New technologies allow us to watch even the processes hidden from human eyes. The film "Becoming" by Ian van Ayken is an example of such work.\n
Much has been said about global warming, but a lot of people still don’t fully realize the magnitude of the problem. Meanwhile, environmental organizations are starting to sound the alarm.\n
Scientists from the University of California San Diego (UC SD) talked about the possibility of using miniature reaction engines for accurate delivery of medicine to relevant organs.
This seemingly pointless invention actually has a multitude of applications in medicine.\n
Researchers from Sweden have created new-generation prosthesis. It serves as a nearly complete replacement for a lost limb.
New artificial limbs based on AI technology will allow them to adapt to the needs of their users.
The antivaccine movement is gaining increasingly more supporters around the world, especially in the USA. The developments are taking a threatening turn.\n
Most people have heard about the dangers of carbon dioxide emissions into the air. Scientists have come up with another argument why mankind should abandon its destructive policies.
German scientists have proven that bones contain a whole system of blood vessels.
The Earth’s population is rapidly growing which is leading to a lack of food. International organizations are beginning to look for solutions.\n
A 3D-printed part of a spinal cord helped a mouse regain the use of its legs. Human body parts are next.\n
It sounds incredible but some types of plants can… hear! Their hearing however is different from that of humans.