depression
  • Are Salt-Loving Super Plants the Saviors of the Planet?
  • NASA seeks proposals for deep space missions
  • Virgin Galactic??s Richard Branson: 'The dream lives on'
  • NASA Hopes to Test Mining Moon Water for Future Manned Missions
  • Geographic change may have triggered an explosion of life
  • Fossil fuels should be phased out by 2100 says IPCC
  • Arachnophobia Sliced Out of a Man's Brain
  • NASA and Lockheed Martin Say That the Orion Spacecraft is Complete
  • Virgin Galactic crash: Descent system 'deployed early'
  • Earth??s water has been present since the planet??s earliest days
  • A brain decoder that could read your inner thoughts
  • Plan bee: New measures to protect pollinators
  • Far Infrared: The New Driver Behind Arctic Warming
  • How Gravity Explains Why Time Never Runs Backward
  • PTN interviews Austen Heinz, CEO of Cambrian Genomics:
  • Orbital Sciences set to retire suspect motor in rocket explosion
  • Brain-to-brain interface via Internet replicated, improved
  • Health watchdog warns on 3D usage for children under age 6
  • Roscosmos to test its Moon base on Earth
  • Google Wants to Store Your Genome
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  • Gaia space observatory could discover 70,000 new Jupiters
  • Synthetic Platelets Halt Bleeding Three Times Faster
  • Scientists create Parkinson's disease in a dish
  • Background light suggests many stars 'outside galaxies'
  • Brain's taste secrets uncovered
  • The origins of multicellular life
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  • Scientists develop thought-controlled gene switch
  • Despite Antares and Virgin Galactic setbacks, space entrepreneurship is about to be huge
  • Virgin Galactic Crash May Lead To New Regulations For Private Spaceflight
  • US and China in 'historic' greenhouse gas emissions pledge
  • Playing video games is good for your brain
  • Philae makes historic first landing on comet
  • Virgin Galactic pilot recounts how he survived being ejected at 50,000 feet
  • Whole-genome sequences of 17 of the world??s oldest living people published
  • Gut??brain link grabs the attention of neuroscientists
  • The Plan to Map Illegal Fishing From Space
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  • This Electric Fence System Could Safely Segregate Swimmers and Sharks
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  • Ionospheric Connection Explorer mission gets green light for development
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  • One Gene Mutation Cuts Heart Attack Risk by Half
  • Humans' big brains might be due in part to newly identified protein
  • Ocean gliding robots used to study melting Antarctic sheet ice
  • China plans Mars mission For 2020, a new space race could be heating up
  • Europe signs on to NASA's manned Orion venture
  • How to increase (or decrease) brain activity and memory
  • PlanetTech News interviews Miroculus: The future of cancer detection
  • Why didn't the universe collapse after the Big Bang?
  • UK 'to lead moon landing' funded by public contributions
  • Dark matter could be seen in GPS time glitches
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  • Imagination, reality flow in opposite directions in the brain
  • Lockheed Martin begins Insight Mars lander final assembly
  • It is clear that 2014 will end up as the warmest year on record
  • Norway to grow food crops in space
  • Elon Musk teases new fins for reusable rockets, autonomous spaceport ships
  • Lost languages leave traces on the brain
  • Scientists want to bring the moon closer with virtual reality
  • Antarctic sub gauges sea ice thickness
  • Complex life may be possible in only 10% of all galaxies
  • NASA Wants To Launch Tiny Moon Satellites On Its Next-Generation Rocket
  • A new gravity map from the Goce satellite traces ocean circulation
  • Adjusting Earth??s thermostat, with caution
  • Geo-engineering: Climate fixes 'could harm billions'
  • The First 3D Printer in Space 3D Printed its First Object
  • PlanetTech News interviews neuroscientist Dr. Kenneth Hayworth
  • DNA molecule survives critical entry into Earth's atmosphere
  • New targeted, noninvasive treatments for mental illness to combine TMS and ultrasound
  • Risk from extreme weather set to rise
  • Invisible Shield Around the Earth Protects from 'Killer Electrons'
  • The Chinese scientific revolution aims to tackle climate change
  • Disruptive sounds help aging brain ignore distractions
  • Bees Decline Along with Their Favorite Flowers
  • Amazing short film imagines the future of space exploration
  • Meteorite grains tell a shocking tale of solar system birth
  • Carnegie Mellon researchers identify brain regions that encode words, grammar, story
  • UN climate talks begin as global temperatures break records
  • Ministers to chart Ariane rocket's future
  • Carnegie Mellon unveils Andy lunar rover
  • Should we mine the Moon?
  • Customize your emotions with a device; coming in 2015
  • The other reusable rocket company, Blue Origin says it should be flying to orbit in 2019
  • UK lead role in Mars mission
  • Mediterranean diet keeps people 'genetically young'
  • West Antarctic Melt Rate Has Tripled
  • Orion 'Mars ship' launch postponed
  • Success with the ground-based detection of super-earth exoplanets
  • Orion splashes down
  • Wireless brain sensor could unchain neuroscience from cables
  • Earth's Early Atmosphere Obliterated by Space Rocks
  • New Twist in Life??s Start Could Aid Efforts to Make It from Scratch
  • Orion is a Triumph. Let's Not Waste It
  • Your Run-of-the-Mill Digital Camera Can Now Detect Alien Planets
  • UK researchers set out goals for Lunar Mission One
  • 'Huge' Primate Fossils Hint at Earlier Evolution
  • Anxiety can damage the brain
  • SpaceX to Try to Land Rocket on Floating Platform Next Week
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  • Earth's water probably didn't come from comets, Rosetta scientists say
  • Birds do it, bees do it. Many animals 'self medicate'
  • Curiosity Mars rover 'solves mountain riddle'
  • Brain inflammation a hallmark of autism, large-scale analysis shows
  • Experimental food additive makes people feel full sooner
  • Sugar worse than salt row erupts
  • With a blown up rocket, Orbital Sciences hitches a ride to space
  • A new low-cost way to create 3D nanostructures
  • Top 10 physics breakthroughs listed
  • Saving information on a computer boosts human memory resources for new information
  • Virgin is Cancelling its Deep-Ocean Mission
  • How did life become complex, and could it happen beyond Earth?
  • UN members agree to a deal at the Lima climate talks
  • Earth faces sixth great extinction
  • Paul Allen Gives $100 Million for New Institute for Cell Science with Major Focus on Stem Cells
  • Google Glass is Headed to the ISS
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  • NASA's Curiosity rover has detected methane on Mars
  • Some exoplanets may get squished by gravity from stars
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  • How Technology Brought Us Closer to the Future in 2014
  • Organic matter detected on Mars
  • SpaceX??s resupply mission gets postponed (again)
  • Microplastic deposits found deep in world's oceans and seas
  • Google Lunar XPrize deadline extended to 2016
  • NASA emails a 3D printed spanner to the International Space Station
  • Stem cells: First therapy approved by EU
  • Gene therapy boosts mice survival from heart attacks
  • Ibuprofen use leads to extended lifespan in several species, study shows
  • Adding Water to Some Solids Can Actually Make Them Stronger
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  • Researchers reverse the aging process for human adult stem cells
  • Tiny twisting muscles developed for propelling nanobots
  • Doctor trials laser treatment to change eye colour
  • Welsh government's opt out organ donor consultation
  • LifeStraw Brings Clean Water To Almost One Million In Kenya
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  • For the First Time, Lab-Grown Blood Is Pumped Into a Human's Veins
  • Obese Monkeys Lose Weight On Drug That Attacks Blood Supply of Fat Cells
  • Light barrier used to repel mosquitoes
  • Scientists destroy tumors in mice using light therapy
  • A wearable defibrillator can prevent sudden death in people with dangerous heart arrhythmias.
  • Ultrathin, ultraflexible brain implant or 50 time higher resolution
  • New cancer treatment: Rice chemists cram 2 million nanorods into a single cancer cell
  • Researchers Engineer a Mightier Mouse
  • Engineered, drug-secreting blood vessels reverse anemia in mice
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  • Bionic contact lens to project emails before eyes
  • Cancer survival: Macmillan hails major improvement
  • Startups, depression and suicide
  • Low vitamin D linked to heart disease, death
  • Alzheimers: Deep brain stimulation reverses disease
  • Tiny Magnets Could Clear Diseases from the Blood
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  • Genetically altered mosquito to fight humanity's biggest killer
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  • Microsoft and GE creating new health care company in Seattle region, employing 750 to start
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  • Pituitary Grown From Embryonic Stem Cells
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  • Lucid Dreaming could be used for learning new skills and improved decision making
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  • Brain function can start declining as early as age 45
  • Microsoft developing electronic contact lens to monitor blood sugar
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  • Bloodstream robots for medicine about 3 to 5 years away for clinical use
  • Birth of the Bionic Eye
  • A nanoscale biological coating that can halt bleeding nearly instantaneously
  • Routine aspirin may cause harm
  • Old Mice Made Young
  • Peter Diamandis announces Tricorder X Prize competition:
  • Photoacoustic device finds cancer cells before they become tumors
  • Discovery Could Lead to an Exercise Pill
  • Farnham teenager awaits bionic stomach
  • Bacon linked to pancreatic cancer
  • Totally drug resistant TB emerges in India
  • Senstore Wants To Make A Tricorder That Monitors The Entire Body
  • MS damage washed away by stream of young blood
  • NHS facing neurology disease time bomb
  • Meningitis jab offers protection hope
  • Future phones could measure your health
  • Advanced Cell Technology: Stem cell retinal implants safe
  • Mind altering drugs research call from Prof David Nutt
  • Sniffing Oxytocin Could Make Us Outgoing
  • Cancer Vaccine Announcement
  • Heart attacks deaths halved in the last decade, experts say
  • AI will eventually drive healthcare, but not anytime soon
  • The ethics of brain boosting
  • Drug companies join forces to combat deadliest tropical diseases
  • Could A Club Drug Offer Almost Immediate Relief From Depression?
  • Handheld Pathogen Sensor Could Diagnose HIV in 30 Minutes
  • Smart bomb mouthwash aims to end tooth decay: Will it work?
  • The science of antiaging
  • Why the brain is more reluctant to function as we age
  • Malaria deaths hugely underestimated
  • Highest resolution in vivo images of mouse brain achieved
  • Why Do Cells Age?
  • Canadian made HIV vaccine approved for human testing
  • First Heartless Man
  • How to map the 100 billion neurons in the brain
  • The Miraculous NASA Breakthrough That Could Save Millions of Lives
  • diet soft drinks linked to stroke and heart attack
  • Genetic Parkinsons disease brain cells made in lab
  • Cancer drug reverses Alzheimers in mice
  • Investing in the fountain of youth
  • Web based counseling, Telepsychiatry, is taking off
  • A Smartphone That Detects Whether Its User Is Depressed
  • Immune cells use 'starvation tactics' on HIV
  • Ancient Chinese medicine could fight ageing
  • Gene Therapy Can Restore Vision One Eye at a Time
  • Radiation treatment transforms breast cancer cells into cancer stem cells
  • Blood Tests Can Accurately Diagnose Depression
  • Scientists Use Brain Waves To Eavesdrop On What We Hear
  • While Average Lifespans Increase, 114 Remains A Stubborn And Mysterious Upper Bound. Why?
