Sweet and savory science Chemical & Engineering News
In this age of Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, scientists have many ways to draw attention to their science. Now a new contest is offering the opportunity to ...
How To Answer Ridiculous Arguments Against Science Forbes
Whether it's in a formal public debate or a conversation over family dinner, arguments are bound to happen. After all, we're just human, and all seven billion of us ...
Surprise! Shutdown also disrupting U.S. science agencies that aren't closed Science Magazine
Many U.S. government scientists and federally funded researchers breathed a sigh of relief last month after the partial shutdown of the U.S. government began.
'Spider-verse' gets the science right -- and wrong CNN
Don Lincoln breaks down the science in "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" and discovers what's in the film also falls within the realm of scientific possibility.
Commentary: Students must be taught what science is. And is not. Salt Lake Tribune
A draft of Utah's public school science standards is now available for review and debate. It's time to understand what science actually is and what it is not. In part ...
Science shows that it's not really green to ban plastic bags New York Post
As if grocery shopping weren't enough of a hassle, it's about to become even more inconvenient in New York — for no good reason. State lawmakers may soon.
Bullied Into Bad Science? - Neuroskeptic Discover Magazine
There's been an interesting discussion on Twitter about senior scientists who pressure their students or postdocs into scientific misconduct or otherwise poor ...
Science funding is a mess. Could grant lotteries make it better? Vox
We might be better off funding scientific research by choosing projects at random. Here's why.
Earth and Moon impact flux increased at the end of the Paleozoic Science Magazine
The rate at which impacts produce craters on the Moon is used to calibrate ages in planetary science. Earth should also have received similar numbers of ...
The science stories likely to make headlines in 2019 Science Magazine
Scientists in Europe and the United States face an uncertain political landscape in the new year, which could affect funding and collaborations. The threat is ...
Hollywood's Portrayals of Science and Scientists Are Ridiculous Scientific American
Hello. I'm a female scientist in a movie. I look like a swimsuit model, i have a PhD from Cal Tech in the exact subject that is plaguing the world in this movie, and i ...
Care about Science? Demand a Better Democracy Scientific American
Think science should inform policy? Then I'm here to tell you why you should care about democracy reform. We don't get science-based policies unless our ...
Scientists sue to protect Utah monument—and fossils that could rewrite Earth's history - Science Magazine
Scientists sue to protect Utah monument—and fossils that could rewrite Earth's history Science Magazine
BEARS EARS NATIONAL MONUMENT IN UTAH—On a rise with a sweeping view of the Indian Creek valley in southern Utah, skirts of red earth unfurling for ...
Groundbreaking deal makes large number of German studies free to public Science Magazine
New contract gives researchers access to Wiley's journals and makes their papers open access.
Behind Saanich's EDPA bylaw, a question of science Times Colonist
The science behind Saanich's Environmental Development Permit Area bylaw — and the decision to rescind it — has reared its head again as interim measures ...
Missions expose surprising differences in the interiors of Saturn and Jupiter Science Magazine
A clever use of radio signals from planetary spacecraft is allowing researchers to pierce the swirling clouds that hide the interiors of Jupiter and Saturn, where ...
Is Dental Floss Toxic? American Council on Science and Health
A recent study, purporting to show that “toxic” chemicals from some types of dental floss are ending up in users' bloodstream, does not actually provide evidence ...
CRISPR-mediated activation of a promoter or enhancer rescues obesity caused by haploinsufficiency - Science Magazine
CRISPR-mediated activation of a promoter or enhancer rescues obesity caused by haploinsufficiency Science Magazine
Loss-of-function mutation in one gene copy, termed haploinsufficiency, can lead to insufficient protein levels and result in human disease. Matharu et al. tested ...
An amygdalar neural ensemble that encodes the unpleasantness of pain Science Magazine
The unpleasantness of pain is an emotional phenomenon distinct from pain's sensory qualities. To study how the brain processes pain-related emotions, Corder ...
The contiguous United States just lost its last wild caribou Science Magazine
The last caribou known to inhabit the contiguous United States has been removed from the wild. This week, a team of biologists working for the Canadian ...
Scientists turn carbon emissions into usable energy EurekAlert
A recent study, affiliated with South Korea's Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) has introduced a system that turn carbon emissions into ...
10 year challenge: How science and the world have changed New Scientist News
The last 10 years have seen amazing advances in science and technology – and stark damage to the world we live in. Like a lot of people on social media we ...
