This technology found useful in diagnosing and monitoring patients with COVID-19. Recently, there has been life-changing and revolutionary research that indicates that the University of Minnesota’s computer and mechanical engineers have come up with an oh-so-Hollywood 3D (three dimensional) printing technique. This technique makes use of an innovative technology called “Motion Capture Technology.” This type …

Soap bubbles accommodated a secure method of artificial pollination of apear orchard by transferring pollen grains to designated flowers. Thisillustrated that such an unusual approach could efficaciously pollinatetargeted flowers to bear fruits. This research, conducted at the JapanAdvanced Institute of Science and Technology in Nomi, Japan, issued on17 June on journal iScience, suggested that soap …

The team trains wild hummingbirds to discriminate UV color combinations. Finding food, dazzling mates, escaping predators, and navigating diverseterrain, birds rely on their excellent colour vision. Mary Caswell Stoddard, an assistant professor at Princeton University, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, deduced that humans are color blind in comparison with birds and several other animals. …

Many years of playing the instrument has positive effects on the brain. The cerebral functioning and brain structure of people who often play drums vary from those who do not play musical instruments. A research conducted by esteemed analysts from Bochum reviewed the components of the brain and deduced that they had few sturdy filaments …

Coincidence or pure science? What information can Product Teams gain from it, and how it may help them? An in-depth dive into a bee’s mind and the fascinating laws of nature. Bees are one of the most intelligent creations of Mother Nature. Over the centuries, honeybees have strived to answer one, simple question:What shape should …

Bed bugs are as ancient as dinosaurs. They have been walking the earth for over 100 million years. A global team of scientists compared the DNA of different species of bed bugs to understand their relationship with human beings and the evolutionary relationship within the group. The study suggests that bats were not the first …

A new study revealed the oldest Scandinavian human DNA. How? Through studying ancient chewing gums! Scandinavia has few human bones that are almost 10,000 years old. Unfortunately, not all of these bones have sufficient DNA for archaeogenetic studies. The DNA from the newly examined gums, which are chewed birch bark pitch lumps, is the oldest …

New Research Shows How Humans Can Learn New Foreign Words While they Nap. Scientists have known for a while that any new information we learn while we are awake is consolidated in our brains during sleep, but a recent study by the Swiss University of Bern now claims that learning can also occur during periods …

It is not surprising that there are masses of people across the globe that are afraid of dogs and being bitten by them. If statistics are to be believed, it is suggested that over 5 million people in the United States itself are bitten by dogs in a year, children being at a higher risk …

Accusations that social media harms teenage mental-health are widespread, but a new long-term study claims that this may not be true. Reports of the adverse impact of social media on young people sound alarming enough to make anyone switch off their smartphones. Some studies have even claimed that the younger generation of social media users …

The Human, Leonardo da Vinci The art prodigy, Leonardo da Vinci doesn’t require a separate introduction. With such masterpieces that he has created, it is needless to say that he was nothing short of a genius. He is one of the world’s most famous artists. The only striking downside to the process is the fact …

Diabetes is one of the fastest growing diseases around the world. If the statistics from the World Health Organisation are to be considered, it is believed that the rate of diabetes has increased from 108 million in 1980 to over 422 million in 2014. The number is on a constant rise and our lifestyle is …

Finding good and viable nutrition is becoming harder and harder with each passing day. With the kind of fast-paced life that we lead, it is not surprising at all that we have put a strain not just on our physical health but mental health as well. With so many diets available, a new study has …

Alzheimer’s is often one of the most common age-related issues that people suffer from. The rate of increase in this disease is further propelling the research in this field. Given the fact that there is still to this date no possible cure for this condition, it is not surprising that the researchers are coming up …

Amazing Breakthroughs! A novel drug for Alzheimer’s just passed the first clinical testing on humans. Alzheimer’s disease is on a rampant rise, making it one of the most common old-age diseases that affect people at a later stage in their lives. While research has been ongoing for quite a long time now, finding a new …