  • Major breakthrough in Nanosurgery and the fight against cancer
  • Brain imaging differences evident at 6 months in infants who develop autism
  • DNA nanorobots deliver suicide messages to cancer cells, other diseases
  • Pancreatic cancer: Trial drug shows promise
  • Revolutionary putty could heal bone fractures in days rather than months
  • GPs to prescribe health apps
  • Aging of eyes is blamed for range of health woes
  • Sirtuin 6 can increase the lifespan of male mice by 15%
  • Through the blood:engineers create self propelled medical device
  • Discovery of new blood types may explain some transplant failures and more
  • An OFF switch for pain
  • Transforming Skin Cells into Neurons Leads to New Insights for Alzheimers
  • Monkey controls robot hand through brain implants
  • Redesigning People: How Medtech Could Expand Beyond the Injured
  • Low Levels of Omega 3 Fatty Acids May Cause Memory Problems
  • How memory formation is triggered by stem cells
  • Stem cell therapy takes off in Texas
  • World first biodegradable joint implant grows new joints
  • Russian Mogul Plans To Plant Our Brains In Robots And Keep Them Alive Forever
  • Osteoporosis drug kills malaria parasite in mice
  • Reversing Alzheimer Gene Blockade Can Restore Memory
  • Selective removal of aging cells delays onset of aging related diseases
  • Stem cells grown on a scaffold form new heart tissues
  • Lifestyle Choices Made in Your 20s Can Impact Your Heart Health in Your 40s
  • Better neural control of prosthetics for amputees
  • Redheads feel a different kind of pain
  • Human stem cells help blind rats
  • An open source robo surgeon
  • Cost of gene sequencing falls, raising hopes for medical advances
  • hallucinogenic drugs help problem drinkers
  • Drug Helps Purge Hidden HIV
  • A new view of DNA
  • Heart Attacks Rise Following Daylight Saving Time
  • Red meat increases death, cancer and heart risk, says study
  • Activist pressure slowing animal imports
  • Long space missions may damage eyesight
  • Nanotube technology leading to fast, lower cost medical diagnostics
  • The split brain: a tale of two halves
  • Few genes control neuronal function
  • Peoples immune systems can now be duplicated in mice
  • Red meat: What is a 13% increase in the risk of death?
  • Will 10 year olds be popping pills to live longer?
  • Examining His Own Body, Stanford Geneticist Stops Diabetes in Its Tracks
  • Viruses Recruited as Killers of Tumors
  • Researchers have found a mechanism that can be hijacked in order to import RNA into the mitochondria as desired.
  • Will we ever grow replacement hands?
  • Computer model of spread of dementia can predict future disease
  • Test being developed to detect that a heart attack will soon happen
  • Applying Watson technology for personalized cancer care
  • Researchers prove that memories reside in specific brain cells
  • Biomarkers for autism discovered
  • Dementia: PM promises push to tackle national crisis
  • How does the brain secrete morality?
  • The brain is wired in a 3D grid structure, landmark study finds
  • The link between fast food and depression has been confirmed
  • Vaccine to stop heart attacks could be here in 5 years
  • Gene clue to post-traumatic stress disorder risk
  • Memory loss with aging not necessarily permanent
  • Scientists unlock key to cancer cell death mystery
  • Mice representing 1000 gene strains will speed gene to disease matching from 15 years to 2 year
  • Group Set To Sequence 1000 Genomes By The End Of The Year
  • Resistance spread compromising fight against malaria
  • Scientists Link Gene Mutation to Autism Risk
  • Marathon mouse space mission boosts bone protection
  • Salk scientists find cellular switches for the bodys biological clock
  • DNA Nanorobot Targets Therapeutic Responses
  • Study Finds New Possible Treatment For Type 2 Diabetes
  • Whole genome sequences of supercentenarians reveal longevity clues
  • Where is intelligence located in the brain?
  • Drinking Alcohol May Significantly Enhance Problem Solving Skills
  • New MRI technique may predict rate of progress of dementias
  • Breakdown of white matter pathways affects decisionmaking as we age
  • Can a hallucinogen from Africa cure addiction?
  • Systemic Underestimation of future life expectancy by 3 years for every 20 years
  • Specific Genes Linked to Big Brains and Intelligence
  • Traffic pollution kills 5,000 a year in UK, says study
  • Scientists create nanoparticles that image brain tumors, increasing accuracy of surgical removal
  • Repeated Oral doses of C60 fullerene increased the lifespan of rats by 60 to 73% in a small study
  • Regenerative medicine repairs mice from top to toe
  • Scientists Identify 10 Breast Cancer Subtypes with DNA analysis
  • Ageing genes discovered
  • Aspirin fat burning mechanism found
  • Window of Opportunity to Prevent Cerebral Palsy Discovered
  • Confirmed: He Who Sits the Most Dies the Soonest
  • Cocaine Use Dramatically Speeds Up Brain Aging
  • Mobile phones: Still no evidence of harm to health
  • Bakewells and dogs vs dementia
  • Action Videogames Change Brains
  • The top 10 toxic chemicals suspected to cause autism and learning disabilities
  • Messing With Memory
  • Heart shrinking trial to combat heart failure to begin
  • Evidence Builds That Meditation Strengthens the Brain
  • Super Precise Laser Scalpel Minimizes Collateral Damage
  • How to Make a Broken Heart Mend Itself
  • Way to spot breast cancer years in advance
  • Zuckerberg To Help Spur Life Saving Facebook Tool
  • Aspirin is as good as warfarin for most heart failure patients
  • Amid Controversy, Scientists Publish Recipe For Making More Potent Bird Flu
  • Spinning Spare Parts
  • Engineers design nanoparticles that deliver high doses of antibiotics directly to bacteria.
  • Remote controlled genes trigger insulin production
  • Massive rise in Asian eye damage
  • Jogging Adds 5 Years to Peoples Life
  • Robot reveals the inner workings of brain cells
  • Range of brain diseases could be treated by single drug
  • Bionic woman Claire Lomas completes London Marathon
  • Stem cell shield could protect cancer patients
  • Toothless No More Researchers Using Stem Cells to Grow New Teeth
  • Psychopathy linked to brain abnormalities
  • A Retinal Prosthetic Powered by Light
  • Gene Therapy enhancement of IGF1 production triples endurance in mice
  • Brain oscillations reveal that our senses do not experience the world continuously
  • The genes behind human intelligence also made us vulnerable to autism
  • Strokes : Drawing test may predict risks in older men
  • First Gene Therapy Successful Against Aging Associated Decline
  • Nature Walk Helps Enhance Cognitive Skills in People Diagnosed with Depression
  • The Dalai Lama has given his blessing to Itskovs immortality project
  • Good Cholesterol Not So Good After All, New Study Shows
  • New Study Shows Gene Therapy For HIV Safe After A Decade
  • Coffee Drinkers Have Lower Risk of Death, Study Suggests
  • Radical Life Extension Is Already Here, But We are Doing it Wrong
  • Rapamycin Slows Aging in Mice
  • 2-Hour Therapy Cures Spider Phobia by Rewiring the Brain
  • DARPA Living Foundries plans to make Synthetic Biology ten times faster and cheaper
  • American Heart Association: Tasers can cause death
  • MIT Builds A Needle Free Drug Injector
  • Live Longer, Look Younger with Telomerase
  • Special polymer gel allows adult stem cell differentiation without immune rejection
  • Super sensitive Tests could enable early disease detection
  • First Stem Cell-Based Therapy Gets Approved, In Canada
  • Cannabis does not slow multiple sclerosis progress
  • Fish study raises hope for spinal injury repair
  • Finnish Scientists Announce a Possible Universal Allergy Vaccine
  • Lab grown human blood vessels could help study diseases, grow tissues for transplant
  • Neuroscientists reach major milestone in whole brain circuit mapping project
  • Wall Street Journal Considers Our Superabled Transhumanist Future
  • Prostate cancer drug so effective trial stopped
  • Tiny new sensor could simplify brain wave research
  • CT Scans Triple Cancer Risk in Children
  • Nobel winning Barre Sinoussi optimistic about HIV cure
  • Bionic Eyes Are Totally a Thing Come 2013
  • Alzheimers vaccine trial a success say researchers
  • Japan team creates liver from stem cells
  • Biochip That Makes 10,000 Simultaneous Measurements
  • New skin patch treatment kills most common form of skin cancer
  • Brain tissue used to study autism destroyed by hospital freezer fault
  • Revealed: Secret of HIVs natural born killers
  • Stroke risk increased by sleeping less than six hours a night; simple eye test could detect
  • Your DNA Changes as You Age
  • Human bones grown from fat in laboratory
  • Ten year old girl gets vein grown from her stem cells
  • MIT creates glucose fuel cell to power implanted brain computer interfaces
  • Elevated levels of human hormone motivates exercise
  • Breakthrough Antibody Cocktail Successfully Cures Ebola Viru
  • Will avatars help children with social anxiety overcome fears?
  • Melbourne hospital in heart surgery breakthrough
  • Smartphone users risking health with overuse of devices
  • New Prenatal Blood Tests Can Identify Paternity of an Eight Week Fetus
  • Americans Are Not Getting Older as Life Expectancy Stagnates
  • Stay Away from Negative Thoughts to Improve Problem Solving Ability
  • EEG brain trace can detect autism
  • The Status of Lab Grown Organs
  • Handheld DMR spectrometer diagnoses cancer in an hour
  • Smoking vaccine blocks nicotine in mice brains
  • Scientists Invent Particles That Will Let You Live Without Breathing
  • HIV quad pill may improve care
  • New brain scanner helps paralysed people spell words
  • Human Stem Cell Transplants Successfully Reversed Diabetes in Mice
  • Sleep Deprivation Amps Up the Brain
  • Laser activated nanoparticles produce medicine inside the body on demand
  • Easter Island drug improves learning and memory in mice of all ages
  • How to create living tissues with 3D printed vascular networks made from sugar
  • US approves first over the counter HIV home use test
  • First vein grown from human stem cells successfully transplanted into a young girl
  • Man and robot linked by brain scanner
  • Novel system guides the blind by turning images into music
  • A Shotgun for Blood Clots
  • Space Helps Worms Live Longer, What About Humans?
  • Worlds fastest camera detects rogue cancer cells in real time
  • Magnetic coils may be safer than electrodes for deep brain stimulation
  • Synthetic protein kick starts the immune system to prevent all strains of the flu
  • Have Scientists Finally Discovered a Cure For Tooth Decay?
  • New Vaccine Prevents Weight Gain And Stimulates Weight Loss
  • Babies with dogs less likely to develop infections
  • Alzheimers can be predicted 25 years early
  • Extending Peoples Lives, One Artificial Heart At A Time
  • Quit smoking with a shot
  • FDA Approves First Drug To Prevent HIV Infection
  • Inactivity killing as many as smoking
  • The laser powered bionic eye that gives 576 pixel grayscale vision to the blind
  • Alzheimers Treatment Study Reports Three Years with No Decline in Memory and Function
  • Nanoparticle Completely Eradicates Hepatitis C Virus
  • Nanolipogel delivers multiple cancer treatments to boost survival rates
  • Polypill could save thousands of lives
  • researchers develop nanorobot that can be programmed to target different diseases
  • Gene therapy nears approval in Europe
  • Lab engineered muscle implants restore function in animal studies
  • Aging heart cells rejuvenated by modified stem cells
  • DNA race to unlock ageing secrets
  • Closing in on a cure for vision loss
  • A few days in Nanomedicine
  • Stem Cell Agency Commits $150 Million To Develop New Therapies
  • Hunter Gatherer Energetics and Human Obesity
  • Newly Discovered Scaffold Supports Turning Pain Off
  • Boy Who Received Stem Cell Trachea Implant Doing Well After Two Years
  • Sedentary lifestyle can kill
  • Did Your Brain Make You Do It?
  • Kidney Cancer Vaccine Successful in Clinical Trials
  • Where is self awareness located in the brain?