Scientists STUNNED as remains of ANCIENT CREATURES discovered in mysterious Antarctic lake - Express.co.uk
Scientists STUNNED as remains of ANCIENT CREATURES discovered in mysterious Antarctic lake Express.co.uk
SCIENTISTS have admitted they are “seriously surprised” by the discovery of ancient animal remains at the bottom of a mysterious Antarctic lake.
H3K9me3-heterochromatin loss at protein-coding genes enables developmental lineage specification - Science Magazine
H3K9me3-heterochromatin loss at protein-coding genes enables developmental lineage specification Science Magazine
Compacted chromatin regions, marked by trimethylation of histone H3 at position lysine 9 (H3K9me3), occur at highly repeated DNA sequences, helping to ...
Learning agile and dynamic motor skills for legged robots Science
Legged robots pose one of the greatest challenges in robotics. Dynamic and agile maneuvers of animals cannot be imitated by existing methods that are crafted ...
Appliance of science: Why does my voice sound so different when recorded? Irish Examiner
Seven-year-old Cathal has noticed something that we all experience when we hear a recording of our own voice… that it sounds very different to how we ...
ASU graduates first 5 Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering students Standard-Times
In May 2014, the Texas Tech University System Board of Regents approved the addition of a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering at Angelo State.
Learning ambidextrous robot grasping policies Science
Universal picking (UP), or reliable robot grasping of a diverse range of novel objects from heaps, is a grand challenge for e-commerce order fulfillment, ...
Science as a social practice MIT News
Science is inherently social,” says Marion Boulicault, an MIT PhD student in philosophy who studies how ideas of gender may impact fertility research.
Pro-life is pro-science Washington Examiner
Hundreds of thousands of pro-lifers will march on Friday from the National Mall to the steps of the Supreme Court for the 46th annual March for Life.
Let’s keep the Green New Deal grounded in science MIT Technology Review
Advocates hope the proposal will inspire voters, but that's no reason it has to ignore the latest research.
Shutdown imperils NASA's decadelong ice-measuring campaign Science Magazine
The spreading effects of the partial U.S. government shutdown have reached Earth's melting poles. IceBridge, a decadelong NASA aerial campaign meant to ...
Strain-specific antibody therapy prevents cytomegalovirus reactivation after transplantation - Science Magazine
Strain-specific antibody therapy prevents cytomegalovirus reactivation after transplantation Science Magazine
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection and reactivation are common and potentially fatal complications after bone marrow or hematopoietic stem cell transplantation ...
Crash-out Brexit looms larger for scientists after deal rejected Science Magazine
A historic defeat for U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has raised the odds that the United Kingdom will crash out of the European Union in March, a prospect that ...
Microscope captures intricate images of glowing brains at record speed Science Magazine
New technique sweeps sheets of light through enlarged brain tissue for a detailed view.
How fast are the oceans warming? Science Magazine
Climate change from human activities mainly results from the energy imbalance in Earth's climate system caused by rising concentrations of heat-trapping gases ...
Planet Nine may not exist, say scientists, after finding simpler explanation Telegraph.co.uk
When the mysterious 'Planet Nine' was first hypothesised in 2016 it was hailed as the solution to the strange orbits of far-flung icy objects and the unexplained tilt ...
Bacteria: A novel source for potent mosquito feeding-deterrents Science Advances
Antibiotic and insecticidal bioactivities of the extracellular secondary metabolites produced by entomopathogenic bacteria belonging to genus Xenorhabdus ...
How to shine in Indonesian science? Game the system Science Magazine
JAKARTA—Last July, when Indonesia's Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education (RISTEK) here honored eight researchers, along with ...
As shutdown continues, so does damage to U.S. science Washington Post
Scientists are smarting from the loss of data, research opportunities and paychecks.
Toll on Science and Research Mounts as Government Shutdown Continues The New York Times
The partial shutdown has emptied laboratories across the country, forced scientists from the field and upended several scientific conferences.
Termites mitigate the effects of drought in tropical rainforest Science Magazine
In many tropical regions, where drought is predicted to become more frequent in the coming years, termites are key components of ecosystem function. Ashton et ...
CANADA: McGill science group questions sale of "quack remedies" SooToday.com
Homeopathy, which dates back to 1796, is based on the principle that "like cures like," or the idea that a disease can be cured by ingesting a low dose of ...
