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...

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 have no plans to update...

Canadian Premier to face ethics questions over cash-for-access scheme

Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are under questions from Canada’s ethics watchdog for his involvement in cash-for-access scheme as reported by political fundraisers. This happens for the first in Canada’s...

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...

English Village Set An Example By Quietly Cleaning Up Its Own Patch

Climate change is one of the defining challenges of the 21st century. But a small village of England, Ashton Hayes teaches the lesson to the rest of country by...

A Woman ‘almost crashed car’ when snake slithered from air vent

A Florida woman,Monica Dorsett, was about to crash when she found a snake slithering out of her SUV’s air-conditioning vent. Sharing the moment she said that "she was in the middle of...

FacebookTweetEmailShareThisFailure in addressing pressing threats like nuclear weapons, climate change brings earth closer to...

WASHINGTON, U.S. - According to experts from the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists have revealed that the Earth is very close to oblivion as a result of failure in...

Scrap garden bridge to avoid wasting more public funds, report says

Finally the controversial plan of building a bridge across the river in Central London is going to be scrapped.  The findings by a Senior Labour MP, Margaret Hodge who...

Oxford University has announced its first “massive open online course”

Thanks to the digital age!!! Now, it is no longer a problem for the students, who could never afford the tuition fees, to study from a reputable or even prestigious...

Louisiana Flood Victim Enjoys Change In Fortune After Winning $1Mil Lottery

“Sometimes the blessings are not in what god gives, but in what he takes away. Blessings In disguise.” A 72-year-old Louisiana Victim, James Lapeze from the city of central recently...

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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

The wide reach of corrosion, a multitrillion-dollar global problem, may someday be narrowed considerably thanks to a new, better approach to predict how metals...

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...