A new Zika test machine needs just a drop of blood

A Danish-Taiwanese company called Blusense Diagnostics claims that it developed a tiny box that can test for both Dengue Fever and the Zika virus with a single drop of finger blood. Zika...

Scientists borrow from electronics to build circuits in living cells

Living cells must constantly process information to keep track of the changing world around them and arrive at an appropriate response. Through billions of years of trial and error, evolution...

Engineers investigate a simple, no-bake recipe to make bricks from Martian soil

Explorers plotting to settle on Mars may be able to turn the planet's red soil into bricks with no need of using an oven or extra materials. Instead, they...

AI can predict heart attacks more accurately than doctors

According to survey an estimated 20 million people die each year due to cardiovascular disease.But a team of researchers from the University of Nottingham in the UK have created...

GPS of the brain does a lot more than navigation

The brain part which creates mental maps of our environment plays a much bigger function in learning and memory than we earlier thought. This is as per a new...

‘Whale breath’ reveals bacteria threatening endangered killer whales

Droplets and exhaled breath caught from the blowholes of killer whales along the Pacific coast are providing scientists with insights into whale health and revealing bacteria and fungi that...

Scientists turn spinach into a farm for human heart cells

Recently, scientists invented something productive. A process that will turn spinach leaves into farms for functioning human heart cells. That means now we don’t need to resort to exotic...

Facial recognition will help doctors detect rare genetic disease

  A team of Scientists from the National Human Genome Research Institute used the Facial recognition for something different purpose. They used it to diagnose a rare genetic condition called...

Dutch scientists use color-changing graphene bubbles to create ‘mechanical pixels’

Scientists from Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands have discovered what could one day be a new type of display technology bubbles of graphene that change color as...

New book details South America’s surprising prehistoric mammals

Readers are offered a walk through the time, called the Cenozoic Period, when South America was isolated and dozens of unique animals thrived, in the book Horned Armadillos and...

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Thousands of genes influence most diseases, researchers report

A core assumption in the study of disease-causing genes has been that they are clustered in molecular pathways directly connected to the disease. But...

New approach improves ability to predict metals’ reactions with water

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Colombian garbage man builds library from discarded books

As he was emptying the bins of Colombia's capital, Jose Alberto Gutierrez one day found a copy of the classic novel "Anna Karenina," and...

Google is done updating its Nik desktop photo-editing tools

If you're a fan of the Nik Collection of free photo-editing apps, than this news can make to sad. Google no longer support the software. "We...

A new Zika test machine needs just a drop of blood

A Danish-Taiwanese company called Blusense Diagnostics claims that it developed a tiny box that can test for both Dengue Fever and the Zika virus with a...

Scientists borrow from electronics to build circuits in living cells

Living cells must constantly process information to keep track of the changing world around them and arrive at an appropriate response. Through billions of years...

Amazing moment three-year-old girl with severely life-limiting condition moves by herself for the first...

A three-year-old girl born with a severely life-limiting condition has for the first time moved independently, just two weeks after she started taking a...