Interviews

BioQuark’s Ira Pastor: Meet the Man Whose Biotech Company Is Trying to Bring People Back From the Dead

By Waylae Gregoire - 17 hours ago

Meet Ira Pastor, the CEO of BioQuark, director of the ReAnima project, and a man who may soon bring the … Continue reading

Lifestyle

People Who Have Intense Nightmares Have a Surprising Advantage, Sleep Expert Says

By Editorial Staff - May 2, 2016

Sleep researcher says people who have frequent nightmares may be more creative. Dreams have always been a mystery to scientists … Continue reading

Lifestyle

Here’s the 700-Calorie Breakfast That Google’s Lead Futurist Claims Will Help Him Live Forever

By Editorial Staff - Apr 20, 2016

Ray Kurzweil is considered to be one of the brightest thinkers and innovators of our century. Kurzweil, 68, has received … Continue reading

Lifestyle

Science Confirms Listening to Live Music is an Amazing Stress Reducer

By Ryan General - Apr 14, 2016

If you have been feeling a bit stressed out, science recommends that you try going out to a concert to … Continue reading

Technology

This $500 Fitness Tracking Mirror Uses Incredible Technology to Help You Lose Weight

By Laura Dang - Apr 14, 2016

Ordinary mirrors are only able to see outer beauty, but now there is one that claims to see within. The … Continue reading

Lifestyle

Why You May Never Want to Use This Hand Dryer Again, According to New Study

By Editorial Staff - Apr 13, 2016

You see them in almost every public restroom, an environmentally-conscious symbol that tells you there are no paper towels and … Continue reading

News

Genius Teen Wins $150,000 For Inventing Device That Cleans Polluted Water at Intel Science Talent Search

By Editorial Staff - Apr 7, 2016

A 17-year-old female student from Maine has developed an ingenious way to filter pollutants from contaminated bodies of water and … Continue reading

Technology

The Female ‘Robin Hood of Science’ Released 50 Million Copyrighted Science Journals Online — For Free

By Editorial Staff - Apr 4, 2016

A researcher from Kazakhstan has been called the “Robin Hood of science” for making research journals available to everyone free … Continue reading

Misc

Man Cuts Off a Part of His Own Leg to See What Human Meat Tastes Like

By Editorial Staff - Mar 22, 2016

If you’ve ever wondered what human flesh tastes like, think beef and ale stew. That’s according to a video excerpt … Continue reading

Technology

Thirteen-Year-Old Wins Space Agency Competition With Satellite That May Produce Oxygen on Mars

By Max Chang - Jan 22, 2016

A 13-year-old’s model satellite has the potential to create oxygen while in the orbit of a lifeless planet like Mars. … Continue reading