Science

A Tick Bite Could Make You Allergic To Red Meat

Jordana Crawford

There are all kinds of bug and insect bites that leave us scratching and uncomfortable, but what ...

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Looks Like We Might Be Going Back To The Moon After All

Jamie Shore

It looks like we might be going back to the moon after all if any of these three private companies ...

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This Is How We Might Police Crime In Space

Jordana Crawford

As we continue to make great strides with technology and exploration, we move one step closer to ...

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The Truth Is We May Never Know How Many Species Are On Earth

Jordana Crawford

The world is filled with millions of species, or is it? Researchers are uncovering new species of ...

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Scientists Have Found Ancient Life 2.4km Below Ground

Jamie Shore

We have been gifted with billions of years of history all saved on our planet. Even though we have ...

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Scientists Have Created A Way To Stop People Being Allergic To Cats

Jamie Shore

Those pointed ears, soft purrs, and adorable faces. Do we need any more reasons to love cats? While ...

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Study Finds That Flavonoid-Rich Diet Can Help Protect Against Heart Disease and Cancer

Jamie Shore

We live in a world where advances in medicine have made us more aware of what’s going on with our ...

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A Biologist Argues That Plants Don’t Have Feelings And Can’t Feel Pain

Daniel Miller

Do plants have feelings? One plant biologist thinks the birth of plant neurobiology is a farce, and ...

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Astronomers Have Spotted A White Dwarf Planet Thought To Be Impossible

Jordana Crawford

Although scientists are doing their best to understand everything in our universe, it’s not ...

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Old Weather Report Goes Viral For Accurately Predicting Terrifying Climate Change

Jordana Crawford

If a weather report goes viral, it’s generally because the person delivering the report has made ...

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This Giant Extinct Parrot Has Just Been Discovered In New Zealand

Jordana Crawford

The world has seen many great species come and go over the years. However, it looks as though one ...

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Eating Insects Could Save The Planet

Daniel Miller

It turns out that food could be in for a significant overhaul. No, we’re not talking about magical ...

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Elon Musk Breaks His Silence On Neuralink

Jordana Crawford

Elon Musk is a man filled with many ideas. His company Neuralink was announced in 2016, but the ...

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Scientists Confirm That Pets Help Relieve Stress

Daniel Miller

Do you feel better after spending some time with your pet? Perhaps you feel in a better mood or ...

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Our Voyage To Mars Could Soon Be More Eco-Friendly

Jordana Crawford

Many people have dreamed of stepping foot on Mars for years. Now, it looks as though that goal ...

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Britain Could Soon Have Wolves And Bears Back

Daniel Miller

For 1,000 years, people living in Britain needed to visit the zoo if they wanted to see wolves and ...

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Our Brain Structure Can Determine How Much We Enjoy Music

Jordana Crawford

Everyone enjoys music, right? There’s nothing better to singing along to pop hits in the shower or ...

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The Internet Is Changing How Our Brains Work

Daniel Miller

It’s strange to think that the internet has only been around for a few decades, and only been used ...

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No One Knows Why Antarctic Sea Ice Is Rapidly Declining

Daniel Miller

Many of us have been made aware of the rising sea level and impact that climate change is having on ...

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These Strange Stars Have Left Scientists Baffled

Jordana Crawford

Imagine having the job of an astronomer. You’re lightyears away from anything you’re looking at, ...

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Seashells Could Inspire The Next Shatterproof Glass

Daniel Miller

If there’s one thing that many of us have experienced, it’s a broken phone screen. It’s that moment ...

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One Fox Baffled Scientists With Their 2,000-Mile Journey

Daniel Miller

It’s intriguing for scientists and researchers to follow individual animals, and in this case, it ...

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Science Has Discovered The One Trait That’s Most Attractive In Men

Daniel Miller

It seems almost impossible to know precisely what everyone in the world finds attractive. When it ...

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Monkeys Have Been Using Tools For Years, And They Might Have Discovered Them All On Their Own

Jordana Crawford

Watching evolution can be pretty incredible. Just trying to understand what’s going on in the world ...

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Should You Be Worried About The Mercury In The Fish You Eat?

