Researchers have managed to create a new material that can pull drinkable water out of thin air, using zero power.  Using a mesh, which is a metal-organic framework, consists of tiny space to grab and hold water molecules. /READ MORE// Water...
Only seen through an electron microscope, Saccorhytus coronarius is a newly discovered, but oldest and most primitive deuterostome, a large branch in the animal kingdom that happens to include all vertebrates. /READ MORE// The First Flower Described in January's Nature, the specimen...
'Talking' in American Sign Language takes a lot of dexterity from human hands.  Even the individual letters of the alphabet often take all five fingers of one hand to speak.  There's where University of California, San Diego nano-engineer Darren...
Thomas Deuel has experience dealing with the brain, being both a Jazz musician and a Neurologist a the Swedish Medial Centre in Seattle.  He also has a lot of insight into how and when to use Electroencephalography (EEG) to...
Recent tests on a rock from the Moon brought back by Apollo 15 astronauts revealed surprising evidence indicating a magnetic field on the moon between 1 billion and 2.5 billions years ago. /READ MORE// Crowd-Sourcing Pluto's Moons Scientists suspected the moon had...
Water is weird.  It expands when cooled, has a strange boiling point, and in June it got weirder.  Publishing a paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, Stockholm University Professor Anders Nilsson and his team discovered that...
John McGann has long been interested in the notion that people have a relatively poor sense of smell, The Rutgers University Neuroscientist and olfaction researcher has long tested this notion and in his lab, humans often surprisingly perform as...
It appears dust bunnies might be more than just a nuisance to your nose.  Researchers have concluded dust may, in fact, be making you heavier. /READ MORE// Is your Morning Cup of Coffee Slowly Killing You? Dust in our residential homes is...
Naked Mole Rats were already weird.  They got even weirder this past year when it was discovered that these cold-blooded, long-lived, pain-immune, cancer-resistant rats could also survive for extended periods without oxygen. /READ MORE// Halo: Meet the Tech That Uses Brain...

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