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

World’s First Battery-Free Cellphone Created – Video

Researchers of the Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering and the University of Washington Department of Electrical Engineering have developed a mobile phone that lets you call without battery. The device extracts its power from ambient radio signals and light. The technology

Do we live in a hologram? Video reveals controversial theory

There are some who believe that our universe is a massive hologram, in which 3-D reality as we know it exists within a two-dimensional boundary, reports with reference to MailOnline. While it may seem radical, the idea has recently regained traction,

Scientists Say That Caffeine Is Powerful Pain-Reliever

Coffee is full of surprises, and one more was uncovered this week by researchers from the Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH). According to Futurism, they found that coffee’s secret weapon, caffeine, and another stimulating chemical helped sleep-deprived mice deal with pain. They

A Superbug-Killing Compound Was Just Discovered in the Depths of a Toxic Lake

From the depth of what should be — by all accounts — a pit of despair, a new hope in the fight against antibiotic-resistant superbugs is emerging, according to Futurism. The Berkeley Pit, located in southwestern Montana, is an abandoned open pit

Cryogenically Frozen Brains Will Be ‘Woken up’ and Transplanted in Donor Bodies Within Three Years, Neurosurgeon Claims

Professor Sergio Canavero, Director of the Turin Advanced Neuromodulation Group, says some remarkable breakthroughs in medicine are on the way, reports with reference to Futurism. Four years ago, the acclaimed neurosurgeon announced his plan to complete the world’s first human head

Plastic-eating caterpillar could munch waste, scientists say

Researchers at Cambridge University have discovered that the larvae of the moth, which eats wax in bee hives, can also degrade plastic, according to the BBC. Experiments show the insect can break down the chemical bonds of plastic in a similar way

New Evidence Shows We Might Have Gotten Cosmic Evolution Entirely Wrong

Galaxies started out low-mass and tiny, busy forming stars. At least, that’s what we thought until astronomers spotted an inactive galaxy dubbed ZF-COSMOS-20115, according to Futurism. Just 1.7 billion years after the universe formed, ZF-COSMOS-20115 was already a quiescent, or “red and

Scientists grew beating human heart tissue on spinach leaves

Researchers have turned to lab-growing human tissue as one way of meeting the high demand for tissue and organ transplants, reports referring to CNBS News. Their experiment may solve a serious limitation facing researchers attempting to grow human organs in laboratories:

Giant Steps For Humankind: New Spinal Cord Treatment Lets Paralyzed Man Stand

Researchers at the Mayo Clinic successfully used intense physical therapy and electrical stimulation on the spinal cord to help a patient stand, intentionally move his paralyzed legs, and make step-like motions. These were the first movements the patient had experienced in his