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What's one solution to the growing problem of plastic water bottle waste? A trio of Spanish design students think they have the answer, and it involves creating a "water bottle" that you can eat, reports Co.Exist.
A future computer might be a lot slimier than the solid silicon devices we have today. Researchers have revealed details of logic units built using living slime molds, which might act as the building blocks for computing devices and sensors.
In the same month as the Three Mile Island and Fukushima nuclear disasters, China announces it is speeding up its research into so-called molten salt reactors that can run on thorium. If it succeeds, it would create a cheaper, more efficient, and safer form of nuclear power that produces less nuclear waste than today's uranium-based technology.
Scientists are reporting significant progress toward creating "homo minutus" -- a benchtop human. Researchers have successfully developed and analyzed a liver human organ construct that responds to exposure to a toxic chemical much like a real liver.
An extremely tiny lensless camera, developed by Rambus, has been slowly making waves over the past year. Researchers for the company, David Stork and Patrick Gill won a Best Paper award at last year's Sencomm 2013 for describing what the company has created.
Researchers want to find out whether MDMA has the same benefits for autistic adults in a therapeutic setting as it apparently does in recreational use.
Teaching maths using abstract gestures is a good way to help children learn, research suggests.
Washington (AFP) - Turning the clocks forward an hour in the spring for daylight saving time is followed by a spike in heart attacks on the Monday afterward, said a US study on Saturday.
Archaeologists and forensic scientists who have examined 25 skeletons unearthed in the Clerkenwell area of London a year ago believe they have uncovered the truth about the nature of the Black Death that ravaged Britain and Europe in the mid-14th century.
Related: Research suggests the Black Death was caused by pneumonic - not bubonic - plague
See two new articles on GrahamHancock.com:
MEGALITHIC ORIGINS: Ancient connections between Göbekli Tepe and Peru by Hugh Newman
The Catalysts for Change: Why consciousness expanding plants are feared and deemed illegal? by Sergey Baranov
He was Rome's first emperor, the founder of a world-dominating imperial dynasty, and a builder of roads and stunning temples who brought peace to a far-flung empire; a man so powerful the Roman senate named a month after him. Now, on the 2,000th anniversary of the death of the emperor Augustus, the city of Rome is getting ready to honour its favourite son by saving his mausoleum from shocking neglect.
The last of a once-larger group of Native American burial mounds, protected by Wisconsin law since 1990, could be destroyed for the valuable rock beneath them if a court allows a Madison stone manufacturer to have them removed from state protection.
From the Video Description:
Save Stonehenge Sunrise Horizon - ACT NOW! email them directly: DIO-ArmyBasing@mod.uk. Deadline is April 1st 2014. Video from http://www.megalithomania.co.uk - Please sign this too: http://www.petitions24.com/save_solstice_sunrise - On the Spring Equinox 2014 at Stonehenge Hugh Newman caught up with Arthur Pendragon and archaeo-astronomer Simon Banton, to talk about the proposed housing near Larkhill military base, that is directly on the viewing line of the Summer Solstice sunrise from Stonehenge. This planning oversight needs to be stopped so please make your opinions count and get your emails sent, and petition signed ASAP, wherever you are in the world: https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/salisbury-plain-training-area-master-plan-army-basing-programme
A new tomb is taking shape in Egypt's Valley of the Kings — and this one will look exactly like the famous 3,400-year-old tomb of King Tutankhamun.
“Like Greeks and Romans across the Mediterranean, the portion of the population that was literate was fascinated by the shapes of letters and delighted in making designs with letters in names. Hence, we have the odd shape of the tattoo composed of the letters.”.
The mysterious dark energy that's driving the universe's accelerated expansion may have its roots in the background "vacuum energy" that pervades all of the cosmos, a new study suggests.
An international team directed by researchers from the Austrian Academy of Sciences, with participation from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, has managed to create an entanglement of 103 dimensions with only two photons. The record had been established at 11 dimensions.
How do you grow a supermassive black hole that is a million to a billion times the mass of our sun? Astronomers do not know the answer, but a new study using data from NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE, has turned up what might be the cosmic seeds from which a black hole will sprout. The results are helping scientists piece together the evolution of supermassive black holes—powerful objects that dominate the hearts of all galaxies.
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