Daniel Miller

It’s hard to know what’s in the food you eat sometimes. Even when you consume products that are ...

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Scientists Have Analyzed Samples From The Loch Ness Monster And Are Surprised By What They Found

Jordana Crawford

Bigfoot, werewolves, unicorns -what do they have in common? We have never seen one. However, many ...

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Scientists Have Just Discovered A Way To Generate Electricity From Mushrooms

Keith Garling

For millennia, plants and other organic species have been able to convert ultra-violet radiation ...

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This Newly Discovered Tree Frog Looks Just Like Pinocchio

Daniel Miller

Have you ever looked at something and got the feeling that you've seen it before? Scientists were ...

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NASA Will Soon Be Taking Tourists To The International Space Station

Daniel Miller

There’s something about space that has been enough to captivate many of us over the years. It’s ...

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FBI Releases Files That Show Their Investigation Into BigFoot

Jordana Crawford

People love to share myths and legends stories, but no one can ever know for sure how true they ...

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The Crab Family Has Expanded With This 95-Million-Year-Old Discovery

Jordana Crawford

Science - it’s pretty cool, right? Even though we have been on this Earth for thousands of years, ...

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How Women Can Overcome The Obstacles In STEM

Jordana Crawford

Although there’s no doubt about the fact that women have come a long way since burning their ...

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Science May Finally Be Able To Tell Us How To Stop Alzheimer’s

Daniel Miller

For years Alzheimer's disease has been something to fear as there is no known cure. Alzheimer's, ...

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The Universe Could Actually Be Growing A Lot Quicker Than Scientists First Thought

Daniel Miller

The universe is continually expanding - that much we know. However, it seems the rate at which it’s ...

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New Anti-Aging Breakthrough Could Actually Keep You Healthier For Longer

Jordana Crawford

Let’s be honest; there’s a whole load of people out there that would jump at the chance of turning ...

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Is This The Oldest Surviving Footprint In The Americas?

Daniel Miller

We might be advancing into the future with technology, but interest in our history has never been ...

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Have We Just Detected The First Ever Marsquake?

Jordana Crawford

We’ve all heard of earthquakes, but did you ever stop to think that other planets might experience ...

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How 180,000 Bees In Notre Dame Survived The Fire

Jordana Crawford

April 2019 is a month that will always be remembered by the French, but for a heartbreaking reason. ...

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There Could Be A Copy Of Wikipedia On The Moon

Daniel Miller

The human race has done a lot of impressive things during its history, and it would be an awful ...

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Scientists Believe An Interstellar Object Has Crashed Landed On Earth

Jordana Crawford

The universe is an incredible place filled with some of the biggest mysteries to keep us on our ...

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This Isn’t An Alien, It’s A Psychedelic Frogfish

Daniel Miller

Even though we’ve explored so much of the world, there’s still a lot out there that we’ve yet to ...

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Scientists Have Successfully 3D Printed A Heart From Human Cells

Daniel Miller

Science has achieved some pretty nifty things over the years. Now? Oh, they have just casually 3D ...

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These Satellite Photos Show How Little Ice Cover There Is In The Arctic Now

Daniel Miller

While there are some people who just can’t quite get on board with the fact that we are facing the ...

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This US Army Trick Will Help You Fall Asleep In 120 Seconds

Jordana Crawford

Many of us wish we could fall asleep faster than we do. Why is it that as soon as our heads hit our ...

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Everything You Need To Know About The Woman Behind The Black Hole Photo

Daniel Miller

When the world got its first glimpse of an image of a black hole event horizon back in early April, ...

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Scientists Believe There Could Be Mushrooms On Mars

Daniel Miller

It seems like everyone has been asking the same question since we first discovered there were other ...

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This Man Made A Mini Ecosystem Inside A Glass Jar

Veronica Franco

There's something about glass jars that has always held a sense of magic for people. They're solid ...

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Recent Meteor Shower On Moon’s Surface Hints That It May Be Covered In Water!

Keith Garling

For many years after the initial Apollo mission, scientists believed that the surface of the moon ...

