IT Neuroscientists Shed Light on the Role of Certain Genes Associated With Alzheimer’s

Neuroscientists Shed Light on the Role of Certain Genes Associated With Alzheimer’s

Following a recent study conducted by a group of MIT neuroscientists, it’s been noted that people with the APOE4 gene variant are more likely...
Researchers Have a Breakthrough as They Develop Synthetic T Cells That are Almost an Exact Replica of Human T Cells

Researchers Develop Synthetic T-Cells That are Almost an Exact Replica of Human T-Cells

The art of being able to recreate near-perfect replicas of the human T-cell is a pretty astonishing feat that may help us get one...
How You Can Make Treasure From Trash

How You Can Make Treasure From Trash

Have you ever heard the saying, “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure? There are many instances where one person is quite happy to...
New Laser System Upgrade Allows Scientists to Explore Fusion Energy and Plasma Physics Like Never Before 

New Laser System Upgrade Allows Scientists to Explore Fusion Energy and Plasma Physics Like...

Despite extensive research carried out over the past few years, plasma physics is still a subject of great mystery. However, thanks to a new...
Computer Scientists Create New Algorithm That’s Exponentially Faster Than Any We’ve Seen Before

Computer Scientists Create New Algorithm That’s Exponentially Faster Than Any We’ve Seen Before

The use of algorithms in technology is nothing new. There are algorithms around that help us avoid traffic and there are algorithms around that...

Are Vitamins and Supplements Really as Good as We Think at Lowering the Risk of Heart Disease? 

According to a review article published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, the answer to that is no. Instead of focusing on vitamins and supplements, experts suggest we should be turning to plant-based foods in which to reduce our risk of...

UCLA Scientists Report Their Deepest Understanding Yet of the Enzyme Telomerase 

Telomerase is an enzyme that we once knew very little about, other than it’s linked to both cancer, certain aging-related diseases, and other illnesses. However, now, thanks to the advancement of technology, researchers can get a much clearer picture of the enzyme and how...

The World’s Most Sensitive Experiment for Dark Matter is Now Underway

The World’s Most Sensitive Experiment for Dark Matter is Now Underway
Dark matter has always been a bit of a mystery. But, thanks to the generosity of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), the world’s most sensitive experiment for this mysterious phenomenon is about to begin. Experts say the sensitivity of this experiment will be...

On the Hunt for Clandestine Nuclear Weapon Sites

One of the biggest threats to mankind today is that of nuclear weapons. It’s not so much the ones that we know about that are the problem, it’s all the others that remain undetected that pose the real threat.  At the moment, inspectors spend a...

Without Teamwork, There will be No Colonizing on Mars

According to a paper published in American Psychologist, it’s not just technology we need to get to grip with in order to survive on Mars. The psychological dynamic of being trapped in a confined space with the same small group of people for months...

Engineers Develop A New Cloaking Material That Can Hide Hot Objects

Thanks to the development of infrared cameras, drones can quite easily find what they’re looking for even in the darkest of conditions. And while that might be good for a predator seeking its prey, it’s not much use for someone trying to hide. However,...

Follow These 9 Cybersecurity Leaders ASAP

Cybersecurity is often described using "wild west" metaphors, and for good reason. It's still a wild and untamed landscaped defined by uncertainty, instability, and endless evolution.  In order to understand the threats of today and tomorrow, it's important to ask the professionals on the front...

Researchers Gain Deeper Understanding into Quantum Technology Thanks to Superconducting Vortex

A new discovery has been made by a team of Russian researchers, alongside their French colleagues, that the quantum Abrikosov vortices of supercurrent can also exist within a non-superconducting metal if contact is made with a superconductor, proving the theory of induced quantum coherence....

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