A doctor has, for the first time, successfully transplanted a 3D printed ear made from a patient’s own cells using 3DBio Therapeutics.
Former Google engineer Ray Kurzweil, who spoke on the YouTube channel Adagio, said that humans will achieve immortality in 8 years.
According to the official Xinhua News Agency, China is drilling a 32,808-feet-deep hole into the Earth's crust, which is set to be China's deepest borehole ever. Chinese scientists have begun drilling a 10,000-meter (32,808...
The oceans of the world may be gradually shrinking, leaking slowly away into the Earth’s mantle…. Although the oceans are constantly being slowly augmented by water carried up from Earth’s interior by volcanic activity … some process such as sea-floor spreading seems to be letting the water seep away more rapidly than it is replaced.
Researchers from Melbourne-based start-up Cortical Labs have grown human brain cells that learnt to play pong in just 5 minutes 
A research team in Germany has achieved great success conducting experiments to create false memories in people's minds and then erase them. However, at the same time the researchers said that it may have some serious implications for the judicial system.
Synbio innovation is moving at a breakneck rate and how we traverse this domain will have a significant impact on our future. Here is how synthetic biology is going to change life as we know it.
John Arnold, a billionaire from Houston, is making a big bet on modernizing the outdated transmission infrastructure in the United States to transport electricity to areas where it is needed, including the distribution of wind and solar energy to towns and cities nationwide for the clean-energy transition.
New findings on the brain of the mosquito might help researchers get closer to combating mosquito-borne illnesses like malaria and yellow fever, which still harm millions of people. The study reveals mosquitoes' scent based host seeking mechanism.
At a time when scientists are trying to find water on other planets and their moons, NASA has made a big revelation. According to a tweet by NASA Sun and Space, one or more of Uranus' moons might have oceans hidden beneath their icy surfaces. "One or more of Uranus’ moons might have oceans hidden beneath their icy surfaces, according to new findings," the tweet read.