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How To Rewire Your Brain – According To New Research

Philippa Smythe

For centuries, it was believed that the brain is hardwired and unable to change, only recently has ...

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Are You Talking to Meow? Scientists Finally Address Longstanding Debate About Cats

Zoe Sebastian

Finally, science has addressed something that many cat owners have been claiming for a long time - ...

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A New Virus Turns Victims Into Stone

Jordana Crawford

Medusa was once the creature of nightmares. The Greek mythological creature could turn anyone to ...

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Science Has Explained Why Time Seems To Go Faster As You Age

Jordana Crawford

Whether you’re a young person who has heard it or an older person who has felt it, there’s a ...

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This Is What Happened When Flat-Earthers Tried To Prove The Earth Was Flat

Jordana Crawford

By now, most people have heard of flat-earthers - members of the Flat Earth movement. This group of ...

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These Sports Players Have Shockingly High Rates Of This Disease, New Study Finds

Jordana Crawford

We don’t tend to associate sports with diseases. In fact, athletes are viewed as some of the ...

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Scientists Believe Music Could Be Ruining Our Creativity

Jordana Crawford

So many of us like to listen to music while we work in a bid to stimulate and inspire us to better ...

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Planet Nine Might Be Closer To Us Than We Once Thought

Jordana Crawford

Space and astronomy have always been fascinating, and here is yet another discovery that captures ...

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Foxes Were Once Kept As Pets In The Bronze Age

Jordana Crawford

Household pets come in many different forms these days, but cats and dogs rank among the most ...

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Recent News In Nature

Emily Hawthorne

We’ve all heard of people disappearing and then reappearing over the years, but you don’t hear of ...

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Scientists Attempt To Explain Perplexing Pancake Shaped Objects In Space

Jordana Crawford

The universe is a pretty big place, but thanks to technology scientists are making it seem smaller ...

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This Leopard Was Thought To Be Extinct But Has Just Been Spotted In Taiwan

Jordana Crawford

We’ve all heard of people disappearing and then reappearing over the years, but you don’t hear of ...

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Not Being Able To Sleep Could Literally Damage Your DNA

Jordana Crawford

Getting a good night’s sleep has always been important. Without it, you can’t hope to have enough ...

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Climate Change May Just Ruin This Doomsday Vault

Jordana Crawford

There doesn’t seem to be any way to escape climate change, short of burying your head in the sand. ...

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Our Genetics Could Actually Be The Reason We Can’t Lose Weight

Jordana Crawford

If you have ever spent hours down the gym or weeks prepping healthy food without losing any weight, ...

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Germany Has Vowed To Go Coal-Free By 2038

Jordana Crawford

Ever since the Industrial Revolution humans have been burning fossil fuels like they were going out ...

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The First Ever Flying Car Has Finally Taken To The Skies

Jordana Crawford

Ever since the Jetsons cartoon in the ‘60s, people have been dreaming of flying cars. Then in Back ...

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Most People Who Believe They Have This Common Allergy Don’t Actually It

Jordana Crawford

Have you ever been to the hospital and asked if you have any allergies? According to research, ...

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This AI Robotic Knee Is Helping People Walk Within Minutes

Jordana Crawford

Science has been leading the way with many medical breakthroughs over the years, and now it seems ...

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Saturn’s Rings Are Actually Fairly New, According To Scientists

Jordana Crawford

We might not know a lot about the universe, but some things have been written in the stars since ...

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Scientists Have Discovered The Oldest Rock From Earth On The Moon

Jordana Crawford

Scientists have learned a lot about Earth. They have also been busy discovering plenty about space. ...

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Trees Everywhere Are Celebrating This Photographer’s Big Win

Veronica Franco

In a time when most environmental news is bad news, the success of millions of reforested trees in ...

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The Earth’s Magnetic Field Is Doing Some Really Strange Things And Experts Don’t Know Why

Jordana Crawford

The Earth can be a magical and beautiful place, but it seems as though even the planet can throw ...

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Photos Reveal The Alien World That Lives Right Here On Earth

Jordana Crawford

The ocean can be an incredible place. After all, it holds some of the most unusual creatures on ...

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The #10YearChallenge That We Should Really Care About

Jordana Crawford

Unless you’ve been living off the grid for the past few weeks, you probably noticed that the people ...

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To Combat Heavy Air Pollution, This City Made It Rain

Keith Garling

As with any commercially available product, especially the ones we consume, government agencies ...

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New Rice Plants Produce More Rice Per Yield

Keith Garling

Food security is a serious issue that affects all of us every day all over the world. Even in ...

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These Scientists Started Growing Cotton – On The Moon!

Keith Garling

The moon has been a fascination of mankind's for thousands of years. Whether for geological, ...

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Scientific Finding Suggests The Answer To What May Be Responsible For Formation Of Life

Oliver Hamilton

According to recent scientific research published in Proceedings of the National Academy of ...

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Self-Healing Plastics Could Change The Way We Use Plastic Forever

Emily Hawthorne

Plastics are often seen as the bane of our existence in the 21st century, or a question-raising ...

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Oblong Protostar In Outer Space Sheds Light On How Planets Formed

Oliver Hamilton

Researchers at the ALMA (Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array) radio observatory in Chile ...

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Elon Musk Shows Off Starship Prototype That Could Fly In April

Jon Hartley

If you thought Elon Musk was going to let Richard Branson and Virgin Galactic hog the headlines ...

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Scientists In Antarctica Bore Into Subglacial Lake “Twice The Size Of Manhattan” For Signs Of Life

Oliver Hamilton

Scientists in Antarctica reached Mercer Subglacial Lake on Dec. 26, finishing drilling over 3,500 ...

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NASA Marks New Year’s With Record-Breaking Fly-By Of Unknown Object, 4 Billion Miles From Earth

Oliver Hamilton

NASA scientists had a reason other than the new year to celebrate Tuesday after receiving ...

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An Undersea Robot Is Helping Repopulate Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

Jon Hartley

The Great Barrier Reef in Australia is in need of some help due to the adverse effects of climate ...

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Disappearing Act: Could Saturn’s Rings Eventually Vanish?

Jon Hartley

Saturn has always been one of the most distinctive planets in the solar system because of its ...

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This Fascinating Exoplanet May Have An Ocean, Making It More Habitable

Trista Smith

There is always a fascination with finding other habitable planets in the universe, and this was ...

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How Scientists Can Shrink Objects To 1/1,000th Of Their Original Size

Jon Hartley

Although we still have a long way to go before we can put a superhero in a suit that can change ...

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Virgin Galactic Makes Its First Trip Into Space

Jon Hartley

Virgin Galactic has finally accomplished the first step in commercial flights into space, having ...

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Scientist Suspended After Creating First Gene-Edited Babies

Jon Hartley

It's been quite a year for scientist He Jiankui, who first thought he had a major scientific ...

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Want To Work On The Moon? NASA Unveils Plans For a Manned Base

Jon Hartley

NASA has unveiled its blockbuster plans for going back to the moon, which include a number of new ...

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Fish Swept From Japan To US In 2011 Tsunami Are Alive And Well

Jon Hartley

There were many consequences from the 2011 tsunami that hit Japan, but one of them was more ...

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This Mama Bird is 68 Years Old and About To Become a Mother Again

Jon Hartley

If you think 40 is the age where becoming a mother becomes extra difficult, consider what Wisdom ...

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How Games Like Tetris May Help Reduce Anxiety

Jon Hartley

Everyone who claims that video games are bad for you has to eat a little crow today. Well, at least ...

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How Climate Change Killed The Megalodons

Jon Hartley

If you watched the recent film The Meg, which features Jason Statham doing battle with a giant ...

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Carbon Monoxide Is A Silent Threat: Learn How You Can Protect Yourself By Reading This Woman’s Story

Trista Smith

Kathi Wilson lives an ordinary life in Indiana. She is a wife and a working mother who dedicated ...

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These Rocks Are Sliding Across the Desert All By Themselves — Here’s Why!

Trista Smith

Have you ever heard about a crazy phenomenon known as sliding rocks? This strange occurrence became ...

