Ukraine’s Pioneering Research Gets the Chance to Use CERN Breakthroughs

Recent computing power advances promise a breakthrough in information analysis systems like AuthorWeb. Sergiy Vakarin, Irina Sevbo-Biletska and Vitaliy Nebylitsa presented Winton’s AuthorWeb at the Silicon Valley Open Doors forum where the project became one of the winners. AuthorWeb is a system

Women In Films Speak Much Less Than Men, Study Finds

According to News Monkey, a linguistic study found that male characters in films say twice as much as the female.  And even if women say something, it is usually just filling and is not necessary for the story. A language study was conducted

Scientists Edited Human Embryos To Prevent Heart Disease

The US scientists used CRISPR to genetically edit human embryos to remove a disease gene, which is the basis for trying to create the first gene-modified people, according to the MIT Technology Review. According to the report, Shoukhrat Mitalipov and colleagues at

Green Tea Could Prevent Memory Loss and Obesity, Study Finds

A new study reveals that a molecule of Epigallocatechin—3-gallata (EGCG) contained in green tea could even protect against insulin resistance - which is one of causes of type 2 diabetes, according to Daily Express. Scientists have looked in to the effect on

Revolutionary Cancer Treatment Approved By US Drug Watchdog

A new treatment called a "living drug" modifies immune cells of the patient and ‘teaches’ them to attack cancer cells. The drug known as CAR-T cell immunotherapy was approved by FDA to be used for children and young adults with a common

Coffee Helps You Live Longer, New Study Shows

The good news comes to coffee lovers from researchers in two new studies published in the Annals of Internal Medicine. The surveys found that drinking coffee increases longevity and prevents the risk of early death across various races, according to

Personalized Cancer Vaccine Test Show Promising Results

The vaccine has been tested in two small groups of people with melanoma, a type of skin cancer. Twelve of the 19 test subjects remained cancer-free for two years after vaccine administration, the researchers published in the Nature magazine. “This is not yet

Children With Higher IQ Live Longer

If children score above average in an IQ test, they have a relatively small chance of developing age-related illnesses for their eighties, such as heart disease or prostate cancer, according to the results of a study conducted by the Scottish researchers and

Groundbreaking Discovery: Astronomers Verified Existence of Orbiting Supermassive Black Holes

For the first time, astronomers the University of New Mexico (UNM) have confirmed the discovery of orbiting supermassive black holes. The black holes are located in a galaxy 750 million light-years from Earth, and their discovery could teach us a great

How Cats Used Humans To Conquer The World

A study in the journal Nature Ecology and Evolution has revealed ancient feline skeletons and mummies from 9,000 years ago are evidence cats came from the region to the rest of the world, reports with reference to Daily Express. Initially cats