Kerre McIvor: Anti-vaxxers risking kids' lives over flawed, discredited science Newstalk ZB
It's not until we start seeing the dreadful effects of communicable diseases, that anti-vaxxers will get their heads out of the sand and understand the imp.
Fighting Ebola is hard. In Congo, fake news makes it harder Science Magazine
The Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is providing a natural experiment in fighting fake news. Occurring in a conflict zone, amid a ...
Are clever males preferred as mates? Science Magazine
Being smart is a good thing, or so smart people like to think. Indeed, the possibility that superior cognition confers an evolutionary advantage, specifically a ...
U.S. government shutdown starts to take a bite out of science Science Magazine
*Update, 9 January, 1:30 p.m.: Shenandoah National Park today informed ecologist Jeff Atkins, featured below, that he will be allowed to enter the park for ...
High extinction risk for wild coffee species and implications for coffee sector sustainability - Science Advances
High extinction risk for wild coffee species and implications for coffee sector sustainability Science Advances
Wild coffee species are critical for coffee crop development and, thus, for sustainability of global coffee production. Despite this fact, the extinction risk and ...
19 bold predictions for science and technology in 2019 NBC News
What scientific discoveries will 2019 bring? We asked leaders in science, technology and innovation what they think we can expect to see in the new year.
Luminescence and reactivity of a charge-transfer excited iron complex with nanosecond lifetime - Science Magazine
Luminescence and reactivity of a charge-transfer excited iron complex with nanosecond lifetime Science Magazine
Many photoactive coordination compounds contain precious metals. Replacing ruthenium with more–earth-abundant iron has been a long-sought goal, but iron ...
Monogamy may have a telltale signature of gene activity Science Magazine
In the animal world, monogamy has some clear perks. Living in pairs can give animals some stability and certainty in the constant struggle to reproduce and ...
Trump's war on science: how the US is putting politics above evidence The Guardian
Experts say the administration is blatantly dismantling proven programs, and the consequences could be dire.
What to Expect from the Super Blood Wolf Moon Eclipse Live Science
Call in late to work on Monday (Jan. 21) and prepare to spend Sunday night staring at the sky: The Super Blood Wolf Moon eclipse is coming. That's a mouthful ...
Scientists Used a Robot to Study How Prehistoric Lizards Walked Smithsonian.com
OroBOT, a robot version of an ancestor to the dinosaurs, is helping fill in some gaps in the evolution of walking.
Standards for distribution models in biodiversity assessments Science Advances
Demand for models in biodiversity assessments is rising, but which models are adequate for the task? We propose a set of best-practice standards and detailed ...
After outcry, Battelle reinstates science panel at ecological observatory Science Magazine
The contractor running a major U.S. ecological research facility has reversed its decision to disband a scientific advisory panel. The move had drawn fierce ...
From science to history, how YouTuber Madan Gowri’s Tamil explainers became a hit The News Minute
With 1.5 million subscribers, Madan Gowri's informational videos cover topics ranging from history, science and politics to current affairs and philosophy.
New gene-editing kit puts the power of frog growth into citizen scientists’ hands East Bay Times
Click here if you are having trouble viewing the photo gallery or video on your mobile device. OAKLAND — In an ordinary house tucked away on a quiet street in ...
Science with borders: A debate over national rights could inhibit research STAT
An international agreement could make it extraordinarily difficult to conduct disease surveillance or forge research collaborations around the world.
Ten big science stories of 2018 BBC News
The year 2018 provided plenty to chew on if you're interested in science and the environment. From the stark warning from climate scientists about the dangers ...
The science stories that shook 2018 The Guardian
Our guest scientists pick the breakthroughs and discoveries that defined their year, from insights into human evolution to our first trip aboard an asteroid.
5 Best Exercises For Your Brain, According To Science Bustle
It is a truth universally acknowledged that exercise is good for you. The benefits range from reducing risk for heart attacks to improving the long-term outcomes ...
The Little Ice Age and 20th-century deep Pacific cooling Science Magazine
Earth's climate cooled considerably across the transition from the Medieval Warm Period to the Little Ice Age about 700 years ago. Theoretically, owing to how ...
Artificial intelligence turns brain activity into speech Science Magazine
For many people who are paralyzed and unable to speak, signals of what they'd like to say hide in their brains. No one has been able to decipher those signals ...
The class book review: Secret Science by Dara Ó Briain TES News
Dara Ó Briain brings science into the everyday – and, with bubble writing and funny pictures, our pupils loved the book.