  • Femtosecond lasers non invasively destroys brain and other cancer tumors
  • New tissue engineering tool creates large patches of precision designed tissue
  • Cancer stem cells tracked
  • FDA approves edible electronic pills
  • Tailor made viruses for enhanced cancer therapy
  • Non Disease Virus Kills Breast Cancer Cells In Lab
  • New flu virus found in seals concerns scientists
  • Researchers identifiy mechanism that turns white fat cells to brown
  • Memory improves for older adults using brain fitness program
  • Heart tissue derived from embryonic stem cells doesnt skip a beat
  • Making cancer cells forget what they are to cease their deadly proliferation
  • Heavy teenage cannabis use linked with anxiety disorders in late 20s
  • Chinese teenager: Mom, I sold my kidney for an iPhone, iPad
  • Scientists Invent Particles That Will Let You Live Without Breathing
  • Transcranial electrical stimulation replaces invasive deep brain stimulation for treating epilepsy
  • Scientists say stress can shrink the brain
  • Danny Hillis on proteomics and genomics
  • An Artificial Retina with the Capacity to Restore Normal Vision
  • Protein that boosts longevity may protect against diabetes
  • Scientists find way to block opioid addiction without affecting pain relief
  • Eyedrops Could Make Eyes Light Up With Signs of Neurological Disease
  • New nanoparticles shrink tumors in mice
  • Cambridge University opens Stem Cell Institute
  • Scan Reveals Brain Structure To Be Much Simpler Than We Thought
  • New Device Will Easily Detect Tumors Before They Spread
  • Lab on a chip using Nanowires provides heart attack detection in minutes
  • Brain scans dont lie about age
  • Genetically modified Golden Rice prevents Vitamin A deficiency and Blindness
  • Cancer in over 65s predicted to treble by 2040
  • Secrets of SuperAger Brains:
  • Virus like nanoparticle built to target tumors
  • Autotransfusion Device Collects Blood During Surgery and Pumps it Back Into the Patient
  • Immune system discovery could lead to a vaccine for heart disease
  • Neural stem cells part of experimental treatment for ALS patients
  • Neurological discovery could lead to machines that speak for the speechless
  • Depression Linked With Hyperconnected Brain Areas
  • Scientists Turn Adult Red Blood Cells Into Embryonic Stem Cells
  • Promising new drug target discovered for treatment and prevention of heart failure
  • Clot nets help stroke recovery
  • Toaster Sized Box Detects Cancers and Infections Instantly
  • Diabetes risk in grilled meat
  • Study claims cannabis smoking can permanently lower your IQ
  • AIDS Virus Could Be Harnessed to Fight Cancer
  • Vitamin B3 helps kill superbugs
  • Traffic light blood test shows hidden alcohol harm
  • UK life healthier for longer, ONS figures show
  • Active pensioners add six years
  • South African Scientists Claim Breakthrough Drug Cures All Strains of Malaria
  • In World First, Scientists Surgically Implant a Working Bionic Eye In a Blind Patient
  • Nanoparticles could lead to stronger drugs, fewer side effects for cancer patients
  • Donate organs? No, grow them from scratch
  • Study: Marijuana May Protect Against Alcohol Brain Damage
  • Epigenetics gives clues to human cancer susceptibility
  • Researchers pioneer worlds first HIV/AIDS nanomedicines
  • Stem cells bring back feeling for paralysed patients
  • Viral Gene Therapy Gives Non Smelling Mice the Ability to Smell
  • Results show a virus is more effective than drugs at killing cancer tumors.
  • Fish oils help slow age decline
  • Pacemakers, implants to shrink thanks to wireless breakthrough
  • Mapping neurological disease
  • Researchers identify biochemical functions for most of the human genome
  • This Chip Measures Blood Sugar Levels Through Your Tears
  • New drug protects memory against stress in mouse study
  • First mind controlled leg prothesis
  • Hay fever vaccine: New method could be cheaper and better
  • Second Hand Smoking Damages Everyday Prospective Memory
  • Alzheimers could be the most catastrophic impact of junk food
  • Crucial advance in stem cell research
  • Scientists discover how brain cells age
  • Work stress raises heart risk
  • Laser injection less painful than needles
  • A Brain Implant that Thinks
  • Disorder of Neuronal Circuits in Autism Is Reversible
  • Paralyzed Rats Walk Again After Stem Cell Transplant
  • Eye test helps diagnose neurological disorders
  • A nose like sensor array that smells different cancers
  • A first: organs made with bodys own cells
  • Middle age begins at 55 years, survey suggests
  • Precision motion tracking thousands of cells at a time
  • How stress blocks short term memory
  • Skin cancer detection breakthrough
  • EnChroma glasses designed to compensate for color blindness
  • Human brain gene map shows striking similarities
  • A New Artificial Heart Pump That Mimics the Real Thing
  • Mini MRI developed to monitor astronaut health
  • New Eye Control Glasses To Help Severely Disabled
  • Delivering drugs via nanoparticles to target mitochondria
  • Cancer death rates set for a dramatic fall
  • Nanoscale technologies to cut DNA sequencing costs
  • Telescopic implant helps damaged eyes see again
  • Making old muscles young again
  • Weeding out problem stem cells for safer therapy
  • Diabetes Research Breakthrough
  • UN warns over impact of rapidly ageing populations
  • New blood booster tested in UK led clinical trials
  • Keeping tumor cells alive to test different drugs
  • Stem cells improve visual function in blind mice
  • Marijuana And Cancer:
  • University of Adelaide scientists make multiple sclerosis progression breakthrough
  • Acoustic cell sorting chip may lead to cell phone sized medical labs
  • Free Eye Exams And Glasses To Those Who Need Them Would Save $202 Billion Annually
  • Nanoparticles can deliver antiaging therapies
  • Life created from eggs made from skin cells
  • Researchers sequence whole baby genome in 50 hours
  • Ketamine can help those suffering from depression
  • A Study casts doubt on the heart benefits of fish oil
  • Clinical Trials in Canada for stem cells to heal hearts
  • New imaging technologies transforming medicine
  • Alzheimers drug slows memory loss by a third
  • Zapping cancer cells with magnets
  • Lives saved on the go, fda approves implantable defibrillator
  • Glowing DNA allows for high speed disease detection
  • Childhood stimulation key to brain development, study finds
  • Age should not affect surgery
  • How to create beating heart muscle cells
  • Genomics field gets a boost with rare cancer breakthrough
  • How prion proteins in the brain aid learning and memory
  • Depression up by half a million
  • Obesity surgery seen as quick fix
  • Young blood reverses age related cognitive impairments
  • Mapping brain circuits for specific functions
  • Chinese life expectancy to hit 75.8 years by 2015
  • Starvation hormone extends mouse life span by thirty to forty percent
  • Brain change link to antisocial behaviour in girls
  • Da Vinci robot heart surgery at New Cross Hospital
  • New hope for the blind from neuroscientists?
  • Exercising in your 70s may stop brain shrinkage
  • Placebo effect may be down to genes
  • Sequencing the Connectome
  • The island where people forget to die
  • Safer bioimaging of cancer cells without biopses
  • Cheap colour test picks up HIV and cancer
  • Stimulating brain cells with light to combat Parkinsons disease
  • Omega 3 improves working memory in healthy young adults
  • IBMs Watson supercomputer goes to medical school
  • 1000 genomes barrier broken
  • Gene therapy: Glybera approved by European Commission
  • Project for Adult Stem Cell Antiaging Breakthrough Fundraising on Indiegogo
  • Roundup Herbicide Linked To Parkinsons Related Brain Damage
  • Heartbeat could power pacemaker
  • Dementia is the second leading cause of deaths in women
  • Fast, low cost early cancer detection from a drop of blood
  • Healthy Living Adds 14 Years to Your Life
  • Concern over souped up human race
  • Congenitally blind learn to see and read with soundscapes
  • New stem cell derived cells hold promise for Alzheimers, other brain diseases
  • Virtual reality surgery software to aid trainee surgeons
  • How Do You Find More Donor Organs? Pay People For Their Body Parts
  • Recent discovery could save peoples sight
  • New minuscule electrodes could lead to prosthetics that connect directly to the brain
  • Significant relationship between mortality and telomere length discovered
  • Biocompatible sponge can be injected to deliver stem cells and drugs into the body
  • How to detect microvesicles in the bloodstream to diagnose and monitor brain cancer
  • Teenage Gamers Are Better At Virtual Surgery Than MDs
  • Ticked Off About a Growing Allergy to Meat
  • Breakthrough meningitis B vaccine set to receive UK licence
  • Exercise increases life expectancy regardless of your weight
  • nanoparticle halts multiple sclerosis, diabetes, allergies
  • 'Fat' drug could treat epilepsy
  • Cartilage made using hybrid 3D printer
  • Blind patient reads words stimulated directly onto the retina
  • Early death link to muscle power
  • Smoking rots brain, says Kings College study
  • Fountain of youth technique rejuvenates aging stem cells
  • Stem cells being made from blood
  • Eagle Eyed Argus II: An Artificial Retina That Reads For the Blind
  • Organ donation: Opt out bill alone will not leave more organs
  • A roadmap for metabolic reprogramming of aging
  • Implant devices collect patient data, but patients denied access
  • New technique to deliver stem cell therapy may help damaged eyes regain their sight
  • Surgeons implant first brain pacemaker for Alzheimers
  • Bowel Cancer Breath Test is 76% accurate
  • Alivecor heart monitor that attaches to your iphone receives fda approval
  • DNA mapping for cancer patients
  • Science Can Now Turn Human Urine Into Brain Cells
  • Compound generated by low carb, low calorie diet blocks effects of aging
  • Battle wound foam secures Pentagon funding
  • Scientists discover mechanism that could reduce obesity
  • We live longer but sicker as chronic diseases rise
  • Toxic interaction in neurons that leads to dementia and ALS
  • State of the art virtual reality system is key to medical discovery
  • Is defeating aging altogether an ethical goal?
  • Aerobic exercise boosts brain power in elderly
  • Are You Healthy Enough To Fly To Space?
  • Design Software For Organ And Tissue Printing Is On Its Way With Autodesk
  • Induced pacemaker heart cells could take the place of man made pacemakers
  • Mayo Clinic study unmasks regulator of healthy life span
  • Finally a free, open source medical journal
  • We are all living longer, but longevity increases not benefitting everybody
  • Stem cells restore vision in blind man
  • Cyborg future draws closer as woman controls robotic arm with brain implant
  • PredictAD software promises early diagnosis of Alzheimers
  • Simple eye scan can reveal extent of Multiple Sclerosis
  • Brain scan can sort dementia by type
  • Telemedicine device gives medics a portable emergency room
  • Car pollution killing millions in China and India
  • Home air conditioning cut premature deaths on hot days 80 percent since 1960
  • Autodesk will help upgrade the software for 3d tissue printing machines
  • Why Exercise Makes You Smarter
  • How Neuroscientists Observe Brains Watching Movies
  • Inexpensive card sized device runs 50 blood tests in seconds
  • The future of medicine is now
  • 'Weight is healthy' study criticised
  • The slower you grow, the longer you live
  • Electric stimulation of brain releases powerful, opiate like painkiller
  • UKs first hand transplant operation
  • Compound restores memory loss and reverses symptoms of Alzheimers
  • Totally blind mice get sight back
  • A 3D Printer Will Soon Print You New Organs
  • 'Drug holidays' beat cancer drug resistance in mice
  • Now entering the neurotech era:
  • Personality Influencing Gene May be a Key to Long Life
  • Cells Derived From Embryonic Stem Cells Rebuild an Artery
  • Stem cells used to bolster bodys cancer fighting cells
  • Beijing hazardous pollution sparks Chinese media anger
  • How to convert connective tissue directly into neurons
  • Parkinsons Treatment Unlocks Creativity
  • Once You Hit 75, Eat All the Doughnuts You Want, Says Science
  • Light in womb gives healthy eyes
  • Extra heart check for over 65s advisable
  • Trees may mitigate cardiovascular and respiratory disease
  • Self help books treat depression
  • Device tests multiple chemotherapy drugs in a living tumor
  • Will This Fish Transform Medicine?
  • Researchers turn one form of neuron into another in the brain
  • Long term aspirin blindness link
  • Smokers who quit by 40 can live almost as long as non smokers
  • HIV may have an ancient origin
  • Flu vaccine produced with insect ovaries approved by FDA
  • Deep brain stimulation improves autism symptoms
  • Researchers Will Restore Damaged Depth Perception with Electronic Eyes
  • The personalized medicine revolution is almost here
  • U.S. researchers map emotional intelligence of the brain
  • Artificial pancreas and algorithm improve treatment for type 1 diabetes
  • Vegetarians cut heart risk by 32%
  • The science of a long life
  • Team of doctors successfully perform double arm transplant on veteran
  • Zebrafish Holds Answer to Restoring Vision in Humans
  • Petri dish lens gives hope for new eye treatments
  • Steep decline in child epilepsy
  • New Eyewear Could Help People with Red Green Color Blindness
  • Berkeley researchers find evidence for a molecular fountain of youth
  • 3D printing human embryonic stem cells for drug testing, future replacement of human organs
  • Treatment to prevent Alzheimers disease moves a step closer
  • First Bionic Eye Sees Light of Day in U.S.
