Japanese Scientists Discover New Method to Create Stem Cells

February 2, 2014 in Science, Top News

Researchers in Japan have discovered a ground-breaking method for turning ordinary blood cells into stem cells. That’s according to a study called “Stimulus-Triggered Fate Conversion of Somatic Cells Into Pluripotency” […]

Chinese Soft Moon Landing May Be Imminent After Successful Launch

December 3, 2013 in Technology, Top News

China appears right on course to join the United States and the former USSR in sharing the distinction of visiting the Moon – at least technologically. China announced Monday, Dec. […]

Space Program Research Indicates Extraterrestrial Life Likely

November 17, 2013 in Technology, Top News

Research findings by NASA scientists appear to raise the odds of confirming the existence of past life in the solar system, and of finding other biologically viable planets in the […]

Australian Experts Link Climate Change to Wildfires

October 30, 2013 in Green, Top News

An independent climate science research group in Australia reports extreme climate change leading to hot, dry conditions is directly linked to the outbreak of bushfires in New South Wales. These […]

Arctic Methane Burp May Slam World Economy

July 28, 2013 in Green, Top News

Methane release, due to ice melting in the Arctic, is likely to have a devastating impact on the world economy according to scientists studying the issue. Expected release of methane […]

Test Tube Baby Births Easier With New Genetic Sequencing Technique

July 22, 2013 in Technology, Top News

July 8, Dr. Dagan Wells of the NIHR Biomedical Research Centre at the University of Oxford, UK announced the first birth achieved by analyzing embryos using a new genome sequencing […]

Robotic Lunar Lander Demanded by NASA

July 9, 2013 in Technology, Top News

June 2, NASA issued a request for information regarding a robotic lunar lander. NASA appears to be chomping at the bit for funding. NASA’s proposed lander is expected to provide […]

New CO2 Measures Raise Threats of Rising Seas and Species Die-Offs

May 26, 2013 in Green, Top News

Friday, March 10, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the Scripps Institution reported their jointly operated observation post on Mauna Loa has recorded CO2 levels at more than 400 […]

New Medical Strategies Emerge to Inhibit Dementia

May 5, 2013 in Science, Top News

In April, the National Institutes of Health announced new treatments to inhibit the advancement of Alzheimer’s disease. These have made possible blocking a regular protein called CD33, and therefore allowing […]

3D Printer Gun-Making Is Now a Reality

May 5, 2013 in Technology, Top News

Cody Wilson is widely known as a free-market anarchist and as the founder and director of Defense Distributed, a non-profit organization that develops and publishes open-source gun designs. Friday, he […]

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