A new possibility in combating cancer was introduced with a series of papers published in the journal Nature. The study showed how the immune system can fight cancer and how a vaccine can help the body to do so.
After a massive hacking attempt on the computer networks that run Sony Pictures, staffers have had to resort to doing things the old-fashioned way: with paper and pencil.
Shields up: a remarkable, science-fiction-like shield that blocks electrons from damaging Earth has been discovered by a team of scientists spearheaded by the University of Colorado Boulder.
500 sea lions were found dead on the northern coast of Peru recently, prompting officials to launch a full-scale investigation into the massive mysterious die-off on Sunday.
There will be three different speeds – at three distinct price points – for residential customers in Austin, Texas interested in Google Fiber when the service launches in the city soon.
Researchers at Stanford University have invented a material that can draw heat from buildings and send it into the depths of outer space. The material can help to cool buildings on hot days and can be manufactured into ultra-thin layers.
A new study shows that our brain has a weak spot for Alzheimer’s disease and schizophrenia. This brain spot could either develop late in adolescence or degenerates early during aging. The thing scientists said they cannot predict when it might happen or what triggers it.
At least 63 people in 10 states in the U.S. have reportedly been sickened with Salmonella due to the bean sprouts produced by Wonton Foods Inc. of Brooklyn, New York, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Friday.
The world is full of bright minds, researchers and scientists who dedicate their lives to creating, developing and improving technological innovations. Although there are thousands of great inventions and fantastic ideas that people come up with annually, there are very few that reach the market and can be used by the general public.