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May 5th
Health Fighting infection with infection When infected with Wolbachia, mosquitoes are less effective at keeping and transmitting the Zika virus.
May 5th
Science Gatherings, gazelles, and Mars' dwindling atmosphere How can you explain a complicated scientific concept in just 90 seconds?
May 5th
Health Hundreds of food products may be contaminated with this food poisoning bacteria Listeria recalls have hit hundreds of food products this week, ranging from flash frozen vegetables to jars of sunflower seed kernels. The contaminati…
May 5th
Health 2014 saw the highest number of Hep-C deaths. Ever. Hepatitis C has hit an all-time high as a killer disease. New data from 2014 was released this week by the Centers for Disease Control, and it shows that Hep-C is now…
May 5th
Technology Just imagine hearts and lungs whizzing overhead. EHang Holdings Limited of China announced a partnership with Lung Biotechnology in the U.S. to put 1,000 drones to work as organ delivery vehicles.
May 5th
Health Facing your persecutory delusions through a headset An Oxford University study into treatment for extreme paranoia is using VR to treat patients. Just a few percentage points of the population experience this level of…
May 5th
Health Pig eye sun, won't you come... Ever wonder what would happen to your eye if you stared at the sun through a telescope? What's the worst that could happen, right? Well apparently it literally burns a…
May 5th
Energy One of 10 innovations to win a 2016 Invention Award The eternal camera can take photos forever without recharging—as long as there’s light available.
May 4th
Science Nothing has changed. Did you see the Met Gala? According to a Dutch archaeology study, European women in the Middle Ages often wore better quality clothing than men.
May 4th
Health A STAR surgeon Now, a group of researchers at The Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. have developed a device that they say is able to perform these surgeries…