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August 24th
Health His body hasn't rejected his new face, and he can see again A year after the most extensive facial transplant ever performed, Patrick Hardison is able to live a more normal life than he ever thought possible. That could mean&helli…
August 24th
Health Finally, some recognition for all of your office gardening Certain types of houseplants are effective at removing indoor air pollutants, which could help small businesses find a green solution to air filtration systems.
August 24th
Health Zika-afflicted babies could experience more problems as they grow Doctors are getting a better look at the workings of zika and microcephaly as it ravages infected fetuses and infants thanks to brain scans and ultrasounds.
August 24th
Energy It could help desalinate water in developing countries MIT is known for it's high-tech innovations. But sometimes, progress comes in very low-tech forms.
August 24th
Health After a firefighting accident left him disfigured, Hardison got a new face On September 5, 2001, firefighter Patrick Hardison had his face burnt off in a blaze in a mobile home outside of Senatobia, Mississippi.
August 24th
Science At least 38 confirmed dead A large earthquake struck central Italy just after 3:30 am local time, when most people in the region were asleep at home.
August 23rd
Science A new biodegradable film made out of casein is being researched The various types of packaging that protects the food you buy from the store is biodegradable and recyclable, but what about the small subsection that isn't, namely&…
August 23rd
Health Maybe we shouldn't toss millions of dollars of blemished produce out every year Blemished food may be a stigma we should erase. Marks on produce scare shoppers into health concerns, but a lot of food may be harmless, and wasted fo…
August 23rd
Science Longer than you might think Would you fall through the world if there was a giant hole, or just die in the center?
August 23rd
Health Devour the power! A new ingestible battery could power medical devices that patients swallow, or drug delivery systems that operate inside our bodies. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon…