Sunday, June 23, 2024
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.
Robots powered by water and clockwork were built by medieval Indian engineers, and multiple courts with whom they interacted also possessed them. These robots are well-attested by credible travelers. One of the most fascinating,...
According to emails between USC and the NIH's Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare, the university halted a cocaine experiment because rats were shocked for too long. A series of experiments at USC involving rats,...
At the University of Waterloo, researchers have discovered extremely ancient carbon residue in the world's oldest ruby, some 2.5 billion-year-old. The study concluded that some of the world's oldest rubies are linked to ancient life.
Sam Altman recently funded biotech startup Retro BioScience with $180 million, leading experts to suggest that the first anti-aging pills may hit shelves in 2028. Silicon Valley is racing to conquer death, and Altman is among the tech leaders who are investing in this area.
According to Earth.com, glaciologist Evgeny Podolskiy and his team of researchers have discovered the reason why Mount Everest makes seriously terrifying sounds at night. The sounds are caused by significant dips in temperature after dusk, which cause...
According to Crop Trust, the Global Doomsday Seed Vault in Norway is getting a new batch of 20,000 seed samples.
Missouri House Bill 1169 has prompted the US to announce a task force to conduct a fact and science-based assessment of the issue of mRNA vaccines for cattle.
Antony John, a 67-year-old man from Kollam district in Kerala, has built an electric vehicle that costs Rs 5 to travel 60 kms. Electric vehicles are the future of mobility, and we have mentioned...
Quantum computing, it is believed, will enable researchers to solve more complicated questions in a fraction of the time. So it is indeed exciting that the future of quantum computers has been unlocked by an ancient stone.