A recent development was made from Tufts University’s School of Engineering. It has shown that soon we may be able to wear clothing that can change color in response to chemicals released from our bodies or detected in the air.
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According to a new study listening to Mozart daily could reduce the number of seizures a person with epilepsy experiences.
A new study by Harvard University moves towards the idea that being selfless can help us live longer.
A breakthrough has been found in the fight against an aggressive breast cancer. Researchers at Tulane University School of Medicine have identified a gene that causes an aggressive form of breast cancer to rapidly grow. However, they’ve found a way to flip the switch and turn the gene off to prevent cancer from occurring.
The garden is being constructed in the southwest region of the French capital and will span over 14,000 square meters (150,700 square feet), making it the largest urban farm in Europe and feed thousands of people every year.
For the Last 20 Years, A College Professor Has Been Helping Intelligent Lab Rats Find Good and safe Homes
At the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Dr. Richard Hein has been helping his lab rats find forever and safe homes after his first and second-year students complete their introduction to anatomy courses.
Trials of a bionic eye developed by a team of robotics engineers that could potentially restore sight to an estimated 285 million blind people.
Israeli researchers have come up with a brilliant new prototype for a self-cleaning face mask which can kill pathogens, such as COVID-19 by simply by drawing power from a phone charger.