An elephant-sized Late Triassic synapsid with erect limbs Science Magazine
Early terrestrial amniotes evolved into two groups: the sauropsids, which led to the bird and dinosaur lineages, and the synapsids, which led to mammals.
The 10 Weirdest Science Stories of 2018 Live Science
What were the top 10 strangest science stories of the past year? It wasn't easy to choose just 10 — 2018 was pretty darn strange. However, writers at Live ...
Federal Government Shutdown Stings Scientists and Science Eos
Scientists say the shutdown is a message that the government considers science nonessential.
Scientists Left Behind Science 2.0
As the well-informed readers will realize, I am hat-tipping Hank Campbell and the catchy title of his best-selling book "Science Left Behind" with the title of this ...
Laser cooling of ions in a neutral plasma Science Magazine
Plasmas—gases of ionized atoms and electrons—are naturally formed at high temperatures, such as those reached in the interiors of stars. Describing plasmas ...
What will be the big science stories of 2019? Here are our predictions Science News
From black hole insights to the future of self-driving cars to figuring out what it means to be human, 2019 will be a big year in science.
Shutdown starts to take a bite out of science Science Magazine
Rattlesnakes, bears, hurricanes, and freezing weather haven't stopped ecologist Jeff Atkins from taking weekly hikes into Virginia's Shenandoah National Park ...
Here's how the record-breaking government shutdown is disrupting science Science News
The partial government shutdown is taking many U.S. scientists out of commission and putting up hurdles to their research.
Improving crop yield Science Magazine
The enzyme ribulose 1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase-oxygenase (RuBisCO) is one of the most abundant proteins on Earth. During photosynthesis, it assimilates ...
Will the world embrace Plan S, the radical proposal to mandate open access to science papers? - Science Magazine
Will the world embrace Plan S, the radical proposal to mandate open access to science papers? Science Magazine
How far will Plan S spread? Since the September 2018 launch of the Europe-backed program to mandate immediate open access (OA) to scientific literature, 16 ...
New class of solar cells, using lead-free perovskite materials EurekAlert
A recent study, affiliated with South Korea's Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) has presented a new class of solar cells, using lead-free ...
Synthetic glycolate metabolism pathways stimulate crop growth and productivity in the field - Science Magazine
Synthetic glycolate metabolism pathways stimulate crop growth and productivity in the field Science Magazine
Fixing photosynthetic inefficiencies. In some of our most useful crops (such as rice and wheat), photosynthesis produces toxic by-products that reduce its ...
Cleveland Browns, Super Bowl Contenders? It’s Not Crazy. It’s Science. Dawgs By Nature
Get excited, Browns fans. No team in the National Football League may be more primed for success over the next few years than yours. And I have the data to ...
The sound of a tropical forest Science Magazine
Conservation areas around the world aim to help conserve animal biodiversity, but it is often difficult to measure conservation success without detailed ...
Asteroid strikes 'increase threefold over last 300m years' The Guardian
Planet and moon have been hit by more asteroids in the past 290m years than at any time in previous billion.
Assembling human brain organoids Science Magazine
Brain development is a remarkable self-organization process in which cells proliferate, differentiate, migrate, and wire to form functional neural circuits.
Scientists discover natural fitness watch in fishes that records their activity levels - Science Daily
Scientists discover natural fitness watch in fishes that records their activity levels Science Daily
Scientists have shown for the first time that the energetic cost of living (the metabolic rate) of fish can be measured in structures that grow in their ears. This new ...
Bad science 2018: 7 science and health myths that should die with 2018 Vox.com
Immigrants aren't a disease risk. Neanderthals weren't necessarily savages. Juul isn't cool.
Learning local: Tauranga biosecurity unit turns 5-year-olds into scientists New Zealand Herald
Schools are being encouraged to develop localised teaching units now that national standards have been abolished. Simon Collins reports in the first of a ...
10 science photos that made history and changed minds Big Think
These photos of scientific heroes and accomplishments inspire awe and curiosity.
Fifth column: Myths and science The Indian Express
It did not help that China landed a spacecraft on the dark side of the moon while the Indian Science Congress was being held. But, even without this happening, ...
Coffee crisis? 60% of wild species could go extinct, some within decades Science Magazine
Hairy berries. Supersize seeds. No caffeine. Compared with the beans that supply our daily brew, the wild relatives of coffee plants can seem downright bizarre.
The bacteria in your gut may reveal your true age Science Magazine
The billions of bacteria that call your gut home may help regulate everything from your ability to digest food to how your immune system functions. But scientists ...
