Category Science

“Diver’s Cemetery”: Deadliest Place in the World to Dive

Off the coast of Dahab, Egypt sits a cavernous hole stretching over 100 meters (328) feet into the depths of the Red Sea. Surrounded by coral and reef fish and containing a spectacular cathedral-esque arch, the natural beauty of the… Continue Reading →

Eating Disorders Stopped With Brain Surgery?

The first two patients to undergo an experimental brain surgery for binge eating disorder say that one year later, they feel more in control of what they eat and have fewer cravings. “I am fully aware of my cravings,” Robyn… Continue Reading →

Autistic 11-Year-Old Boy Has a Higher IQ Than Einstein

An 11-year-old boy has been invited to join Mensa after achieving a higher IQ score than Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking. Kevin Sweeney, who has autism, was able to memorise the periodic table at the age of six and could… Continue Reading →

Mark Zuckerberg’s New Mind Reading Technology

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg outlined the company’s approach to neural interface technology — tech which lets you control technology with your mind — in an interview on podcast The Joe Rogan Experience. Zuckerberg said Meta is researching neural interface tech… Continue Reading →

Jeff Bezos Opens New Company to end Death

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has assembled an all-star team of scientists, including Nobel laureates to start Altos Labs that will use cellular reprogramming to reverse disease, injury, and disabilities, a launch statement from the biotechnology company said.  Last year, we… Continue Reading →

New Human-like Species Discovered

New proof has emerged attesting to the complexities of human evolution. A new branch of the hominin family tree has been discovered at Callao Cave on the largest of the Philippine islands, Luzon. Remains belonging to at least three individuals… Continue Reading →

Creepy 1.5-Foot ‘Sea Bugs’ Discovered in Mexico

 group of scientists recently trapped a massive isopod in the deep sea off the coast of Mexico. These isopods became famous during observations in 2019 as a video of them eating an alligator went viral. Now, researchers are studying this… Continue Reading →

Artificial Cornea Made From Pig Skin Reverses Blindness in 14 People

Almost 13 million people around the world are blind due to cornea issues. Currently, corneal transplants use human donors, but only one in 70 people can access this type of transplant. Now, researchers are working on cornea transplant tissue that comes from a… Continue Reading →

Rain Water is No Longer Safe To Drink According to Scientists

Rainwater is no longer safe to drink anywhere on Earth by US contamination guidelines, according to a team of environmental scientists. That’s because rainwater across the planet now contains hazardous chemicals called per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). In a paper published in… Continue Reading →

Could Microchips be the Key to Fighting Cancer?

Cancer spreads via circulating tumor cells (CTCs) that travel through the blood to other organs, and they are nearly impossible to track. Now, researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have found a detection method that could revolutionize cancer treatment… Continue Reading →

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