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5 Ways Science Shows That Your Brain is Keeping...

SHAFAQNA- Your mind can be your best buddy or worst enemy. This brain expert helps you figure out when your...

Cancer radiotherapy and proton beam therapy

SHAFAQNA- In last night's federal budget, the government dedicated up to A$68 million to help set up Australia's first...

Easy ways to build your child’s interest in science

SHAFAQNA- Science, the most dreaded of all subjects, can be a lot more fun for your child if you introduce...

Declassified: CIA Cut Open Cat, Planted Spy Equipment Inside

SHAFAQNA - While the CIA’s sordid history of human experimentation is well-documented,a declassified report – dating back to 1967 –...

High-flying Uber announces plans to have ‘air taxis’ in...

SHAFAQNA -  Uber is taking its service to the skies, with the car-sharing firm announcing plans to begin testing...

Scientists Say Smart Bandages Will Enter Clinical Trials Soon...

SHAFAQNA- A smart bandage is a new form of biomedical device, which can detect how well a wound is healing...

Study Suggests ‘Neuron-Reading’ Nanowires Could Accelerate Development of Drugs...

SHAFAQNA- A team led by engineers at the University of California San Diego has developed nanowires that can record the...

Nanotech hydrogels can be uses in photodynamic therapy for...

SHAFAQNA- Iranian Researchers at Arak University have produced a type of nanocomposite hydrogel with self-healing properties that can be used...

Using nanodiamonds to see smaller

SHAFAQNA- Can you give an overview of LuciGem’s technology for the illumination and tracking of small molecules using fluorescent diamonds...

Hi-Res Graphene Probes Monitor Brain Activity

SHAFAQNA- Measuring brain activity with precision is essential to developing further understanding of diseases such as epilepsy and disorders that...

Eat legumes every day to reduce your risk of...

SHAFAQNA- Legumes can reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes, a new study says. Scientists say by eating lentils, chickpeas,...

CIA was hacking iPhones one year after launch: WikiLeaks

SHAFAQNA - Whistleblower website WikiLeaks has claimed the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has been hacking Apple products to spy...

ESA’s Jupiter mission moves off the drawing board

SHAFAQNA- Demanding electric, magnetic and power requirements, harsh radiation, and strict planetary protection rules are some of the critical issues...

Dr Ahmed Zewail, a 1999 Nobel laureate in chemistry...

SHAFAQNA- Ntaryike Divine Jr. – A famed Egyptian-born scientist has challenged journalists in the Arab world to dispel what he...

Improve Head and Neck Cancer Treatment by Nanoparticles

SHAFAQNA- The creation of novel treatments for head and neck cancers have long been hindered by side effects from targeted...

5 Ways Science Shows That Your Brain is Keeping...

SHAFAQNA- Sometimes even talented, hardworking people believe that nothing will ever go their way. Do you ever stop, filled with...

NASA scientists prepare for life on Mars … in...

SHAFAQNA- The eight-month journey to Mars is expected to be arduous, with its cramped conditions, isolation, and monotony. By simulating...

New technology stores heat to use later when needed

SHAFAQNA- A group of Swiss researchers claim to have developed a process that can capture heat during summer and then...

NASA is sending a probe to a bizarre metallic...

SHAFAQNA- NASA has green-lit a plan to send a probe to a strange metal asteroid called 16 Psyche, which experts...

China plots course for ‘dark side’ of the moon

SHAFAQNA- China is planning to make a soft landing on the so-called dark side of the moon. It's a chance...

Technology could help improve health care quality

SHAFAQNA- Technology has promised to transform health care for years now. Multiple apps, devices, and other e-health approaches are being...

One Hundred Years Of Black Hole Science

SHAFAQNA- Upon publishing his pivotal general theory of relativity, Albert Einstein produced a series of gravitational field equations for the...

Science Discoveries Worth Celebrating in 2016

SHAFAQNA- By Victoria Jaggard PUBLISHED DECEMBER 16, 2016 Colliding black holes, dinosaur parts in amber, potentially life-friendly planets: The year in science...

E-Cigarettes Might Be the Best Addiction to Have

SHAFAQNA- n Jan. 11, 1964, Dr. Luther Terry released the first report of the Surgeon General’s Advisory Committee on Smoking...

In science, fact is not the same as truth

SHAFAQNA- Stella Wilson (Write Back, December 1) is correct to point out that "often science has had to change its...

A step to understanding polymorphs

SHAFAQNA- In a paper published in Acta Cryst. B, (2016), doi: 10.1107/S2052520616017297 Carol Brock of the University of Kentucky looks...

Amber Specimen Offers Rare Glimpse of Feathered Dinosaur Tail

SHAFAQNA- Researchers from China, Canada, and the University of Bristol have discovered a dinosaur tail complete with its feathers trapped...

Study shows blood products unaffected by drone trips

SHAFAQNA- In what is believed to be the first proof-of-concept study of its kind, Johns Hopkins researchers have determined that...

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