  • Blocking this molecule in the brain could prevent age related cognitive decline
  • IBM Watson providing superior cancer treatment plans and will accelerate the adoption of new research
  • Research Progress against Brain Cancer and other hard to treat Cancers
  • Many cancer patients are struggling alone
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  • Can interacting with avatars reduce depression?
  • Brain cells created from human skin cells offer potential MS treatment
  • Painkiller drug diclofenac overused despite heart risk
  • Turning off the sensation of cold
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  • Scans reveal intricate brain wiring
  • Studies show particulate matter air pollution also has direct impact on heart attacks
  • Another day, another giant brain project
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  • Facebook, Apple, Google moguls found massive award for research into extending human life
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  • Aubrey De Grey Provides a Review of SENS Anti Aging Projects
  • Brain stimulation used to treat early stage parkinsons disease
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  • Bad sleep dramatically alters body
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  • Eating oily fish can help protect against skin cancer
  • Animals help autistic children interact better
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  • The brain computer interface goes wireless
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  • How to tell who a person is thinking about
  • Processed meat linked to early death
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  • Researchers grow teeth from gum cells
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  • EU bans sale of all animal tested cosmetics
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  • Sleep discovery could lead to therapies that improve memory
  • Worms detected by converted iPhone microscope
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  • World first as man receives liver transplant from revolutionary artificial body
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  • Brain scans can now tell who you are thinking about
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  • Young cancer deaths halved in last 30 years
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  • Bacteria find key to treating obesity without surgery
  • The Risk of Autism Is Not Increased by Too Many Vaccines Too Soon
  • Mapping the fountain of youth
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  • Easing brain fatigue with a walk in the park
  • Scientists read dreams using brain scans
  • Male baldness indicates heart risk
  • Future of organs? Synthetic tissue built with 3D printer
  • Shanghai closes markets over bird flu
  • Red meat boosts gut bugs that raise heart disease risk
  • The real Limitless drug
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  • Creating a transparent brain
  • Apple shape linked to higher risk of kidney disease
  • Circuitry restores monkey paralyzed paw function
  • Late life crisis hits the over 60s
  • Kidney grown in lab successfully transplanted into animal
  • Tiny wireless LED activates neurons to release dopamine
  • Erroneous decision? Blame noisy information, not your brain
  • Hospitals Earn More For Mistakes Than For Flawless Surgeries
  • New technique to deliver life saving drugs to the brain
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  • Can Virtual Reality Treat Addiction?
  • Green spaces boosts wellbeing of urban dwellers
  • Bringing people back from the dead
  • Rib used to create Bonebridge ear for Edinburgh deaf man
  • Why Sleep Deprivation Eases Depression
  • Study shows sounds during sleep can help memory
  • Researchers bypass the blood brain barrier
  • Artificial heart tissue could replace and regrow the real thing
  • Memory implants
  • Scientists discover why a specific cancer drug is so effective
  • Scientists find key to ageing process in hypothalamus
  • How haptics can enhance bionic eyes
  • Brain implant gives early warning of epileptic seizure
  • Medical Test Uses Fingers To Predict Heart Disease
  • Turning human stem cells into brain cells sheds light on neural development
  • Bioteeth From Stemcells Will Regrow Complete Tooth, Superior to Implants
  • Watching Your Brain Freak Out On A Scanner Calms You Down
  • Air Pollution Raises Risk of Diabetes Precursor in Kids
  • Scientists Map Cellular Fountain of Youth
  • UK clinical trials of a gene therapy for heart failure
  • The Worlds Rarest Element Might Help Fight Cancer
  • 5 ways robots are invading, and improving, hospitals
  • Altruistic organ donations rise in UK almost three fold
  • Brain stimulation promises long lasting maths boost
  • Cure.org helps you save kids across the world with your smartphone
  • Scientists develop drug that may slow Alzheimers
  • Patient receives 3d printed implant to replace 75 percent of skull
  • Can A Bionic Eye See As Well As A Human Eye?
  • A new tool for precise brain mapping
  • What causes coronary heart disease?
  • Migraine Plus Depression Linked with Smaller Brain Size
  • 3D printed trachea splint saves baby life
  • Big rise in volunteers for medical trials
  • Brain overload explains missing childhood memories
  • Car Emissions Turn HDL Cholesterol from Good to Bad
  • Slowing the aging process using only antibiotics
  • Genetic Scientists Eliminate Schizophrenia Symptoms in Mice
  • Now a majority of doctors use electronic health records
  • Researchers bring in graphics supercomputer for a breakthrough in the fight against HIV
  • New phase of synaptic development is key to learning problems
  • Gene therapies for regenerative surgery are getting closer
  • Leg wraps raise hopes of saved lives after strokes
  • Age Brings Happiness
  • A step closer to artificial livers
  • Intelligence tests offer insight into ageing brain
  • Obesity problems may skip a generation, Edinburgh University study finds
  • How high tech jobs could solve the autism unemployment crisis
  • Controlling a flying robot with only the mind
  • Half of UK population will get cancer in lifetime
  • Nutrition must be a global priority, say researchers
  • Turning insect viruses into cancer therapies
  • Big Multiple Sclerosis Breakthrough
  • Arc protein could be key to memory loss, says study
  • Tree and Human mortality linked?
  • Lifespan extending drug given late in life reverses age related heart disease
  • Rise in child obesity related hospital admissions
  • A simple, non invasive gene therapy restores sight
  • The quest to build a brain in the lab
  • Drug laws are worst case of scientific censorship in modern times
  • Major hurdle to diabetes transplants cleared
  • Huge holograms offer medics more memorable classes
  • Diabetes: Excess deaths well down, study indicates
  • The link between circadian rhythms and aging
  • Stroke drug can boost quality of life
  • Cheating Ourselves of Sleep
  • Scientists design a potential drug compound that attacks Parkinson disease on 2 fronts
  • What Does Cancer Smell Like? New Devices Diagnose Patients By Scent
  • Sugar solution makes tissues see through for brain imaging at unprecedented resolution
  • The Cure For Cancer Could Be Found In Space
  • Obesity is a disease in the US. Should it be?
  • This New Contact Lens Basically Turns Your Eye Into a Telescope
  • Brain cooling spray trial started
  • Dietary Fructose Causes Liver Damage, Primate Study Finds
  • Heart risk warning over painkiller diclofenac
  • Brain tumour treatment lagging behind
  • First bionic eye retinal chip for blind to be available in 12 major markets in US later this year
  • Experts say exposure to artificial light from tablets is causing sleep disorders
  • Type 1 diabetes reverse vaccine promises to let patients forget about insulin needles
  • Good sleep protects the heart
  • Bone marrow frees men of HIV drugs
  • Active brain keeps dementia at bay
  • Tiny stem cell livers grown in laboratory
  • Robots to help people with dementia in Western Isles
  • Scientists are trying to build a human heart
  • A nanotech fix for nicotine dependence
  • Does Being a Bookworm Boost Your Brainpower in Old Age?
  • Pollution Leads to Drop in Life Span in Northern China
  • New health data outs doctors whose patients die more often
  • Over 90s defying mental decline
  • Do Diet Drinks Mess Up Metabolisms?
  • Researchers regenerate retina in mice using neuronal reprogramming
  • New wonder drug matches and kills all kinds of cancer
  • Brain region implicated in emotional disturbance in dementia patients
  • Scanadu Scout breaks Indiegogo record with $1.37M
  • Dementia risk in UK going down, suggests study
  • New Shapeshifting Biogel Could Help Heal Aging Spines
  • FDA Approves Brainwave Device For Diagnosing ADHD
  • Neural dust brain implants could revolutionize brain machine interfaces
  • Lung cancer secrets to be probed
  • Mental Illness: Not in Your Genes
  • New MRI research reveals cancer cells thrive on processed sugar
  • Fast Time and the Aging Mind
  • Big leap towards curing blindness in stem cell study
  • Nano drug crosses blood brain tumor barrier, targets brain tumors
  • Breakfast linked to healthy heart
  • Full Moon disturbs a good night slee
  • Heart Attacks and Blood Viscosity Reduced by Blood Donation
  • Neuroscientists plant false memories in the brain
  • Could I Have Prevented My Myopia If I Spent More Time Outside As A Kid?
  • Fat shaming actually increases risk of becoming or staying obese
  • Mentally ill people hit hard by recession
  • Diabetes cure operation explained
  • Scientists discover cure for cat allergies
  • One in Four Surgical Errors Is Machine Fault
  • Testicular cancer survival rates soaring in UK
  • The importance of healthy life expectancy
  • Close to having a blood test for diagnosing Alzheimers
  • Scientists grow teeth using stem cells taken from urine
  • Diabetes pill linked to long life in mice
  • Plymouth researchers identify bladder cancer trigger
  • New antibiotic that attacks MRSA found in ocean microbe
  • Ultrasound may stop kidney injury from surgery
  • A Videogame That Recruits Players to Map the Brain
  • Two Monumental Ways Google Glass Could Help the Blind
  • A promising new direction for organ regeneration and tissue repair
  • Scientists Discover Potential New Way to Treat Anxiety
  • Childhood obesity rates decline in US for first time
  • If hunger doesnt kill you, it doesnt make you stronger
  • Study hints at depression link to blue computer lights at night
  • Mapping the connections among 950 neurons in the retina
  • Biomeme To Turn Your iOS Device Into A Disease Detecting Mobile DNA Lab
  • 3D Printing Body Parts Will Revolutionize Medicine and it is at a tipping point now
  • Cognitive Decline with Age is Normal, Routine, But Not Inevitable
  • Scientists Have Created a Malaria Vaccine May Be 100% Effective
  • Software upgrades to bionic eye enable color recognition, improve resolution, image focus, zooming
  • Autism affects male and female brains differently
  • First Real Time MRI Guided Gene Therapy for Brain Cancer
  • New Study Confirms Link between Poor Sleep and Obesity
  • Scientists Can Now 3D Print Transplantable, Living Kidneys
  • New tools to manage information overload threatening neuroscience
  • Study: Soda Drinking Mice Die Earlier
  • Mortality wrist device will tell you how old your body really is
  • Optician clinic that fits a pocket
  • How neurons decide to create axons or dendrites
  • Has Carl June Found a Key to Fighting Cancer?
  • Soda linked to behavioral problems in young children, study says
  • Staring at Your Phone Could Be Making You Short Sighted
  • Computer can read letters directly from the brain
  • A personalized robot companion
  • Copper linked to Alzheimers disease
  • AntiAging with drugs hopes to achieve life extension to 120 years and beyond
  • Men more vulnerable to skin cancer
  • What Blood Shows Scientists About Suicide Risk
  • New Clues To Why Some Autistic Kids Are So Good At Math
  • Super organs: building body parts better than nature
  • Experimental Ebola treatment protects some primates even after disease symptoms appear
  • China arsenic contamination risk is assessed
  • Brain circuit that controls anxiety levels discovered
  • Researchers Mend a Broken Heart With Transformed Scar Tissue
  • CERN develops cancer zapping radio beam
  • All countries getting older faster but some are not getting richer
  • New findings about the human genome bring us closer to schizophrenia treatment
  • A hierarchical approach to 3D tissue engineering with preformed blood vessel tissue
  • Kidney checks on hospital patients would save lives
  • Protein clue to old age memory loss
  • Why Smokers Gain Weight When They Quit Smoking: Changes in Intestinal Flora
  • Single gene tweak increases mouse lifespan 20 percent
  • Poverty significantly saps our mental abilities say researchers
  • Scientists fish for new epilepsy model and reel in potential drug
  • Self powered nanoparticles instantly deliver healing drugs to bones
  • Regenerative medicine could reach a technological takeoff point
  • Transparent window to the brain allows for laser treatments without repeated surgery
  • Will Peeks mobile eye exam system take a bite out of developing world blindness?