Dynamic response and hydrodynamics of polarized crowds Science Magazine
The behavior of large numbers of insects, animals, and other flocks is often based on rules about individual interactions. Bain and Bartolo applied a fluid-like ...
Nearby galaxy set to collide with Milky Way, say scientists The Guardian
As if battered post-Christmas finances, a looming disorderly Brexit and the prospect of a *fresh* nuclear arms race were not enough to dampen spirits, ...
Finite phenine nanotubes with periodic vacancy defects Science Magazine
Carbon nanotubes consist of a continuous array of benzene rings fused along their edges. It is not straightforward to excise regular fragments in a top-down ...
Taunton High science fair hits 33-year mark Taunton Daily Gazette
TAUNTON — The judges at this year's 33rd annual Taunton High School Science Fair had to wrap their heads around 240 student projects.The ranking and ...
Scientists find increase in asteroid impacts on ancient Earth by studying the Moon Science Daily
A team of scientists has determined the number of asteroid impacts on the Moon and Earth increased by two to three times starting around 290 million years ago.
These are the most-read Science News stories of 2018 Science News
More than 11 million people visited the Science News website this year. Check out this recap of the most-read stories of 2018, and the most popular stories ...
The MOOC pivot Science Magazine
When massive open online courses (MOOCs) first captured global attention in 2012, advocates imagined a disruptive transformation in postsecondary education ...
Site-specific reactivity of molecules with surface defects—the case of H2 dissociation on Pt - Science Magazine
Site-specific reactivity of molecules with surface defects—the case of H2 dissociation on Pt Science Magazine
Two competing models have been proposed for the adsorption of molecular hydrogen on platinum surfaces. Both invoke dissociation at surface defects but differ ...
Instagram spreads political misinformation and Australian elections are vulnerable - Science News - ABC News
Instagram spreads political misinformation and Australian elections are vulnerable - Science News ABC News
Two reports find Instagram became the platform of choice for Russia's infamous Internet Research Agency. Can Australian handle the threat of viral political ...
Canadian telescope finds mysterious radio flashes from deep space Science Magazine
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON—A new Canadian radio telescope, not yet fully operational, has already detected more than a dozen of the mysteriously brief blasts ...
Opal-Filled Fossils Reveal Timid, Dog-Size Dinosaur That Lived Down Under Live Science
When Mike Poben, an opal buyer and and fossil fanatic, bought a bucket of opal from an Australian mine, he was surprised to find to find what looked like an ...
Less than you think: Prevalence and predictors of fake news dissemination on Facebook - Science Advances
Less than you think: Prevalence and predictors of fake news dissemination on Facebook Science Advances
So-called “fake news” has renewed concerns about the prevalence and effects of misinformation in political campaigns. Given the potential for widespread ...
The Bermuda Triangle and Antarctica
The art or science of metallurgy is vital to the social structures surrounding all esoteric beliefs. They are the most tangible items of the cosmic soup that are possibly drawn to certain Earth Energy Grid locations as we shall see.
Building a Single Unit CO2 Laser Grid
When using a CO2 Laser to shoot down an incoming projectile, which enters a safety zone, it will be necessary to hold the laser on the target for about 5 seconds or more. To do this we must be able to shoot the laser in a grid, therefore if the projectile or aircraft or guided missile or even a UAV takes evasive action such as a high- speed high "G" 90 degree turn you can still register a kill on the target.
UAVs and The Future Enhancements of Tele-Robotics
Today we have already available UAVs, which will soon have the capacity of operating together in swarms, controlled from another nearby aircraft. We have UAVs, which can be flown by a pilot sitting at a desk more than 1000 miles away.
Trash Talk Your Way to a Better World
North Americans account for less than 10% of the world's population, yet we produce 50% of the world's garbage and consume more than 33% of it's resources. If everyone consumed like the average North American, we would require three Earths!Authors Dave and Lillian Brummet offer an upbeat, proactive look at waste and resource management with their inspiring new book Trash Talk.
Chimpanzees and Humans a lot in common
Those who study chimpanzees are often amazed completely with the abilities of that species. They tend to be able to raise their level of awareness and concentration to a completely higher level than we ever believed.
The Impact of Efficient Epistemologies on Algorithms
In recent years, much research has been devoted to the refinement of gigabit switches; nevertheless, few have constructed the synthesis of neural networks. The notion that cryptographers connect with large-scale theory is generally considered appropriate.
