Glioblastoma patients who used the Optune therapy cap together with chemotherapy had better survival rates than those who only had chemotherapy treatment.
A graphene oxide-based sieve can possibly aid desalination processes and turn seawater to drinking water.
A fang blenny can painlessly deliver a potent opioid-laced fish venom that can disorient predators that make the mistake of eating them.
US health authorities are wary as China announced six new cases of H7N9 bird flu in Hunan province and outbreaks of the avian flu have been reported in several US states.
Delays to influence snack choice were used in vending machines to test how long people would wait for less than healthy snacks.
A new badger behavior was discoverd when a trap camera snapped pictures of a badger burying a cow.
Deep breathing and the calming effects of meditation may be directly linked to neurons affecting our emotions.
Susie Robinson had her 3D printed titanium jaw implant attached in just over an hour and was able to recover within five days.
The International Potato Center announced that the Unique potato variety survived near Mars-like environments as NASA hopes to plant Martian super potatoes before human colonization.
You may now be able to enjoy a sip of virtual lemonade thanks to taste over IP technology developed in Singapore.
A study on the connection of occupational exposure to electromagnetic fields to ALS been released.
A day care provider was charged with child abuse when a 2-year old under her care suffered effects of THC exposure after eating cookies she made.
A red team approach to climate change policy-making was proposed by scientists at the House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space, and Technology hearing.
Authorities urge parents and children to be careful as a girl suffered third-degree burns from homemade slime.
A spinach leaf heart has been developed by researchers looking for ways to create an artificial vascular network.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.