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Five Space Mysteries Science Still Can’t Solve

It’s not a big secret that the vastness of space is filled with puzzling mysteries. Mankind has barely gone past our planet’s moon, and only...

2017 Nobel Prize Winners Fly Through Microcosm “Like Google Earth for Molecules”

NEW YORK (AP) — Three researchers won a Nobel Prize on Wednesday for developing a microscope technique that lets scientists see exquisite details of...

Scientists use gene-editing technology to knock out genes in human embryos for first time

For the first time, researchers have used genome editing technology to study gene functions and gain a better understanding of human’s early developmental stages....

Scientists Zap Plastic into Diamonds with New Laser!

Scientists have just recreated a micro-scale version of "diamond rain" found on Neptune and Uranus. These planets can be as hot as 8,540 Fahrenheit and...

The Future is Full of Floating Cities at Sea

Worried about another Great Flood? Well, thanks to the floating cities of Singapore-based start-up, Blue Frontiers, you won't have to. These cities are designed to...

Why Are There Massive Solar Flares Every 11 Years?

Every 11 years, our sun’s magnetic activity rises and falls, generating more dark sunspots at the peak of the cycle and fewer at the...

Carmakers join forces in Europe to make electrics widespread

By DAVID McHUGH and GEIR MOULSON, Associated Press FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — A group of major automakers plans to open hundreds of fast-charging stations for electric...

New AlphaGo Zero A.I. Becomes Unbeatable After 3 Days, Crushes Predecessor 100-0

Google DeepMind's AlphaGo Zero A.I. program just ascended to the next level. AlphaGo Zero is their latest upgrade and it mastered the uber-complex ancient Chinese...

Russia: Spike in Radioactivity Unrelated to Nuclear Plant

MOSCOW (AP) — Russian authorities denied Friday that a radioactivity spike in the air over Europe resulted from a nuclear fuel plant leak in...

New Prosthetic Grants Users a Third Thumb

What would you do with a third thumb? Well Dani Clode, product design student from the Royal College of Art, took this question and made...