Positive Effects of Carbon Dioxide for Plant Growth
Many articles have been written about the negative effects of carbon dioxide. Sick Building Syndrome, loss of concentration due to high levels of carbon dioxide, asphyxiation in breweries or wine cellars, all these things spring to mind when we hear the magic phrase carbon dioxide.
An Immortal Horse
Egyptian scholars know there is little other than fiction that can be written about the civilization that lived on the banks of the Nile in far more recent times than the beginning of the 'Old Copper Culture'. All these things are related and the old fictions are replaceable with the story of a worldwide culture with trading posts in each and every part of the world.
Divining Your Soul Number
Your Soul Number, which defines your very essence or heart's desire, is calculated using the vowels in the name that appeared on your birth certificate. This reading describes what you or another person value or want most in life.
Remote Control Bacteria; We Can Not Allow That.
Remote Control Bacteria. Why not, we have remote control everything.
Tunneling Concepts for Advanced Warfare
I propose research be done to make unmanned tunneling machines to help in warfare. Today more than ever we see the problems with urban warfare.
Methods of Improving Boiler Efficiency
With the rising cost of fuel prices, industries that use steam boilers for heating or power generation are hard pressed to operate at peak efficiencies.While steam consumption, leakages, and other heat transmission losses can contribute to the overall energy bill, this article focuses on the heart of the steam generator - the boiler.
Heads Up Displays and Computer Human Interface
Heads Up Displays For High Tech Human Interface Need More Sensory Input to the Brain. We have been studying the HUD - Heads Up Display units for the Apache Attack Helicopter, F-18, Business Jets and thought of it's uses for soccer moms in SUVs in the fog, over the road trucks, Race Cars, Speed boats, Heavy Equipment is crucial mining endeavors.
Acoustic Transducers and Light Waves for VSTOL, a Concept
Is it possible to use many acoustic transducers underneath an aircraft in a crisscross fashion to make the air much thicker. Almost like a platform that a VSTOL aircraft using low pressure could use to push off of? Although the amount of energy to be required to do this might be substantial; it seems to be possible.
Spray on Dirt for Camouflage
Super sticky spray on dirt or mud simulation coating or wash-off-able paint is needed to protect our troops in combat. It can be used for aircraft bottoms, helicopters and humvees.
Life on Mars, Warm Water Under our Ice Caps, Evidence, Microbes under Our Feet
Well many people out there are asking is there really life on Mars? Our Thinking Group has been asking not if, what type?An article I remember reading and article in Astronomy Magazine back in 1996 that read was there life on Mars and it was an article about a meteorite that landed here on Earth and it was found in 1984 in Antarctica in the Allen Hills ice fields, like I even know where that is? It had bacteria fossils and remains of bacteria that lived about 3.6 billion years ago and the meteor appeared to have come from Mars.
Preventing Death in a Bio Threat
In the event of Bio threat how to mobilize Hospitals in case of biological emergencies should close except for broken bones and accidents. Instead those who believe they have contracted a biological terrorist induced pathogen, virus or disease should be required to stay at home.
Dream Therapy and Learning thru Human Hibernation
Want to learn a new language? Would you like to earn a PhD in Physics; perfect your backstroke tennis swing, golf finesse or fly-fishing techniques, while you sleep? While, your immune system catches your body back up on your lack of exercise, fitness and proper diet? How about if I told you, that you most likely will shed about 20-25 lbs of extra weight while all this is going on? Well, if we further develop our sleep research, human hibernation studies and mind or brain advances we will be able to do all this and more in the near future, perhaps less than 5-years.Let me tell you about a few of the latest new rapidly approaching and potentially converging technologies, which will make all this possible.
How Can DNA Testing Help an Immigration Case?
DNA testing is routinely used in immigration cases to prove whether a child under 18 is a biological child of or, in some cases, is related to an individual with a leave to remain in the UK. Most DNA tests for immigration reasons are parentage testing (paternity or maternity) but in some cases a grand parentage or avuncular (whether a child is a nephew or a niece of the sponsor) test is employed to prove an alleged relationship.
Hibernate Enemy with Gas Cloud
Scientists have discovered chemicals, which cause humans to go into a hibernation type state similar to our mammal cousins the bear. This discovery has many killer applications from first responders slowing the bio-systems of those who are seriously injured to long-term space flight or even stopping a civil unrest or riot, which has gotten out of control.
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