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The FDA has approved a new drug that helps treat multiple sclerosis

UC San Francisco Researchers May Have Developed Multiple Sclerosis Cure

Mar 31, 2017 PM EDT The newly-approved drug may finally help treat patients with MS.

The Human Brain

University of Iowa Healthcare Discovers Stimulating the Brain Can Reduce Symptoms of Schizophrenia [Video]

Mar 31, 2017 PM EDT New drugs for schizophrenia and other cognitive issues could be developed from this study conducted by University of Iowa reseaechers.

Surgeon Promising Head Transplants By 2017

First Ever Human Head Transplant Scheduled This December

Mar 31, 2017 AM EDT Dr. Sergio Canavero plans to spearhead the very first human head transplant ever made. The operation sparked controversy, but the doctor and those who support the project are not daunted by the ...

Dark Energy Is An Illusion

Dark Matter May Not Exist At All According To Research

Apr 01, 2017 AM EDT Dark matter is the main component of the Universe. Well, that is what we know so far.

Brain and Cognitive Reasearch

How AI and Human Brain Union Is Leading To The Creation Of Cyborgs

Mar 31, 2017 PM EDT Man is on the cusp of technology that is becoming so fast that it would seem inevitable that the human brain would soon be merged with an AI to form a hybrid intelligence.

Doctoral Students

Belgian Researchers Found That PhD Students Are Prone To Mental Disorders

Mar 31, 2017 AM EDT Taking up a Doctorate class is like a walk in the park. However, that park is Jurassic Park.

Harry Potter Course

Real US College Courses Tackling Beyonce, 'Harry Potter' & 'Game of Thrones'

Mar 31, 2017 PM EDT Two more international pop superstars are featured in real US college courses. Find out here.

Qatuwas 2014 Heiltsuk Nation

University Archeologists Discover 14,000 year-old Heiltsuk Settlement in British Columbia

Mar 31, 2017 PM EDT Team of archeologists from University of Victoria, uncovered settlement in British Columbia that dates way back to 14,000 years BC.

The Fate of Mars' Atmosphere

Professor At University of Colorado Boulder Explains How Mars Lost Its Water

Mar 31, 2017 PM EDT Mars was once a hot spring planet until the sun washed its atmosphere away and took all of its liquid water.

More Women Are Encouraged To Join STEM Research Teams

STEM Majors Looking To Increase Female Diversity [VIDEO]

Apr 01, 2017 AM EDT Many professors and students believe that strong female role models are an instrumental part of decreasing the gender gap in engineering.

Jupiter

Asteroid Sharing Orbital Path With Jupiter Revolves The Giant Plamrt The Wrong Way

Apr 01, 2017 PM EDT NASA alongside researchers from Hawaii and Arizona have discovered a peculiar asteroid sharing its orbital path with Jupiter but in a retrogade orbit.

#MakeWhatsNext campaign by Microsoft

Microsoft Campaign #MakeWhatsNext Inspires More Girls to Pursue STEM

Mar 31, 2017 PM EDT In support of the International Women's Day celebration in March 8, Microsoft launched their #MakeWhatsNext Campaign which aims to encourage more Girls to Pursue careers in STEM.

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