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Global warming is not slowing down

Harvard Scientists Plan World's Largest Geoengineering Study

Apr 03, 2017 AM EDT Harvard Professors David Keith and Frank Keutsch argues that solar geoengineering could be a radically effective way to halt climate change.

Melt Ponds

University of Southern Denmark Claims That The Melting Sea Ice Is Actually Good For Animals

Apr 03, 2017 AM EDT A new study suggests that Arctic animals are actually benefitting from global warming.

LeBron James

LeBron James Says More Scientists And People Needed in STEM, not Athletes

Apr 04, 2017 PM EDT In a new Verizon ad, the popular basketball player LeBron James encourages youth to pursue career in STEM, instead of sports.

 A Happy Family

Happiness and Vitamin C: The Antidote to Cold Symptoms [Video]

Apr 03, 2017 AM EDT Cold symptoms can keep a person in bed for a few days. Researchers from Rice University in US and University of Helsinki in Finland offers a cure: happiness and Vitamin C.

Honey Badgers Can Bury A Cow

University of Utah Biologists Astonished By How A Badger Can Bury A Cow [VIDEO]

Apr 03, 2017 PM EDT This is the first time a badger has been seen burying a cow that is several times bigger its own size. After burying the calf, the badger built a den next to it.

SkinMarks: E-Tattoos enables interactions on body landmarks

University Research Inks E-Tattoos Contro Devices With a Simple Touch

Apr 02, 2017 AM EDT SkinMarks comprise skin electronics on temporary rub-on tattoos that allow users to control their smartphones or any other devices by a mere touch of the skin.

 Microscopic Diamonds are Forever

Stanford University Unveils Diamondoids And Nanowires: The Ultimate Atomic Bling

Apr 02, 2017 AM EDT The thinnest wire only three atoms wide that assembles itself using the smallest and purest for of diamonds called diamondoids have been developed by Stanford University and the Department of Energy's ...

Women in STEM

Mandatory Math Lessons Fail To Inspire More Girls to Pursue STEM Careers

Apr 03, 2017 AM EDT A study has found that the strategy ...

Soft Robots That Move Through Magnetic Field

North Carolina State University Scientists Develop New Method To Make Soft Robots Move

Apr 01, 2017 PM EDT Magnetic field can make soft robots move remotely according to a team of scientists from the North Carolina State University

Stopping Parkinson's Disease

University of Nebraska Research Offers Hope To Parkinson's Patients

Apr 01, 2017 PM EDT Parkinson's disease might soon be defeated with a drug used for cancer patients

 Pranayama is a core component of yoga.

Stanford Study Reveals Slow And Deep Breathing Tells The Body To Relax

Apr 01, 2017 AM EDT A Stanford University study shows that slow breathing induces the body to go into a state of tranquility.

Landing & Flying on Grass

Ghent University Study Turns Grass Into Airplane Fuel Called 'Grassoline'

Apr 01, 2017 PM EDT The aviation industry will soon run on grass.

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