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Stephen Hawking’s Thesis, Wheelchair, And Other Items Sell For Huge Price At Auction

Trista Smith

Several items that were once owned by esteemed physicist and author Stephen Hawking were sold as ...

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She Went To Bed With A Headache, But Woke Up With A Different Accent

Trista Smith

It’s the worst feeling when you get a headache! The usual solution is to take a painkiller and go ...

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Climate Change Was Responsible For Megaherbivores Extinction, Not Humans

Trista Smith

Researchers in the US have taken on a significant study of megaherbivores. They have compiled a ...

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Scientists: Bigger Brains Mean Higher Intelligence

Jon Hartley

Bigger isn't always better, or so we've always been told. While this may be true in many contexts, ...

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Real-Life Star Wars? Russia Plans Lunar Colony

Jon Hartley

In the Star Wars films that have dominated the box office for over 40 years, the conflicts take ...

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Check Out the Tiniest Diamond Thief in the World

Trista Smith

The world’s tiniest diamond heist was recently recorded and posted on YouTube, which has since ...

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Here’s Why There a Thick Cloud Over the Extinct Martian Volcano on Mars

Trista Smith

Space has many unexplained mysteries that we are still discovering, and one of them recently ...

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Ants Take Sick Days to Avoid Spreading Illness to Fellow Ants

Trista Smith

It seems that we could learn a thing or two about work from theBlack Garden Ant. Scientists in ...

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Did You Know Lions Are Rapidly Disappearing? Here’s Why and What You Can Do to Help

Trista Smith

Down from as many as 200,000 lions a century ago, some experts believe that there could now be as ...

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Scientists Learn That Bees Can Be Part Male, Part Female

Jon Hartley

If you thought human men and women were complicated, buckle up for this startling discovery: bees ...

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These Prehistoric Caves Reveal Mystery Drawings And Other Works Of Art, Giving Us Prehistoric Insight

Trista Smith

Art is unique, yet universal. It is something that has given us insight into emotions as well as ...

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Does Warming Up Your Car In The Winter Really Help (Or Hurt) Your Engine?

Trista Smith

Is it a good thing to let your engine idle in cold temperatures? People often start their vehicles ...

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Do These Fossils Prove Bigfoot Existed?

Trista Smith

Have you ever wondered if Bigfoot really existed (or still exists?). Well, the findings of these ...

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Mummified Cats Found In Egypt Along With Wooden Statues for the Cat Goddess Bastet

Trista Smith

There are still so many mysteries to be uncovered in Egypt. The ancient civilization left behind so ...

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These 40,000-Year-Old Worms Are Astonishing Scientists With Their Never-Before-Seen Actions

Trista Smith

Scientists studying the permafrost in Siberia earlier this year have made a fantastic discovery. ...

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It Turns Out You Should Stop Washing Your Dishes By Hand

Trista Smith

Believe it or not, using your dishwasher will actually reduce your carbon footprint, and it’s more ...

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NASA Announced The Location Where The Rover Will Land On Mars In 2020

Trista Smith

It took five years and looking into 60 potential locations, but NASA finally has chosen the Jezero ...

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This Former Soviet Union Prison Is Now a Great Spot To Discover Marine Life

Trista Smith

Thousands of prisoners lived during the existence of the Soviet Union. However, these weren’t ...

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NASA Building Robot To Convert Martian Soil To Rocket Fuel

Oliver Hamilton

NASA has announced plans to sent a manned mission to Mars by 2030, which isn't far off. In order to ...

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A Group Of Scientists Has Dug The Deepest Hole On Earth

Trista Smith

Have you ever wondered what’s really under the Earth’s crust? Well, one group in Russia decided to ...

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Three Huge Asteroids Skimmed Past Earth This Weekend

Jamie Beningfield

Last week, NASA revealed that overnight, early Sunday morning, a trio of enormous asteroids would ...

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Facebook Will Run On 100% Renewable Energy by 2020

Keith Garling

Energy of The Future We've heard a lot about the amazing capabilities of renewable energy. It can ...

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SpaceX’s Starman, CEO Elon Musk’s Tesla Roadster Pass Red Planet

Oliver Hamilton

Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is known for capturing the imagination of the public. You might see ...

