Scientists


$25 Million Breakthrough Prizes Awarded to Top Scientists and Mathematicians

$25 Million Breakthrough Prizes Awarded to Top Scientists and Mathematicians

Breakthrough prizes worth upto a whopping $25 million have been distributed in science and math. They are proof that tons of ta...

3 days ago, 6:46am CST

Scientists Plan to Create First Aquatic Species Map for West US

Scientists Plan to Create First Aquatic Species Map for US West

The map will help researchers see how biodiversity and ecosystems change over time and how to protect native species...

Nov 28 2016, 5:12am CST

Scientists Create Color-Changing Graphene Bubbles for Rollable TVs

Scientists Create Color-Changing Graphene Bubbles for Rollable TVs

It so happens to be the case that TV screens of the future could be rolled up like a sheet of paper because Dutch scientists cr...

Nov 26 2016, 9:21am CST

Scientists are Ready to Challenge Einstein's Physics

Scientists are Ready to Challenge Einstein's Physics

Recently physicists have dared to go beyond Einstein. The novel theories they are testing might just change our worldview of th...

Nov 26 2016, 7:45am CST

Scientists Explain Why We Feel Sleepy after a Meal

Scientists Explain Why We Feel Sleepy after a Meal

Higher protein and salt content in diet as well as the amount of food consumed may be to blame post-meal sleep or food coma...

Nov 26 2016, 3:32am CST

Google Glass is Helping Scientists to Study Brain Disease

Google Glass is Helping Scientists to Study Brain Disease

Using Google Glass, Siberian scientists are developing a prototype of a model to study an individual's proneness to certain br...

Nov 25 2016, 12:11am CST

NASA Scientists Developing Bars for Tasty Deep Space Breakfast

NASA Scientists Developing Bars for Tasty Deep Space Breakfast

When astronauts in the Orion spacecraft travel beyond the moon to explore deep space destinations, they may have a number of f...

Nov 24 2016, 12:35am CST

Scientists Work on Replacing Batteries with Supercapacitors

Scientists Work on Replacing Batteries with Supercapacitors

The long hours that your smartphone takes to charge may soon become a thing of the past, as scientists have developed a new pro...

Nov 22 2016, 4:48am CST

Australian Scientists Closer to Creating HIV Vaccine

Australian Scientists Closer to Creating HIV Vaccine

Australian scientists have taken a step in the "right direction" to creating a vaccine for the deadly HIV virus.Researchers fr...

Nov 21 2016, 12:42am CST

Scientists Hacked Photosynthesis to Boost Crop Yields

Scientists Hacked Photosynthesis to Boost Crop Yields

The crop harvest is to be improved via a tweaked process of photosynthesis. At least, that is what the scientists have done....

Nov 18 2016, 5:52am CST

Scientists Discover Roundest Object Ever Seen in the Universe

Scientists Discover Roundest Object Ever Seen in the Universe

The star Kepler 11145123 is the roundest natural object ever measured in the universe. It is even more round than the Sun...

Nov 16 2016, 9:56pm CST

Scientists may have Solved the Mystery of 1952 London's Kille

Scientists may have Solved the Mystery of 1952 London's Killer Fog

New study pinpoints the chemical processes invovled the in the famous London fog. Similar air chemistry can also be seen in Chi...

Nov 16 2016, 4:44am CST

Scientists fear Brain Drain Under President Trump

Scientists fear Brain Drain Under President Trump

Adding to the anxiety that the US Presidential election results have caused, a large number of scientists in the country, acco...

Nov 12 2016, 9:07am CST

Scientists to Map Out the Plumbing System of Yellowstone’s Mysterious Geyser Old Faithful

Scientists to Map Out the Plumbing System of Yellowstone’s Mysterious Geyser Old Faithful

Old Faithful has baffled scientists for decades. New study could solve the mystery of this famous hydrothermal feature in Yello...

Nov 8 2016, 5:33am CST

Why Some Songs Get Stuck in Your Head? Scientists have an Answer

Why Do Some Songs Get Stuck in Your Head? Scientists have an Answer

There is a reason why "Bad Romance" by Lady Gaga repeats in your brains....

Nov 5 2016, 1:55am CDT

Scientists Claim to Solve the Mystery of Saturn’s Rings Origin

Scientists Claim to Solve the Mystery of Saturn’s Rings Origin

New study claims that the rings of Saturn were formed by the pieces of Pluto-sized small planets around 4 billion years ago...

Nov 3 2016, 10:09am CDT

Scientists Find a New Way to Make Oral Medicines Work More Effectively

Scientists Find a New Way to Make Oral Medicines Work More Effectively

New methodology can make drug structures more soluable in the body. So they can fully absorb and work better...

Nov 2 2016, 4:50am CDT

Scientists Turn Carbon Dioxide into Fuel with Nano Technology

Scientists Turn Carbon Dioxide into Fuel with Nano Technology

In a new twist to waste-to-fuel technology, scientists at the US Department of Energys Oak Ridge National Laboratory have acci...

Oct 31 2016, 5:37am CDT

Scientists Find New Way to Wake Up Patients After Surgery

Scientists Find New Way to Wake Up Patients After Surgery

The use of the drug Ritalin can awaken patients rapidly after the administration of general anesthesia....

Oct 26 2016, 10:22am CDT

Scientists Develop New Strategy to Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

Scientists Develop New Strategy to Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

Taking a pill that prevents the accumulation of toxic molecules in the brain might someday help prevent or delay Alzheimer'...