  • This Tiny Implantable Sponge Could Help Cure Skin Cancer
  • Device offers promise of no brain tumor left behind
  • More patients getting lab grown body parts
  • Prion like proteins drive several diseases of aging
  • Single dose of drug cures Down Syndrome in mice
  • NSF awards $25 million to MIT based center to advance brain understanding
  • Heart attack technique could save lives
  • AIDS vaccine candidate appears to completely clear virus from the body
  • More viable donated organs by using vitrification organ banking
  • Creating new memories by directly changing the brain
  • First, forget about witchcraft!
  • Cell phones transforming health care in Africa
  • Sugar claimed to be addictive and the most dangerous drug of the times
  • Body on a chip uses 3D printed organs to test vaccines
  • Google spin off Calico to search for answers to ageing
  • A smartphone microscope that can detect a single virus, nanoparticles
  • Coma: researchers observe never before detected brain activity
  • 1 in 500 patients experience awareness during surgery
  • A gene for forgetting
  • Future dental treatments may be made of nanodiamonds
  • Yale breakthrough bolsters fight against Alzheimers
  • Anti Aging Drug Breakthrough
  • Anti depressants linked to type 2 diabetes
  • These Magnetic Nanobots Could Carry Drugs Into Your Brain
  • Stem Cell Breakthrough in Mice Points Toward a Way to Repair Tissue in Humans
  • Hip replacement death rates show dramatic fall
  • Adjusting bacteria in intestines may lead to obesity treatments
  • Dental implants that heal faster and fight infection
  • This Vampiric Vacuum wants to Suck Your Blood (and Save Your Life)
  • Scientists Have Figured Out How to Turn Off Hunger
  • Patients own heartbeat could work as anti hacking password for implants
  • The FDA Has Approved The First Artificial Pancreas
  • Extending MRI to nanoscale resolution
  • Cells from small biopsies can be used to grow large numbers of a patients own protective brain cells
  • Cats may hold key to HIV vaccine
  • Body clock reset button found
  • Molecule from Venom of Chinese Centipede Could Lead to Painkiller as Effective as Morphine
  • European 10 year $1.6B Human Brain Project kicks into high gear
  • IBM wants to use big data to predict heart disease long before it strikes
  • Peanut Butter Sniff Test Confirms Alzheimers
  • Google reportedly investing hundreds of millions into new life extension company
  • Stem cell breakthrough could set up future transplant therapies
  • Face blindness: Seeing but not seeing
  • Alzheimers breakthrough hailed as turning point
  • 40 Years Of U.S. Nutrition Data Is Fatally Flawed
  • Sleeping In on the Weekends Does not Fix All the Deficits Caused by Workweek Sleep Loss
  • Stomach cells naturally revert to stem cells
  • Endothelial Cells Can Repair and Regenerate Organs, Researchers Find
  • IBM Watson wants to fix doctor shortage
  • UK autism cases have levelled off
  • Just one in five children connected to nature, says study
  • Sleep cleans the brain of toxins
  • Air Pollution Is a Leading Cause of Cancer
  • IBM Watson fires its own cancer fighting moonshot
  • Hormone removes the pleasure of smoking
  • Nanoparticle Helps Eradicate an Ovarian Tumor in a Day
  • Finnish team makes diabetes vaccine breakthrough
  • Scientists Discover Parts of Our Bodies Age at Different Rates
  • First UK trial of heart failure operation
  • Is a scientific definition of consciousness possible?
  • Converting fat cells from liposection to liver cells in nine days: a regenerative medicine breakthrough
  • Google Glass is making a life changing difference for the disabled
  • High blood sugar may affect memory in some people
  • Healing Damaged Hearts With Stem Cell Implants Gets New Technique
  • Saturated fat pledge 'a drop in the ocean'
  • Alzheimer's insight from DNA study
  • Tiny capsule adds a sense of touch to laparoscopic surgery
  • Neuroscientists discover new mini neural computer in the brain
  • Gardening 'linked to longer lives'
  • Artificial blood made in Romania. First tests encouraging, researchers say
  • Moderate exercise not only treats, but prevents depression
  • Sugary drinks tax 'effective public health measure'
  • Space??s Microgravity Accelerates Biological Aging of Some Cells
  • Brushing Your Teeth Could Prevent Heart Disease
  • Study with totally blind people shows how light helps activate the brain
  • Pacemaker Okayed In Europe Is One Tenth The Size Of Those Used Now
  • Eye Blood Vessels Linked to Cognitive Function, IQ
  • Video game playing found beneficial for the brain
  • How nanotechnology can advance regenerative medicine
  • Findings may lead to new tissue cryopreservation methods for grafts and organ transplantations
  • Green spaces 'can save NHS billions'
  • Males more likely to be 'fat and 40'
  • Speaking more than one language may delay dementia
  • Scientists discover why wounds heal quicker for young people
  • 3D Printed Mini Human Liver Survives 40 Days and Works Like the Real Thing
  • A Bio Patch that Can Regrow Bone
  • Future Antiaging treatments and the case of vaccines against viruses that cause cancer
  • Heart attack risk identified by new scan
  • Depression 'makes us biologically older'
  • Scanadu nabs $10.5M to turn your phone into a health helper
  • 3D printing to rebuild patient's face at Morriston Hospital
  • Magnetic fields 'help smokers quit'
  • Fashion Camera Brings Primate Brains To The Internet
  • Study: 'Healthy Obese' Still at Increased Risk of Heart Attack
  • Testing shows gene therapy shrinks an enlarged heart, improves heart function, human trials to start
  • Region of brain responsible for nicotine withdrawal symptoms identified
  • California startup tribogenics develops smart phone sized portable x-ray machines
  • A precise new quantitative brain scan measurement method
  • Bionic eye implant will become available in the US in coming weeks
  • Detecting and zapping Alzheimer??s and Parkinson??s with lasers
  • Calico enlists a genetics A-Team for its mysterious anti-aging venture
  • Bioengineer: the heart is one of the easiest organs to bioprint, we'll do it in a decade
  • Smartphone physicals are taking off with an explosion of apps and attachments
  • Ultrasound-released nanoparticles may help diabetics avoid the needle
  • If Inaccuracy Were Illegal, The Feds Would Have To Regulate Most Health Gadgets
  • Honeybees Trained to Sniff Out Cancer
  • FDA approves brain implant to autonomously respond to epileptic seizures
  • Alzheimer's might just be late stage type 2 diabetes and perhaps avoidable with diet and exercise
  • A genetically engineered weight-loss implant
  • Cholesterol 'fuels' breast cancer
  • Google Glass Makes Its Way Into Operating Rooms
  • Vitamin D Fails to Ease Winter Coughs and Colds
  • Aging cells share features with cancer
  • Caffeine energy drinks 'intensify heart contractions'
  • First use of retrograde gene therapy on a human heart
  • The timing of protein consumption with training sessions does not enhance muscle growth
  • Dementia cases 'set to treble worldwide' by 2050
  • Stomach 'clock' tells us how much to eat
  • Scientists convert human stem cells into functional lung cells
  • This anti-aging brain trust is the most interesting startup in Silicon Valley
  • Methuselah Foundation Announces $1 Million "New Ogran Liver Prize" in Tissue Engineering
  • Obesity is Inflammatory Disease, Rat Study Shows
  • Study shows first link between altitude and concussion
  • Hi-tech sensors aim to help prevent obesity
  • How a Concussion Can Lead to Depression Years Later
  • G8 'will develop dementia cure or treatment by 2025'
  • A Pen That 3D Prints Bone Right Onto Patients
  • Extreme Diets Can Quickly Alter Gut Bacteria
  • Temperature-sensitive gel scaffold regenerates craniofacial bone
  • Serotonin deficiency may not cause depression after all
  • Wii Fit Plus Helps Diabetics Control Blood Sugar
  • Researchers grow human kidney using stem cells
  • Scientists 'print' new eye cells
  • Heavy Marijuana Users Have Abnormal Brain Structure, Poor Memory
  • Turning back time: ageing reversed in mice
  • Stress gene linked to heart attacks
  • Robotic surgery is no better than the alternative, but it is more expensive
  • Chewing Gum is Often the Culprit for Migraine Headaches in Teens
  • Carmat??s groundbreaking five-year artificial heart gets its first patient in France
  • Study shows Where Alzheimer's starts and how it spreads
  • How we process numbers is revealed in our brain structure
  • Startup Hopes One Drop of Blood Could Diagnose All Types of Cancer
  • Drug Hopes to Delay Onset of Alzheimer's Symptoms With a Monthly Shot in the Arm
  • Insulin pill may soon be a reality
  • Progress in Efforts to Develop Lab Grown Lungs: Functional Cells
  • Genomic Studies Sift Centenarian DNA For Genes Protecting Against Age Related Diseases
  • First human implant of world??s smallest, minimally invasive cardiac pacemaker
  • A good book can rewire your brain
  • Toward a Molecular Explanation for Schizophrenia
  • Physical Inactivity After Cardiac Surgery Linked With Substantially Higher Risk of Depression
  • Obesity quadruples to nearly one billion in developing world
  • Trials to begin on new degradable surgical implant
  • The Basis smart fitness watch will tell you exactly how much good-quality sleep you get
  • Computer algorithm identifies genes that could be transformed to stop or slow the aging process
  • Vitamin E may delay decline in mild-to-moderate Alzheimer??s Disease
  • Study identifies potential therapeutic target for incurable type of soft-tissue cancer
  • Epilepsy drug turns out to help adults acquire perfect pitch and learn language like kids
  • Your gut??s what you eat, too
  • 'Sticky balls' may stop cancer spreading
  • A Glue That Seals Heart Defects
  • Green spaces deliver lasting mental health benefits
  • Creating living brain cells from deceased Alzheimer??s patients biobanked brain tissue
  • Heart attack 'leaves cellular trace'
  • Caffeine pill 'could boost memory'
  • Obesity crisis: Future projections 'underestimated'
  • The placebo effect: A new study underscores its remarkable power
  • Leukemia treatment given shot in the arm by artificial bone marrow development
  • Ultrasound directed to the human brain can boost spatial resolution
  • Experimental Surgery Aims to Revive a Paralyzed Limb
  • Gene therapy 'could be used to treat blindness'
  • Google??s smart contact lens project could allow diabetics to track glucose levels automatically
  • Weight loss surgery: Up to two million could benefit
  • Study shows 'brain doping' is common in amateur sport
  • Injected microparticles shown to greatly reduce heart attack damage
  • Wearables with a purpose:
  • How EnChroma??s smart sunglasses can help solve color blindness
  • Autistic People's Sensory Perception is Out of Sync, Study Finds
  • Stem cells could offer alternative treatment for patients with resistant tuberculosis
  • SleepRate claims to have 85% success rate helping insomniacs get to sleep
  • Impulsive personality linked to food addiction
  • Stem cell knee injection shown to regenerate meniscus, reduce pain
  • 'Placebo Sleep' Can Improve Cognitive Skills
  • Good cholesterol 'can turn nasty and clog arteries'
  • Scientists tag brain molecules, watch them become memories
  • Antioxidant Supplements Worsen Lung Tumors, Study Finds
  • Cancer Cells Tamed By Trip To Outer Space
  • Chemical imaging brings cancer tissue analysis into the digital age
  • Natural plant compound prevents Alzheimer??s disease in mice
  • Cells from eyes of dead 'may give sight to blind'
  • Study Shows Autistic Brains Create More Information at Rest
  • Studies find new links between sleep duration and depression
  • New treatment for baldness: growing hair with stem cells
  • More Cancer Cases Related to Indoor Tanning than Smoking
  • New sponges stop bleeding wounds in 15 seconds flat
  • After 120 Years, Doctors Develop New Brain Surgery Technique
  • Cancer 'tidal wave' on horizon, warns WHO
  • New strain of 'deadly' bird flu
  • A Simple Test Tells Seniors if Their Memory is Waning
  • Nanoparticle pinpoints blood-vessel plaques
  • Growing brains in the lab
  • Strokes: Women sufferers 'have poorer life quality than men'
  • 3D-printed hip implant lets teenager walk again
  • Cases of diabetes increase to more than 3.2m
  • DARPA??s futuristic brain implant will restore lost memories
  • Guidelines call for more people to be put on statins
  • First map of core white-matter connections of human brain developed at USC
  • A future cochlear implant with no exterior hardware required
  • Human lung made in lab for first time
  • Green space can make people happier for years
  • Quitting Smoking Relieves More Stress than Nicotine
  • If it works, Guardant??s new approach to detecting cancer may save your life
  • Report: Apple is Working on Medical Devices and Mulling Cars
  • A British Surgeon Successfully 3D Printed and Implanted a Pelvis
  • Scientists Get Closer to Rejuvenating Aging Muscles
  • Growing number of chemicals linked with brain disorders in children
  • Wearable glasses help surgeons view cancer???????????????? cells in real time
  • How Nutrition In One Generation Can Change The Genetics Of The Next
  • Can stem cells heal broken hearts?