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This Crazy Solution For Global Warming Could Lead To Crazy Fast Internet As Well

Keith Garling

A Possible Solution To Global Warming AND Faster Internet!? As we all know, global warming is an ...

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Nonprofit Organization Is Curing Cataract-Caused Blindness With Cheap And Simple Procedure

Lola James

There is a countless number of people in the world who are blind, unable to see the wonders and ...

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Astronomers Think They’ve Found A Moon Outside The Solar System

Meagan Nantwich

With the new claims that two astronomers think they've found the first moon to exist outside of our ...

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Ukraine Is Turning Radioactive Lands Into A Massive Solar Power Plant

Lola James

We all remember Chernobyl as the place that triggered the massive nuclear meltdown 32 years ago. ...

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With Less Than 16 Hours Left, Probe Makes Daring Landing On Asteroid Ryugu

Meagan Nantwich

Landing on asteroids might seem like a feat straight out of a science fiction movie, but a ...

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Weight Lifting Likely Increases Longevity, Staves Off Early Demise, Michigan Study Says

Oliver Hamilton

A new study conducted by the University of Michigan says that people with strong muscles have a ...

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Why Stars In Alternate Universes Could Host Life

David Whittaker

For centuries, humans have been trying to prove the existence of life forms outside of our own ...

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NASA Plans To Put Humans Back On Moon By End Of 2020s

Oliver Hamilton

NASA is planning to put humans on the Moon again as part of a larger policy to send astronauts to ...

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The Zika Virus Might Be The Secret Weapon Against Brain Cancer

Lola James

Scientists have predicted that the Zika virus could help treat and prevent brain cancer in the near ...

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Star Trek’s Planet Vulcan Found Only 16 Light Years Away

Oliver Hamilton

If you're a Star Trek fan, you'll be delighted to learn that astronomers have discovered a planet ...

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New Studies About Aspirin’s Effects Have Been Released

Lola James

A pop of Aspirin a day may have been said to keep the doctor away, but recent studies have proven ...

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5 Fascinating Facts About Mars

Lola James

Similar to the ocean, space is an incredible place that remains a mystery to humankind. Few ...

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New Technology Allows Farmers To Edit Plant Genes In Order To Produce Better Quality Crops

Lola James

An 8-year-old start-up located in the heart of suburban Minneapolis has high hopes of making a ...

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Hubble Image Of 15,000 Galaxies Gives Scientists Glimpse Into Formation Of Universe

Oliver Hamilton

NASA recently released an extraordinary image taken by the Hubble Space Telescope that captures ...

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New Study Reveals That Robots May Be Able To Influence Children

David Whittaker

Growing up, we're all well aware of the risks surrounding peer pressure. As we approach ...

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3D X-Rays Are Finally Here, And They’re Spectacular

Meagan Nantwich

The advent of the X-Ray machine was a significant advance for medicine, as practitioners finally ...

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Breakthrough In Space Weather Research Could Allow Us To Predict Future Extreme Events

David Whittaker

According to the latest research from the University of Warwick, weather patterns in outer space ...

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The Science Behind Snapping Spaghetti

Jamie Beningfield

For those who make pasta at home, it is a common phenomenon that when attempting to snap a dry ...

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NASA Launches A New Mission To Cozy Up To The Sun

Meagan Nantwich

Icarus may have been cursed for trying to fly too close to the Sun, but NASA has no such concerns. ...

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Peculiar Orca Behavior Has Scientists Concerned

Lola James

Killer or not, the Orca whale is a significant player in our ecosystem and a crucial part of the ...

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Trouble Sleeping? Put Away Your Phone!

Oliver Hamilton

Smartphones are everywhere in the modern age, and their relevance and utility in our daily lives ...

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The Technology Helping Us To Save Thousand Year Old Art

Meagan Nantwich

It can be difficult to study the history behind many works of art and medieval manuscripts given ...

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Our Circadian Rhythm Impacts More Than Just Our Sleep Cycle

Meagan Nantwich

There's a simple reason our bodies run on an internal clock, better known as our circadian rhythm. ...