Farmer Rich Collins, 54, grows about 275 acres of chicory roots for the production of “Belgian” endive along with his family on their California Endive Farms in Rio Vista, California. Collins has been farming for 30 years and is the only commercial-scale endive famer in America. How did you get into farming? How long have …

Science helps us understand the brilliant world that we live in. Without the commitment and investment our society has put into the field of science, we would not have the many technologies that we take for granted today. For example, fiber optics has made it possible for phone companies to transfer information quickly and inexpensively, …

“The perfect love affair is one which is conducted entirely by post.” – George Bernard Shaw One of the drawbacks to living in Hebden Bridge is its remoteness. As you can imagine, big business doesn’t usually set up here due to its location. My small business can hardly expect to survive without a little help …

From the Farmer’s Tractor April 30, 2015 by guest columnist Erin Brenneman From the outside looking in on a modern farm, it is easy to recognize why people may start to believe that technology is turning farms into factories. Technology today is used in so many instances to improve the speed, accuracy and efficiency of …

14 December 2009: We hear about this one regularly, usually referencing some kind of trend, a comparison to an average over some period of time, or a reference to the current year being the xth lowest. The difficulty with on-going predictions of an “ice-free Arctic” is that, in fact, the extent of Arctic sea ice …

Science Labs Advances in medicine and technology have kept the United States among the top countries of innovation in the entire world. American researchers have found cures and effective treatments for thousands of diseases, while scientists have developed technologies such as the smart phones and personal digital music players commonly found in the pockets of …

Due to the sky-rocketing advancement of the equipment used, the 20th century has represented a gigantic step in outer space observation. If during previous centuries outer space knowledge was very limited and based mainly on suppositions, our comprehension and line of sight is rapidly expanding. Whoever is fascinated by physics is undoubtedly intrigued by everything …

Introduction John Wilmot wrote in asking an intriguing movie-related question. He writes “In the movie StarGate, James Spader is able to speak ancient Egyptian and be understood by a supposed ‘native speaker’. From what I understand, no one could even interpret hieroglyphics before the French found the Rosetta Stone. How is it now possible to …

If you thought the title to this section had Hollywood disaster movie connotations, you would definitely be right! Many paleontologists believe that a shocking 99% of all species of life that have ever existed are actually extinct today. At this point, it is important to acknowledge the fact that we are talking about entire ‘species’ …

Kevin Liu September 20, 2011 Click to go straight to the “agar through xanthan” list of scientific cooking ingredients Sodium Alginate. Sorbitol. Potassium Bitartrate. These are all scary, dangerous chemicals. Some would say you shouldn’t eat anything you can’t pronounce, because if you don’t know what it is, it’s probably bad for you. I say …

When a student is planning on investing thousands of dollars and several years of his or her life in earning a degree from a college or university, he or she wants to be sure that their education will be of the highest quality and the best value. Researching schools can be frustrating and tedious, as …

From the Sun at the very heart, to the very farthest fringes of our Solar System, these planet and space guides aim to cover all of the most important facts you would ever need to know. All of the main planets are included in these guides, including poor Pluto who has only recently been unceremoniously …

Health and Wellness February 12, 2015 Eating an apple a day may very well keep the doctor away, according to a recent study from the University of Navarra and CIBER-OBN, Spain and published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. The study looked at the association of fiber intake and whole-grain, fruit and vegetable consumption …

There are various completely different telescopes that had been created for various completely different observations within the study. Some of these telescopes are even used together with computers to seize and save new information that has been found. Ever because the very beginning of time men have shown an interest in the stars and the …

June 23, 2013 FEED Resource Recovery Inc. was founded in Boston, Massachusetts in 2007 with the goal of developing more efficient solutions for supermarket food waste. FEED partners directly with supermarkets to help them remove traditional waste hauling practices, reduce emissions and generate clean, sustainable power for onsite operations. We talked to CEO Ryan Begin …