Oct 23 2016, 7:16am CDT

Oldest Known Planet-Forming Disk Discovered by Scientists

Oldest Known Planet-Forming Disk Discovered by Scientists

NASA and citizen scientists discover the oldest planet-forming disk around a star. The new place could be a hunting ground for...

Oct 22 2016, 11:33am CDT

Scientists find oldest-known Planetary Disk at Star AWI0005x3s

Scientists find oldest-known Planetary Disk at Star AWI0005x3s

Astronomers believe they have found the oldest known planet-forming disk -- a 45-million-year-old ring of gas and dust that or...

Oct 22 2016, 5:02am CDT

Scientists Make Most Detailed Map of the Milky Way

Scientists Make Most Detailed Map of the Milky Way

The improved map reveals small details including position of hydrogen gas between stars for the first time...

Oct 21 2016, 6:02am CDT

Smartphone Batteries Emitting over 100 Toxic Gases: Scientists

Smartphone Batteries Emitting over 100 Toxic Gases: Scientists

Not just catching up fire or exploding as you sleep next to them, dozens of dangerous gases are being produced by the batterie...

Oct 21 2016, 12:40am CDT

Scientists Accidentally Converts Carbon Dioxide Directly Into Ethanol

Scientists Accidentally Converts Carbon Dioxide Directly Into Ethanol

A simple one step process involving nano spike catalysts can turn carbon dioxide directly into ethanol...

Oct 19 2016, 12:09pm CDT

Scientists Grow Eggs From Stem Cells for Infertile Women to Have Children

Eggs From Skin Cells Allow Infertile Women to Have Children

Researchers have manufactured eggs that will allow infertile females to give birth to children....

Oct 18 2016, 4:01am CDT

Scientists Explain Why Refrigerated Tomatoes Lack Taste

Scientists Explain Why Refrigerated Tomatoes Lack Taste

Research says cold storage stops tomatoes from making enzymes that are responsible for their auroma and taste...

Oct 18 2016, 12:00am CDT

Scientists Launch 'Human Cell Atlas' Project to Map Every Cell in Human Body

Scientists Launch 'Human Cell Atlas' Project to Map Every Cell in Human Body

The global initiative will help understand how cells differ across each organ and how many cell types there are in the body...

Oct 16 2016, 12:13pm CDT

Scientists Discover an Extremely Unusual Wingless Wasp Inside the Amber

Scientists Discover an Extremely Unusual Wingless Wasp Inside the Amber

The unique insect has legs of grasshopper and abdomen like coackroach...

Oct 14 2016, 10:45pm CDT

Scientists Mine Social Media Data for Health Research

Scientists Mine Social Media Data for Health Research

Combining the tools of Big Data analysis and visualization with the vast amounts of data generated by social media, a group of...

Oct 14 2016, 11:27am CDT

Scientists Unravel Mystery of Bacteria's Antibiotic Resistance

Scientists Unravel Mystery of Bacteria's Antibiotic Resistance

Enzyme Rifampicin monooxygenase inhibits the action of antibiotic Rifampicin which cures TB, leprosy and Legionnaire's dis...

Oct 10 2016, 11:04am CDT

Scientists Create More Accurate Diabetes Test

Scientists Create More Accurate Diabetes Test

Finally, a diabetes test is here that is definitely worth it....

Oct 6 2016, 12:38pm CDT

Scientists Create Wetsuits Inspired by Beavers

Scientists Create Wetsuits Inspired by Beavers

Beaver-inspried wetsuits could keep divers warm underwater...

Oct 6 2016, 8:47am CDT

Scientists Discover New Path in Brain to Overcome Depression

Scientists Discover New Path in Brain to Overcome Depression

Scientists have discovered a novel pathway in the brain that will hopefully help allay depression....

Oct 5 2016, 10:55am CDT

Scientists Identify New Genes Associated with Bigger Brains

Scientists Identify New Genes Associated with Bigger Brains

The discovery can help scientists better understand the developemnt of human brain and mental disorders including dementia...

Oct 5 2016, 9:02am CDT

MIT Scientists Create 3D Printed Robots with ‘Shock-Absorbing’ Skins

MIT Scientists Create 3D Printed Robots with ‘Shock-Absorbing’ Protective Skins

New method will not only ensure the safety and durability of soft robots but also make their movements more precise...

Oct 4 2016, 9:58am CDT

Scientists Explain Underlying Cause of Alzheimer’s Drug Trial Failures

Scientists Explain Underlying Cause of Alzheimer’s Drug Trial Failures

Researchers from University of Kentucky reveal why Alzheimer's drung keep failing despite years of effort and investment...

Oct 3 2016, 11:49am CDT

Stanford Scientists Develop Fluctuating Brain Network to Help Us Handle Complex Tasks

Stanford Scientists Develop Fluctuating Brain Network to Help Us Handle Complex Tasks

It so happens to be the case that the human brain manages its handling of complex tasks in a pretty smooth manner....

Oct 3 2016, 5:40am CDT

Ancient Roman Coins Found in Ruined Japanese Castle Puzzle Scientists

Ancient Roman Coins Found in Ruined Japanese Castle Puzzle Scientists

Researchers have recently discovered ancient Roman coins in the ruins of Katsuren castle in Japan...

Sep 29 2016, 12:50pm CDT

Scientists Figured Out the Right Way to Quit a Job

Scientists Figured Out the Right Way to Quit a Job

New research found that there are generally seven ways in which people resign from their job and some are better than others...

Sep 24 2016, 12:27pm CDT