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Harvesting Fog Just Got A Lot Easier For People In Drought Prone Areas

Meagan Nantwich

Harvesting fog in order to bolster water supplies is not a new endeavor by any means, as anyone who ...

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How Singapore Is Maximizing Its Space For Solar Power

Meagan Nantwich

In the tiny seafront nation of Singapore, environmentalists have been working to come up with ways ...

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Finally! Six-Pack Rings That Are Good For The Environment

Meagan Nantwich

One of the worst offenders when it comes to plastics that hurt the environment are the rings that ...

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The Surprising Ways That Flying Affects Your Body

Samantha Wells

Everyone hates air travel unless it's by private jet. With airline companies charging an arm and a ...

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Has Science Finally Found A Way To Fix Our Vision Without Contacts, Laser, Or Glasses?

Samantha Wells

Professor Zeev Zalevsky has published a study that will forever change the way you think about ...

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Scientists Reveal For The First Time What Is Underneath Antarctica’s Ice

Samantha Wells

For generations, scientists have been attempting to find out what exactly is hidden under ...

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New 3D-Printed Corneas Could Save Your Eyes

Emily Hawthorne

3D printing is no longer just for making tools on Mars, creating food out of thin air, or building ...

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Virgin Galactic’s Spaceplane Has Taken Off On Its Second Flight

Meagan Nantwich

After the major crash that occurred during Virgin Galactic's very first test flight four years ago, ...

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Meet NASA’s New & Improved Jackhammer On Mars

Samantha Wells

NASA has finally repaired long-standing problems with the Curiosity Rover's drill. But it takes ...

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The Science Behind The Yanny Vs Laurel Debate

Meagan Nantwich

If you were a person who used the internet back in 2015, then you probably remember the famous ...

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The Weird Reason Americans Have Been Cutting Down On Energy Consumption

Meagan Nantwich

A new study has been released demonstrating that Americans have been saving energy for an unusual ...

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Low Cost Homes Constructed By 3D Printers May Be The Answer To Housing Crises

Meagan Nantwich

Goods made via 3D printers have become all the rage in the last few years as engineers seek to ...

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The NASA Jet Capable Of Quietly Breaking The Sound Barrier

David Whittaker

By 2022, NASA is set to release a quiet, supersonic jet with the capability of breaking the sound ...

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Amazon’s Home Robot Could Become Reality In 2019

David Whittaker

Amazon is reportedly working on a home robot, which could hit the market as early as 2019. The ...

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Check Out This Smart Scale That Won’t Tell You How Much You Weigh

Meagan Nantwich

If you've ever feared stepping on a scale after a particularly unhealthy stretch, then this is the ...

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Say Goodbye To Models As Dolce and Gabbana Use Drones Instead

Charley Frank

The future of fashion is truly here as top designer Dolce and Gabbana chose to shun models at their ...

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Scientists Say Your Mornings Should Look Like This

Derek Ewing

Whether you like it or not, everyone starts his or her day off with a routine of some sort. Some ...

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This Smart Ball Is More Than Meets The Eye

David Whittaker

The Play Impossible Gameball is the next generation of toys for your tech-obsessed toddler. While ...

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Are Self-Driving Cars Worth The Risk?

David Whittaker

Self-driving cars are meant to be the future of driving. Founders claim that cars operated by ...

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The Object That Tore A 560 Mile Hole In The Atmosphere

Meagan Nantwich

The long heralded launches of the Space X rockets seemed to be more underwhelming than exciting, ...

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Meet The App That Makes You An Instant Field Biologist

Samantha Wells

You definitely remember the Pokemon Go craze a few years back. Kids and adults alike, all over the ...

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How Your Smart Phone Is Ruining Your Posture

David Whittaker

Experts are saying that back problems among 20-year-olds are now comparable to those of people ...

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Autonomous Cars Will Soon Be Able To See Around Corners

David Whittaker

Stanford engineers have recently publish findings on how autonomous cars will soon be able to see ...

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Stephen Hawking Claims He Knows What Existed Before Big Bang

David Whittaker

The Big Bang, which is believed to have occurred about 13.8 billion years ago, has been a heated ...