  • Cat Bites Are Linked To Depression
  • 3D Printing Helps Fix Child??s Heart, Saves Life
  • Could electroconvulsive therapy zap worst nightmares?
  • Brain signals from a primate directly move paralyzed limbs in another primate 'avatar??
  • Single-chip device to provide real-time ultrasonic 3D images from inside the heart and blood vessels
  • Researchers hijack cancer migration mechanism to move brain tumors
  • New Paper-Based Urine Tests Could Detect Cancer and Heart Disease
  • Nighttime Smartphone Use Can Sap Next Day's Energy
  • Obesity Rate for Young Children Plummets 43% in a Decade
  • Newly developed chemical restores light perception in blind mice
  • 3D printer creates hi-res implantable device for customized heart treatment
  • Cancer patient's leg kept alive by being attached to arm
  • Childhood nightmares may point to looming health issues
  • Genetically modified T cells induced complete remissions in advanced leukemia patients
  • Genetics Startup Wants To Prolong Life, 'Make 100 Years Old The Next 60'
  • How to generate new neurons in brains, spinal cords of living adult mammals
  • Sugar tax 'may be necessary', England's chief medical officer says
  • Robotic-assisted prostate surgery offers better cancer control, study finds
  • Chris Austin explains how robots could soon replace animals in toxicology testing
  • Healthspan and Lifespan Extension can Finally Make it's Long Overdue Peace With the Media
  • Doctors testing silk screws and plates for bone fracture repair
  • Alzheimer??s Kills Six times more than previsously believed
  • 3D Printing of tissue with blood vessels: key breakthrough that will lead to creating full size artificial organs
  • How these social robots are helping autistic kids
  • Blood test can predict Alzheimer's, say researchers
  • iPhone case attempts to make Star Trek's tricorder a reality
  • 3D Printed Human Heart By 2023, Says Top Scientist
  • EyeGo adapters let you perform eye exams with a smartphone
  • Pioneering 3D printing reshapes patient's face in Wales
  • The future of medicine: Augmented Reality & Google Glass
  • Microbes and Metabolites Fuel an Ambitious Aging Project
  • Tiny Ultrasonic Device to Travel Arteries and Image Coronary Blockages
  • Smartphone app reads blood oxygen levels, forewarns of life-threatening pre-eclampsia
  • Zap migraines away with this electric headband
  • MIT researchers have discovered proteins involved in cancer metastasis
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  • Your Fat Is Why You're Not As Bright As You Could Be
  • Lost sleep leads to loss of brain cells, study suggests
  • Lung cancer rates among women in the UK increase by 73%
  • New drug makes brain cancer cells explode
  • Breakthroughs Might Mean the End of Animal Testing
  • UK centenarian numbers rise steeply in a decade
  • UK experts back meningitis B jab
  • Fears over statins use are 'misleading'
  • A DIY medical diagnosis app
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  • One Drug to Shrink All Tumors
  • Doctors are About to Start Human Trials for Suspended Animation
  • Woman Has Her Skull Replaced With A 3D Printed Plastic One
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  • IBM's Watson supercomputer takes aim at brain cancer
  • Smartphone overuse may 'damage' eyes, say opticians
  • Simulated human liver achieved in 'benchtop human' project
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  • Ketamine 'exciting' depression therapy
  • New treatment could allow regrowing of damaged nerves
  • A blueprint for how to build a human brain
  • Top doctor backs 'garden gym' idea
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  • Turning off a Fat Accumulation Gene to Reduce Obesity proven in Mice
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  • Mathematicians claim they??ve solved jetlag: with an app
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  • Stem-Cell Treatment for Blindness Moving Through Patient Testing
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  • Scientists Find Connection Between Gene Mutation and Key Symptoms of Autism
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  • MRI sensor allows neuroscientists to map neural activity with molecular precision
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  • Magnetic Brain Stimulation May Trump Drugs For Severe Depression
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  • Herpes-loaded stem cells used to kill brain tumors
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  • Compulsion Disorders May be Influenced by Brain Patterns
  • Tequila plant helps reduce blood sugar and weight
  • 3D printing making progress on building tissue with blood vessels to enable large printed organs
  • Learning second language 'slows brain ageing'
  • Autism linked to 'male hormones'
  • Miniature artificial lung could revolutionize cancer research
  • The brain may be able to repair itself from within, Duke researchers discover
  • Pollution link to irregular heartbeat and lung clotting
  • Centenarians 'outliving diseases of old age'
  • Scientists Selectively Erase And Restore Memories
  • Blocking The Satiety Hormone Can Prevent Obesity
  • Can MedGenome use genetics to predict cancer?
  • Researchers close in on the dream of a safe portable brain scanner
  • Nanotech method boosts conventional cancer treatments in pre-clinical trial
  • Fasting may help the immune system rebuild itself
  • Autism costs '??32bn per year' in UK
  • Bad sleep dramatically alters body health
  • One in three adults in England 'on cusp' of diabetes
  • Bacteria help explain why stress and fear trigger heart attacks
  • Researchers create miniature human retina in a dish
  • A shot against heart attacks?
  • EU's top court may define obesity as a disability
  • Fungal protein found to cross blood-brain barrier
  • Bionic pancreas shows promise in advanced human trials
  • A gene that stimulates growth of new brain cells in adults
  • Gold Nanoparticles Melt Your Excess Fat
  • Nanoscale composites improve MRI by ten times
  • Targeting tumors using silver nanoparticles
  • Dementia is 'one of greatest enemies of humanity'
  • Sharp rise in skin and liver cancer across England
  • Wireless glucose monitoring via and iphone app that is automatically updated every 5 minutes
  • Self-repairing mechanism helps to preserve brain function in neurodegenerative diseases
  • Health group calls for 'sugar tax' to cut child obesity
  • New compound to treat depression identified
  • UN: The world's forests are fundamental to human well-being
  • How stress damages the heart
  • Modeling how neurons work together to perform movements: not as random as we thought
  • Now we know why drugs don??t work on pancreatic cancer
  • Jab 'protects mice against brain tumours'
  • Mini lab grown human hearts could hold cure for heart disease
  • Chip in paralyzed man's brain lets him move his own hand
  • Genetically Altered Bacteria Prevent Mice From Getting Fat
  • A self-powered artificial cardiac pacemaker
  • Potential Alzheimer's drug prevents abnormal blood clots in the brain
  • Organ transplants: 'Supercooling' keeps organs fresh
  • Bio-printing transplantable tissues and organs is now a step closer
  • The less older adults sleep, the faster their brains age, study suggests
  • New way to regrow human corneas using adult derived stem cells
  • Decline in trials for Alzheimer's disease
  • Consciousness on-off switch discovered deep in brain
  • A genetic link to autism has been found, known as CHD8 mutation
  • Researchers regrow human corneas in mice
  • Alzheimer's research in 'major step' towards blood test
  • Sugar May Harm Brain Health
  • Organ transplants 'on the rise'
  • Cinnamon May Be Used to Halt the Progression of Parkinson??s disease
  • Targeting Multiple Myeloma With Coated And Loaded Nanoparticles
  • More weight loss operations for diabetes
  • A neural device to restore memory
  • How antioxidants can accelerate cancers, and why they don't protect against them
  • What you eat may affect your body's internal biological clock
  • Modified Bacteria Enable Weight Loss In Mice
  • One in three Alzheimer's cases preventable, says research
  • The impacts of climate change: why global warming is bad for your health
  • 'Biological pacemaker' tested in the lab
  • One injection stops diabetes in its tracks:
  • Arthritis drug shows potential to stall Alzheimer's
  • Physicists reveal random nature of metastasis
  • Antipsychotic drugs linked to slight decrease in brain volume
  • New gene discovered that stops spread of deadly cancer:
  • Newly identified genetic variants could delay Alzheimer's onset by four years
  • Human Longevity Inc will try to defeat all of the diseases of aging to make 100 the new 60
  • 3D-printed-anatomy developers aim to revolutionize medical education
  • Noninvasive retinal imaging device is able to detect Alzheimer??s 20 years in advance
  • New Era of rapid Brain Imaging allows understanding of interactions at the cellular level across the brain
  • Google takes on the human body in a new project to find out what a healthy person looks like
  • How to prevent diseases of aging
  • Cancer blood test moves closer after promising results
  • Study suggests probiotics could prevent obesity and insulin resistance
  • First national study finds trees saving lives, and reducing respiratory problems:
  • People Who Feel They Have A Purpose In Life Live Longer
  • Slow Walking Speed and Memory Complaints are Early Predictors of Dementia
  • Kidney transplant drug halves the early risk of organ rejection
  • Pea-sized brain hub could shed light on depression
  • Sleep sensor breaks through $1m on Kickstarter
  • Running 7 minutes a day 'halves heart death risk'
  • England records rise in dementia diagnoses
  • Human Longevity Company hires Google Chief Data Scientist to help enable life extension
  • DNA project 'to make UK world genetic research leader'
  • 'See-through' bodies technique developed
  • Depression Is a Risk Factor for Dementia, New Research Says
  • There are Cells Inside Teeth That Can Turn Back Into Stem Cells
  • Clues to curbing obesity found in neuronal 'sweet spot'
  • Engineered biomaterial may regenerate damaged skeletal muscle
  • Against the biological clock:
  • Cancer experts predict the end of chemotherapy in 20 years
  • One reason brain tumors are more common in men
  • Blood diagnosis app 'can detect diseases'
  • Heading Down A Path That Will Allow Us To Supercharge The Brain
  • Aspirin a day could dramatically cut cancer risk, says biggest study yet
  • New drug reverses effects of Alzheimer??s disease in mice
  • Stem cell stroke therapy shows promise after first human trial
  • Declining intelligence in old age linked to visual processing speed
  • Natural light in office boosts health
  • Breakthroughs made in ovarian cancer research
  • Cosmetic Eye Surgery Decompresses Migraine Trigger Nerves:
  • Injecting Liquid Metal Could Help Kill Tumours, Says Chinese Research Team
  • Mouth Bacteria Can Change Its Diet, Supercomputers Reveal
  • 2 out of 5 Americans to develop type 2 diabetes during their life
  • Machine predicts heart attacks 4 hours before doctors
  • Intel??s contribution to solving Parkinson??s: big data analytics
  • Being overweight or obese 'linked to 10 common cancers'
  • Adrenaline Shots May Not Help People Survive Cardiac Arrest
  • Bacterial biosurgery shows promise for reducing the size of inoperable tumors
  • We may be one step closer to a cure for jet lag
  • Sponge Could Help Fill Gaps Where Bone Can't Regrow Itself
  • Depression 'more common' in early Parkinson's
  • Bypass Commands From the Brain to Legs Through a Computer
  • Genes point to immune role in Alzheimer's disease
  • Study Reveals Immune System is Dazed and Confused During Spaceflight
  • Directing Venom To Fight Cancer
  • Brain stimulation 'helps in stroke'
  • Older People Sleep Less. Now We Know Why.
