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Bangladesh's Shrimp

Seattle University Researchers Named A Shrimp With Killer Sound After Pink Floyd [VIDEO]

Apr 16, 2017 AM EDT A new species of pistol shrimp was found recently off the Pacific coast of Panama. It's discovewrer took the opportunity to named his find as Synalpheus pinkfloydi, in honor of his favoite rock and ...

The Human Brain

Scientists Still Clueless How Smart Drugs And Nootropics Work [Video]

Apr 15, 2017 PM EDT Smart drugs and nootropics are proven to work and have positive benefits to those who take them. However, the science behind them still has a long way to go to find the proper combination and dosage ...

Machine Learning and its biases

Artificial Intelligence System Learns Racism and Bigotry [Video]

Apr 16, 2017 AM EDT A new study found that artificial intelligence system aren't that "objective" and "unbiased" as it can absorb mankind's bigotry and racism.

University of Minnesota Engineers Invented a Patch That Could Treat Broken Heart

University Discovery Makes A Broken Heart Fix A Possibility With 3D-bioprinted Patch [Video]

Apr 15, 2017 PM EDT A 3D-bioprinted patch is the new technique that can heal a broken heart. Find out the science behind the revolutionary technique.

Kindergarteners are Better Readers Now than 10 years Ago, Says Ohio State University

Ohio State University Reveals Kindergartners Now Are Better Readers Than 10 Years Ago [Video]

Apr 15, 2017 PM EDT Kindergarten becomes the new first grade as younger students have become better readers than kindergartners from 12 years ago.

Mobile Deivices

Patients With Spinal Problems Worsen Due To Too Much Texting [Video]

Apr 16, 2017 AM EDT Surgeons see an increase in patients with spinal problems, noting that excessive smartphone use triggers neck and upper back pains.

AI systems

Princeton University Researchers See Evidence Of Human Bias In AI Systems [Video]

Apr 15, 2017 PM EDT Machine learning systems can adopt its creators' prejudices.

Benefit of curiosity of children

Ohio State University Study Finds The Benefit Of Children's Curiosity [Video]

Apr 15, 2017 PM EDT Children have the ability to focus on a lot of information at once.

Horseshoe Crabs Mate in Massive Beach 'Orgy'

Precious Horseshoe Crab Blood Is Being Bled To Extinction ,Heres How [Video]

Apr 15, 2017 PM EDT The distinctive blue blood of the horseshoe crab is being harvested for amoebacytes that reportedly costs $14,000 per quart. There are obvious medical benefits to this blood, however, conservationists ...

Harvard Study Reveals Marathon Roadblocks Kill Cardiac Arrests Victims in One Month

Harvard Study: Roadblocks in Marathons Lead to Higher Mortality Rate

Apr 16, 2017 AM EDT Roadblocks on marathons and other big events kill cardiac arrests patients in one month, according to the study.

Social media icons

Oregon State University Study: Social Media Creates Stigma and Stereotypes [Video]

Apr 16, 2017 AM EDT A study conducted by Oregon State University explains how social media reinforces stigma and stereotypes especially for those who are suffering from mental illness, particularly Alzheimer's disease.

Desert

Drink From Air (Even In Desert) With This Solar Powered Water Harvester [Video]

Apr 14, 2017 PM EDT Drenching water from the hot, humid desert sky is now possible.

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