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Researchers Train Dogs To Use Touchscreens That Prolong Cognitive Skills

JJ Foster

A team of researchers at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna are training elderly dogs ...

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Thanks To This Bionic Hand, Sense Of Touch Is No Longer A Distant Dream

Taylor McAdams

Almerina Mascarello lost her left hand in an accident almost 25 years ago. Now, thanks to ...

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Chinese Monkeys Become First Primate Clones

Charley Frank

Scientists recently revealed they had cloned two monkeys, using the same technique used to create ...

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US Army Wants ‘Iron-Man’ Suits For Soldiers

Charley Frank

The US Army has called upon scientists to create a suit for soldiers which prevents brain injuries ...

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New Yorkers Have Reported 85 UFO Sightings In Last Two Years

JJ Foster

In just two years, there have been a staggering 85 UFO sightings in the state of New York alone, ...

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Japanese Astronaut Worries About Returning To Earth After Growing In Space

Meagan Nantwich

A Japanese astronaut has fallen victim to one of the unusual side effects of living in a zero ...

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CRISPR Faces A Set Back As Human Immune Systems Attack

Meagan Nantwich

CRISPR gene editing technology has become one of the most talked about developments the field of ...

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Forget The Controller, You Can Play Video Games With This Shirt

Meagan Nantwich

It was only a matter of time before smart clothing technology was fine tuned enough to be ...

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U.S. Pilots Admit To Being Convinced They’ve Encountered Aliens

Meagan Nantwich

In 2004, two Navy pilots happened to flying on training mission on Super Hornet fighters, not far ...

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NASA’s Newest Satellite Will Revolutionize Weather Forecasts

Meagan Nantwich

As much as the general public likes to complain about the unreliability of weather forecasts, new ...

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Space Race Part II: These New Robots Will Help Colonize The Moon

Harvey Princeton

Since the historic moon landing in 1969, there have been barely any missions involving the moon. ...

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Kids Can Learn Coding With This Game Console

Derek Ewing

A new UK startup is taking a leap with an EdTech platform to help make coding a fun learning ...

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Harvard Engineers Make A Robotic Bee That Can Fly And Swim

Harvey Princeton

In the movies, robotic insects have been around for a while; they usually act as silicon-based, ...

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Google’s Language Software Invents Its Own Language

Meagan Nantwich

One of the most important ongoing tech projects of this century is the creation and refinement of ...

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The Future Of Self-Driving Cars By Ford

Rachel Lewis

Many people are used to the idea of getting in their car and driving themselves from A to B. But ...

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China Reveals The World’s Fastest Bullet Train

Meagan Nantwich

After two fatal train crashes in 2011 that caused Chinese authorities to put a 300 km/hr speed cap ...

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The Japanese Have Developed An Ice Cream That Doesn’t Melt

Charley Frank

Popsicles are a refreshing treat for the summer with lots of different flavors, they are a hit with ...

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NASA Working To Bring Supersonic Speeds To Commercial Flights In The United States

Charley Frank

NASA has designed a new supersonic jet in an attempt to reduce the effects of sonic booms. When a ...

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Plans Fail As NASA Announces Tourist Trips To Mars Are Impossible

Taylor McAdams

The space agency that has once discussed having plans for landing people on Mars has backed out of ...

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Scientists Can Slow Down The Aging Process

Lionel Arkin

Recently, when a group of Russian and Swedish scientists got together, they discovered something ...

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Teachers Targeted With Anti-Global Warming Packages From Skeptics

Nicola Rossi

The Heartland Institute, one of America’s most prominent climate-change denying groups, has set its ...

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Oculus VR Overwhelms USB Ports

Walter Brook

USB technology has been around for nearly twenty years and evolving since its inception. For the ...

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New Fat Loss Breathalyzer Available For Home Use

Zara Humphrey

Losing weight is no easy feat. In order to successfully lose some unwanted pounds, it takes a ...

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This Company Is Tackling Asthma Treatment The Tech Way

Derek Ewing

The World Health Organization estimates that 235 million people are affected by asthma worldwide. ...

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