  • Heart disease giving way to cancer as top killer of men
  • Youth mental health care 'in dark ages'
  • 'Nanojuice' could help diagnose gastrointestinal illnesses
  • A laser to measure blood sugar levels without drawing blood
  • Alzheimer??s patients to be treated with the blood of under 30s
  • Google Glass inventor sees big things for the wearable in health care
  • Extracorporeal support can significantly increase number of organs available for transplant
  • Warning over electrical brain stimulation
  • Researchers Say They've Discovered how to Detect Half of All Cancers
  • New diabetes treatment would turn liver cells into insulin producers
  • Children on the autistic spectrum have extra synapses in their brains
  • Boy Given A 3-D Printed Spine Implant
  • Novel immune-suppressant vaccine completely blocks HIV infection in apes: human trials planned
  • Serotonin not found to be a major player in depression
  • A man whose skull was crushed by a fall will be fitted with a 3D-printed skull
  • Antidepressants show potential for postoperative pain relief
  • This Is What Weight Loss Does To Your Brain
  • Novel heart failure drug shows big promise
  • Health leaders call for emergency taskforce on obesity
  • A batteryless cardiac pacemaker based on self-winding wristwatch
  • Google's project to extend life, Calico, announces $1.5 billion research center
  • DARPA plans to shrink brain interface and organ control electronics to the size of nerve fibers
  • Aubrey de Grey: Technological miniaturization could increase our lifespans
  • Artificial sweeteners may lead to potential increased caloric consumption later
  • Doctors Show Why 3D Printing Holds 'Limitless' Potential For Medicine
  • Stigma as a Barrier to Mental Health Care
  • Bacteria from bees as a possible alternative to antibiotics
  • NHS cancer services struggling, says charity
  • 'Pocket' diagnosis for Parkinson??s
  • Sugar 'not addictive' says Edinburgh University study
  • Milestone reached in building replacement kidneys in the lab
  • Woman of 24 found to have no cerebellum in her brain
  • Google buys firm behind spoon for Parkinson's patients
  • First Ever Human Trial Of An Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Treatment Set To Begin
  • Longevity gene in fruit flies hints at coming genetic discoveries to slow aging
  • The brain can perform complex tasks and classify words during sleep
  • Coated nanoparticles show Alzheimer's promise
  • Artificial spleen cleans up blood
  • Predicting the spread of disease with Google Earth
  • Next-Gen Glaucoma Treatments:
  • Brain may 'compensate' for Alzheimer's damage
  • Genetically, Schizophrenia Is At Least Eight Separate Diseases
  • Google Glass makes doctors better surgeons, Stanford study shows
  • First blood test to diagnose depression in adults
  • Obesity is the new smoking, says NHS boss in England
  • Breast cancer test 'Angelina Jolie effect' found
  • Shark Skin Aids the Fights Against Hospital Superbugs
  • Test can help detect Alzheimer's before dementia signs show
  • Telomerase can be turned off with a genetic switch which could be an antiaging breakthrough
  • Stanford researchers create 'evolved' protein that may stop cancer from spreading
  • Measuring Brainwaves Could Lead To An Objective Autism Diagnosis
  • Obesity and stress pack a double hit for health
  • Walking off depression and beating stress outdoors?
  • Brain repair 'may be boosted by curry spice'
  • Beyond step counting: How Apple HealthKit could bring a cultural shift around health
  • Talk therapy, not medication, best for social anxiety disorder, large study finds
  • Sticky Nanobeads that Can clean Bacteria and Viruses From Blood
  • SVOne turns the iPhone into an eye test kit
  • Tumor Paint?? brain-tumor-detecting dye gets go-ahead for clinical study
  • Heart disease warning factors 'missed by many adults'
  • We Are Slowly Winning the War on Cancer
  • Massive electrode array system will do first large-scale network recording of brain activity
  • Memory Loss Associated with Alzheimer??s Reversed
  • New treatments show promise in prolonging human lifespan, but when can you get it?
  • Fish oils may prevent some forms of depression
  • A promising method for detecting pancreatic cancer years before traditional diagnosis
  • Schizophrenia, bipolar disorder associated with dendritic spine loss in brain
  • Is Screen Time Bad For Your Eyes?
  • An intense workout of as little as 20 minutes can enhance long-term memory
  • Isolation and hallucinations: the mental health challenges faced by astronauts
  • A Breakthrough in the Quest to Regenerate Bones
  • Glucosamine promotes longevity by mimicking low-carb diet
  • Brain Scan Technique Could Predict Dementia Before Symptoms
  • Billionaire Peter Thiel embarks on anti-aging crusade
  • Kidney transplant: Surgeons carry out first European keyhole kidney transplant
  • Brain-computer interface enables stroke sufferer to communicate
  • Cure for Type 1 diabetes imminent after Harvard stem-cell breakthrough
  • This Device Could Transform Diagnosis And Detect Dozens of Cancers With a Single Blood Test
  • Origins Of Eating Disorders Found In Gut Microbe
  • The doctor will see you now: through Google
  • The signature of aging in the brain
  • Bioinspired coating for medical devices repels blood and bacteria
  • Alzheimer??s-in-a-dish is 'first clear evidence' for amyloid hypothesis
  • Stem cell therapy allows blind to see again
  • New lead for potential Parkinson??s treatment: Effects of high-risk Parkinson??s mutation are reversible
  • How big data is beginning to change how medicine works
  • 3D printing helps build upper jaw prosthetic for cancer patient
  • Junk food diet may be worse for male brains
  • Robot to perform brain surgery through cheek
  • Eye implants signal the end for reading glasses
  • Low-carbohydrate diet improved quality of life in diabetes patients
  • 'Instagram for doctors' to be launched in Europe
  • Paralysed man walks again after cell transplant in medical first
  • Transparent graphene-based sensors open new window into the brain
  • Nanotechnology and bioengineering are taking the fight to cancer
  • US 'probes hackable flaws' in medical devices
  • Brain barrier opened for first time to treat cancer
  • Surgeons transplant heart that had stopped beating
  • Growing a blood vessel in a week
  • Brain scans show cause of seasonal affective disorder
  • University's ??1m study of eyeball link to Alzheimer's
  • Future medical implants may be powered by sound waves
  • Scientists convert human skin cells into brain cells
  • Google is developing cancer and heart attack detector
  • Dementia is leading cause of death for women
  • Scientists grow miniature human stomachs from stem cells
  • Parasite-schizophrenia connection:
  • Magnetic stimulation show promise in treatment of bipolar disorder and depression
  • Scientists trigger self-destruct switch in lung cancer cells
  • Arachnophobia Sliced Out of a Man's Brain
  • Which New Technology Will Win the Race to Repair and Replace Our Organs?
  • 3D-printed organs are on the way
  • Shift work dulls your brain: report
  • Weight loss surgery greatly reduces diabetes risk
  • Health watchdog warns on 3D usage for children under age 6
  • Google Wants to Store Your Genome
  • Parkinson's stem cell 'breakthrough'
  • Why I'd Let Google Put My Genome in the Cloud
  • Synthetic Platelets Halt Bleeding Three Times Faster
  • Scientists create Parkinson's disease in a dish
  • Brain's taste secrets uncovered
  • Prostate cancer could be 'switched off' with injection
  • Scientists develop thought-controlled gene switch
  • Study Suggests ALS Starts In The Brain
  • Whole-genome sequences of 17 of the world??s oldest living people published
  • Gut??brain link grabs the attention of neuroscientists
  • An artificial retina based on nanorods and nanotubes
  • How cannabis was used to shrink one of the most aggressive brain cancers
  • World is crossing malnutrition red line, report warns
  • This single protein influences how your brain copes with stress
  • One Gene Mutation Cuts Heart Attack Risk by Half
  • PlanetTech News interviews Miroculus: The future of cancer detection
  • Tiny 3D Printed Livers From Organovo Go On Sale
  • Brain Pathway Rediscovered After 100 Years
  • Obesity 'costing same as smoking'
  • How permanent stress may lead to mental disorders
  • Magnetic nanoparticles stimulate cells to regenerate bone
  • Brain network vulnerable to Alzheimer's identified
  • PlanetTech News interviews neuroscientist Dr. Kenneth Hayworth
  • Bladder cancer: 'Exciting' drug breakthrough
  • New targeted, noninvasive treatments for mental illness to combine TMS and ultrasound
  • Lowest ever winter deaths recorded
  • Fragile X study offers hope of new autism treatment
  • Disruptive sounds help aging brain ignore distractions
  • Protein structure 'holds key to heart muscle disease'
  • Scientists identify promising off-switch for chronic pain
  • Customize your emotions with a device; coming in 2015
  • Mediterranean diet keeps people 'genetically young'
  • Organovo and Yale Announce Collaboration on 3D Bioprinting for Organ Transplantion
  • The strange case of the man with two hearts
  • Wireless brain sensor could unchain neuroscience from cables
  • Obese lose up to eight years of life
  • Text messaging service helps people take their pills
  • Mapping spinal circuitry to fight phantom pain
  • Anxiety can damage the brain
  • Halving of malaria deaths 'tremendous achievement'
  • Brain inflammation a hallmark of autism, large-scale analysis shows
  • Experimental food additive makes people feel full sooner
  • Superbugs to kill 'more than cancer' by 2050
  • Sugar worse than salt row erupts
  • A new low-cost way to create 3D nanostructures
  • Seven life-changing surgeries made possible by 3D printing
  • Paul Allen Gives $100 Million for New Institute for Cell Science with Major Focus on Stem Cells
  • New pulsed-magnetic method uses nanorods to deliver drugs
  • Running and Walking May Lower Alzheimer's Disease Risk
  • How Technology Brought Us Closer to the Future in 2014
  • Global life expectancy has increased by 6 years since 1990
  • Autism link to air pollution raised
  • Stem cells: First therapy approved by EU
  • Gene therapy boosts mice survival from heart attacks
  • Machine learning reveals genetic roots of cancers and autism
  • Ibuprofen use leads to extended lifespan in several species, study shows

  • Business

  • Report: Google Remains ???Most Attractive Employer??? Among Business, Engineering Students
  • Apples market value remains unaffected by Jobs death
  • Seven Major Automakers Agree to a Universal Charging System For Electric Cars
  • Apple faces Germany ban after court no-show
  • Steve Jobs Credo: Ill Know It When I See It
  • Hey, entrepreneurs, we are living in a bubble
  • Obama Pledges to Veto Anti-Net Neutrality Legislation
  • The $8 trillion internet economy: By the numbers
  • Report: Half of China's millionaires want to leave
  • Pandora CTO Reveals Half of The U.S. Pays $0 For Music
  • Clawbacks and Startups Dont Mix
  • The South China Sea may hold 213 billion barrels of oil
  • American Innovation Losing its Shine?
  • Top Secret Google Lab of The Future
  • Face recognition makes the leap from sci-fi
  • 3D printing sees more of New York with Shapeways new facility, $5.1M funding
  • Peter Thiel To The New Yorker: I Dont Consider [The iPhone] To Be A Technological Breakthrough
  • Court Says Warrantless Mobile Phone Tracking Is Unconstitutional
  • Startups, depression and suicide
  • China overtakes US as world's largest smartphone market
  • Groupons Stock Plummets
  • Grooveshark Will Soon Be Destroyed
  • Surprise! Microsoft quietly opposes SOPA copyright bill
  • The myth of renewable energy
  • Nuclear power 'gets little public support worldwide'
  • China/Taiwan commercial hub planned for Pingtan
  • Startup hopes to hack immigration with a floating incubator
  • The Cambrian Explosion In Startups
  • Secret app on millions of phones logs key taps
  • Peter Thiel Announces Breakout Labs to Energize Innovation
  • Zynga Files for $1B IPO
  • Swiss Govt: Downloading Movies and Music Will Stay Legal
  • European Commission reportedly prepping 400+ page finding against Google
  • Android commands half of the U.S. smartphone platform market
  • Apple fails to block Samsung tablet and smartphone sales in the U.S.
