Will the COVID-19 Vaccine Be Safe For All of Us? Find Out
The COVID-19 vaccine is nearly here. It's time to find out how it works and what it does to your body.
An End to Leukemia? A Lifesaving Revolutionary Treatment
Leukemia attacks many young people around the world each year, but fortunately, a new revolutionary and effective treatment has now been approved.
Ready For Some Quick and Quirky Facts From Science?
Here’s your chance to learn some quick, quirky, and fascinating science facts today.
14 Life-Changing Inventions Inspired by Nature
Nature is ever the greatest inspiration for science, and these 14 life-changing inventions are proof.
This Cloning Breakthrough Could Save Endangered Animals
In a scientific first, mice have been cloned from freeze-dried skin cells. This could help us save many endangered species.
Eco Tech: Meet the Robot That Collects Trash From Water
The WasteShark is an emission-free aquadrone that collects trash from the water. This cool invention will help keep our planet clean.
This Salmon Has Been Fully Grown in a Lab!
A startup company in California has grown raw salmon in a lab, and it looks just like the real thing!
Can't Lose Weight? It May Not Be Your Food
A new study says that environmental pollution might worsening be the global obesity rates. And things are getting worse…
For the First Time, Plants Were Grown On LUNAR Soil!
In a breakthrough experiment, a group of scientists have managed to grow plants in lunar soil for the first time ever.
Is It Scientifically Possible To Slow Our Own Aging?
Scientists are discovering ways to add years to our lives and make later life more enjoyable.
When Dangerous Viruses Escaped the Lab...
Many deadly viruses have escaped from laboratories in the past. No, we aren’t talking about COVID.
The Many Fascinating Stages in Chick Embryo Development
Ever wondered how a chicken exactly forms inside an egg? The whole process is actually fascinating...
2022 Is Almost Here, And Here's the Good News...
Here’s a look at a few positive things we can all look forward to in 2022.
Japan's Innovation Protects Cities From Tsunamis
Japan came up with a new way to protect coastal urban areas that involve a combination of nature and innovative wall-building.
A Vaccine for Alzheimer's?
A groundbreaking first-of-its-kind vaccine for Alzheimer’s disease has shown promise.
These Microscopic Living Robots Have Memory!
The Xenobot 2.0 is the upgraded version of the first living, self-healing robot in history. This tiny living robot could save millions of lives one day!
Can a New Drug Combo Clear COVID-19 in 5 Days?
According to a new study, a multidrug treatment that can remove COVID from the lungs in less than 5 days!
3D Printing Bones - Is It Possible?
As incredible as this sounds, scientists have learned to 3D print bones using living cells!
New COVID-19 Medication Kills 99.9 Percent of the Virus
Researchers in Australia have developed the first-ever COVID-19 medication, and it eliminates 99.9% of the virus and halts its spread in the body.
These Mushrooms Can Be Made Into ANYTHING...
This material can be turned into styrofoam, leather, or even bacon. It is a type of mushroom that can be "programmed" into behaving like a variety of materials.
Will This Lab Grown Chicken Become the Food of the Future?
Lab-grown meat came a long way. Take a look at this artificial chicken, for example. It's absolutely identical to the real thing!
New “Massless” Battery About to Transform the Tech World
Read this article to find out how a novel “massless” battery can change the way we design electronics forever.
What Would Life Be Like If We Didn't Have Satellites?
If satellites disappeared, everything from phone calls to TV and transportation would stop working in a matter of minutes.
Nasal Spray That Prevents COVID-19 Could Be Coming Soon
By this summer, we could all be using a nasal spray to block COVID-19. Find out what this new development is all about.
5 Ways 3D Printing Is Changing the World
From medicine to apparel and housing, here are 5 fields that have already evolved beyond belief thanks to 3D printers.