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Global Innovation Index 2023 reveals the top 50 Science and Technology Hubs. The United States leads global research and development spending, followed by China, Japan, Germany, and South Korea.
China's Chang'e-6 successfully landed on the moon's far side to collect samples, marking China's fourth lunar landing and the second on the moon's far side, according to state media reports.
According to The Washington Post, thousands of realistic but fake AI-generated child sex images have been found online. Child safety experts are growing increasingly powerless to stop thousands of...
Researchers in Switzerland have revealed in a study published in the journal Nature that a paralyzed man named Gert-Jan Oskam can walk naturally again with brain and spine implants. “For 12 years I’ve been...
Bryan Johnson spends $2 million a year to look 18 and is swapping blood with his father and son, just like the blood boy. As fun family activities go, this one is pretty out...
Nikola Tesla's writings, predicting the internet and even cellphones decades before they were actually invented, were published in "The Century Magazine" in an essay titled "The Problem of Increasing Human Energy." These writings have been recovered and...
Alexander Huth, a neuroscientist at the University of Texas at Austin and co-author of a new study, has revealed that brain scans and artificial intelligence (AI) can be used to "decode" thoughts. Scientists said...
Max Hodak, the CEO of Science Corp, has unveiled a bionic eye known as the Science Eye that could restore vision (and put humans in the Matrix). A few feet inside the unassuming front...
The most unfortunate section of the modern society has been given a very pertinent name: Patient. For centuries this section has been very patiently bearing a level of abominable torture that would have broken the backs of any other slave class in history.
According to Live Science, the science behind heartbreak is that stress hormones such as cortisol, adrenaline, and noradrenaline can cause negative emotions.