  • Most startups are spending money too fast. Slow it down.
  • Bill Gates, China jointly developing nuclear reactor
  • The Unintended Effects of Driverless Cars
  • SpaceX to launch dragon spacecraft to space station
  • Amazon- Very Clever Move, Yes, a Very Clever Move Indeed
  • MPAA Boss: If The Chinese Censor The Internet Without A Problem, Why Can't The US?
  • Microsoft and GE creating new health care company in Seattle region, employing 750 to start
  • Motorola wins Apple wireless patent fight in Germany
  • Driverless car: Google awarded US patent for technology
  • Peter Thiel: Your questions answered
  • Was Steve Jobs genius also a fatal flaw?
  • Low-carbon technology will not mean big bill rises
  • Washington Post: The case for old entrepreneurs
  • IBMs Five Predictions for the Next Five Years
  • Desingineer: the mythical person every Startups are looking for
  • My 10 Favorite Technologies of 2011
  • Smartphones eat into low-end camera sales in US, study
  • Game industry predictions for 2012
  • New solar panel factories with undreamed-of scale
  • China Makes Almost Nothing Out of Apple iPads and iPhones
  • Soyuz back in service after failed launch
  • Google+ Service May Have 400 Million Users by End of 2012
  • A new option if you want to invest in startups
  • Apples Terrific And Tumultuous 2011
  • Economist magazine predicts that the Chinese economy will pass the US economy in 2018
  • Predictions for 2012: Garage Rocketeers Approach Orbit
  • Google adds IBM patents as it looks to future
  • All major music labels are now suing Grooveshark
  • The top 5 CES trends that will matter in 2012
  • One-Atom-Tall Wires Could Extend Life of Moore's Law
  • Leaked Memo Says Apple Provides Backdoor To Governments 332
  • Top Ten Innovations 2011
  • Kodak stock rises 45% on new business plan
  • Foxconn Is Still a Hard Place to Work
  • Minecraft, Destructoid, Others Join January 18 SOPA Blackout Protest
  • Jose Cordeiro on Singularity 1 on 1: The Energularity is Near
  • Samsung eyes $42bn expansion plan for the current year
  • Chinas GDP hits 7.49 trillion US dollars in 2011
  • Tesla Model S Sets a New Standard for Battery Powered Cars
  • Average Silicon Valley Tech Salary Passes $100,000
  • Collision in the Making Between Self Driving Cars and How the World Works
  • Google announces privacy changes across products; users cant opt out
  • Whos afraid of China?
  • 3d printing: trendy gimmick or the future of manufacturing?
  • A Fusion Future? watch the TED talk...
  • Using Thorium to Power Civilisation
  • In the Developing World, Solar Is Cheaper than Fossil Fuels
  • Why the Internet is freaking out about the new Google privacy policy
  • Web economy in G20 set to double by 2016, Google says
  • 25 Startup Ideas for 2012
  • Drug companies join forces to combat deadliest tropical diseases
  • Perfectly secure cloud computing possible thanks to quantum physics
  • YC startup caught stealing...again!
  • Court rules that its illegally anticompetitive for Google to provide free maps
  • 125 MW solar power plant to land in Arizona by end of 2013
  • SpaceX Test Fires Its New Super Powerful Engines
  • How YouTube is part of a global economic transformation
  • Hollywood Still Doesnt Realize That The Internet Drives Popular Culture Now
  • Indias panel price crash could spark solar revolution
  • With 8.7% market share, Apple has 75% of cell phone profits
  • Silicon Valley engineering salaries are finally getting fair.
  • A Look At BMWs Semi Autonomous Driving Car
  • Why Apple Should Start Making a 3D Printer Right Now
  • Google wants to make sci fi a reality with Solve for X
  • Google HUD glasses have been sighted
  • Private spacecraft move forward as Soyuz struggles
  • Tesla unveils Model X crossover electric car
  • BitTorrent Piracy Doesnt Affect US Box Office Returns, Study Finds
  • Vega rocket set for maiden voyage
  • Investing in the fountain of youth
  • How sites like MegaUpload make millions from pirated video
  • Apple stock reaches $500-a-share milestone
  • Elon Musk Anticipates Third IPO in Three Years With SpaceX
  • Leak Offers Glimpse of Campaign Against Climate Science
  • Nevada approves regulations for self driving cars
  • Is Commercial space transportation reaching a tipping point?
  • Anonymous says ACTA must be killed with fire, hacks U.S. government websites
  • AMD: what went wrong?
  • Patents: Apple wins over Motorola in slide to unlock ruling
  • Tesla X will have two electric motors and beat a Porsche 911 to 60 mph
  • Kickstarter gets its third $1M project in the span of two weeks
  • Nuclear disaster that never was
  • Starting March 1st, A Red License Plate in Nevada Means the Driver is a Robot
  • Is Apple building the largest solar array in the U.S?
  • India will start thorium based Reactor project in next 18 months
  • Apple iPad sale ban case suspended for now in Shanghai
  • Making solar power competitive with coal
  • Drone makers cashing in as war tactics evolve
  • Hardware Startups Look to China
  • Apple iPad 3 expected on 7 March following press event
  • Google once considered issuing currency
  • Google: Technology is making science fiction real
  • Irish SOPA has been signed into law
  • Russian Mogul Plans To Plant Our Brains In Robots And Keep Them Alive Forever
  • Peter Diamandis: Abundance Is Our Future (New TED Video)
  • Googles new privacy policy: what has changed and what you can do about it
  • Proposed National Goal of doubling launches every year
  • Anonymous, Decentralized File Sharing is Booming
  • iPad 3 sought after by one third of mobile web users
  • Sweden: the first country in Europe to get 4G LTE
  • SpaceX Passes Major Test
  • World Poverty has been cut in half since 1990 according to the World Bank
  • Skylon Spaceplane project working on pre cooler and heat exchanger
  • Why the new iPad is so huge for Apple
  • IBM drills holes into optical chip for terabit per second speed
  • Robots everywhere, driverless cars...
  • Google working on motion interface for Android
  • NASA Boss Says Mars Colonization Will Be Corporate Only
  • China social networks hit by censorship, says study
  • The future of U.S. manufacturing
  • Forbes indicates Elon Musk of spaceX fame is worth $2 billion
  • Valve worth $3 billion - Report
  • Esa to start mini space mission series
  • Tech giants back effort to revolutionize teaching
  • China to step up uranium imports; plans to buy mines abroad
  • Russia to finally send man to the Moon
  • Solar panel made with ion cannon is cheap enough to challenge fossil fuels
  • Ex Google employee says Google+ has ruined the company
  • Space travel moves to private sector
  • Russia Plans Moon Base, Mars Network by 2030
  • Why Entrepreneurs Fail And Most Startups Are DOA
  • Race Against the Machine
  • Earth System nearing tipping point
  • Megaupload Seizure Order Null and Void Says High Court
  • China to Overtake U.S. as Top Smartphone Market in 2012
  • Apple to pay dividend and buy back shares
  • G20 Internet Economy to Expand at 10 Percent a Year Through 2016 to $4.2 trillion
  • Mars for the average person
  • Nasa science chief fighting for planetary research
  • Illegal logging makes billions for gangs, report says
  • Billionaire Paul Allen Pours $500 Million Into Quest To Find The Essence Of Humanity In The Brain
  • Microsoft invents projector eyewear for Xbox and beyond
  • Google imagines environment aware mobile adverts
  • Game sales surpassed video in UK, says report
  • Facebook says it may sue employers who demand job applicant passwords
  • Fingerprint checking smartphone patent filed by Sony
  • Microsoft Censors Pirate Bay Links in Windows Live Messenger
  • Apple Products Trigger Religious Reactions Like Cults
  • Intels chip market share hits a 10 year high
  • Twitter starts rollout of self serve ad platform
  • Why China wont be innovative for at least 20 more years
  • Google+: The Charge Of The Like Brigade
  • Amazon boss Jeff Bezos finds Apollo 11 Moon engines
  • Obamas Solar Policy: If You Cant Beat the Chinese, Tax Them
  • Blackberry maker RIM reports $125m loss
  • Apple hit by China Foxconn factory report
  • Google planning online store to sell tablets
  • Google Self Driving Cars Have at Least One Happy Customer
  • Why Groupon is poised for collapse
  • Facebook valued at $104B in secondary auction
  • In a 3D Printed Future, Do Toymakers Have a Business Model?
  • Google Begins Testing Its Augmented Reality Glasses
  • Samsung expects profits to double from smartphone boost
  • MIT Predicts That World Economy Will Collapse By 2030
  • Like Google Glass? Then youll LOVE these Google Glass clones
  • Googles Search for Clean Energy
  • What does all the bad press mean for Groupon?
  • How The IPO Ruined Google
  • Facebook buys Instagram photo sharing network for $1bn
  • Autonomys private cloud, the largest of its kind, surpasses 50 petabytes
  • US tops global clean energy investment rankings
  • Robots Will Drive, Bust Through A Wall, And Make Repairs In DARPAs New Robotics Challenge
  • Global clean energy spending was $263 billion, US Spent more money, China installed more power
  • North Korea launch failure no surprise
  • Facebook defends support for CISPA monitoring bill
  • United States Is Trying To Take Control of the Web
  • Can Thorium Generate Safe and Cheap Nuclear Power?
  • The Pirate Party forced to shut down its Pirate Bay proxy today
  • An Exclusive Look Inside The Foxconn Factory
  • Systemic Underestimation of future life expectancy by 3 years for every 20 years
  • China had a GDP surge in March and Inland Cities are now driving growth
  • Researchers pioneer molecular catalyser
  • NASA shows off new algae farming technique for making biofuel
  • Americans like science.
  • Sergey Brin: Facebook and Apple a threat to Internet freedom
  • Waiting for the age of abundance
  • Smartwatch breaks record for Kickstarter funding
  • SpaceX Dragon ship set for station visit
  • Are Ross Perot Jr. and Google Founders Launching a New Asteroid Mining Operation?
  • Nanotube electrodes may lead to solar cells at a fraction of the current cost
  • Android has 35% of U.S. tablet market
  • Want to get acquired by Google? Google VP explains how to go big
  • Microsoft hits record $17.4B revenue, $5.1B net income for fiscal third quarter
  • In Google Moon Race, Teams, And X Prize Foundation, Face a Reckoning
  • CO2 from fossil fuels discerned from natural sources
  • Huge water resource exists under Africa
  • China talks with Turkey about $20 billion nuclear project
  • The Google leaders crazy asteroid venture: A Platinum rush?
  • Antitrust case against Apple, Google, other tech titans advances
  • Obama targets technology in human rights abuses
  • Facebook reveals staggering new stats: 901 million monthly active users, 300 million photos uploaded daily & more
  • Musk has much bigger goals. He intends to go to Mars.
  • Scientists call for no fishing zone in Arctic waters
  • Cadillac road testing semiautonomous Super Cruise technology
  • New theory could help clear fusion power hurdle
  • Planetary Resources officially kicks off its asteroid mining venture
  • Who owns your files on Google Drive?
  • The robot revolution is just beginning
  • 20 Percent of Macs Infected With Windows Malware
  • UK industry to build Solar Orbiter satellite
  • Planetary Resources For High Resolution Imaging
  • China Planning two hydro dams that each are twice as large the Three Gorges
  • Key tests for Skylon spaceplane project
  • Viddy, the Instagram for video, raising $30M at a $300M+ valuation
  • Samsung overtakes Nokia in mobile phone shipments
  • Planetary Resources Arkyd will be nodes of a Hypertelescope able to resolve down to one kilometer on exoplanets out to 20 lightyears
  • Apple saves billions in taxes through very creative accounting
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