Scientists have always tried to balance fuel efficiency and weight limits in space travel. So packing salty food in a voyage could actually cause astronauts to eat more and drink less water.
Smart bandages have been in development for a good number of years. Swansea University's take on the technology hopes to use 5G bandwith to send the status of the wound to the healthcare provider.
The creators of the edible water balls called Oohoo does not want to be just another drinking water brand. They aim to be part of the solution to the world's growing plastic waste problem.
The Botanic Gardens Conservation International has created the world's first list of all known tree species that they aim to help in conservation efforts .
A study has shown that eels can sense magnetic fields which allow it to travel from their breeding grounds and back.
The CRISPR patent battle will now be elevated to the US Court of Appeals as two major research institutions fight for control over the gene editing technique.
Researchers are working on a small chip that could help predict a woman's risk of delivering her baby before its full term.
New climate change research in Oman hopes to find out how periodite can absorb the carbon dioxide from the air which can help in greatly reducing the effects of global warming.
In celebration of Earth Day 2017, NASA launched an Adopt the Planet campaign.
UC Berkeley engineers have answered the age-old question why a shoelace knot becomes untied.
Maps for medical marijuana dispensaries are already available for patients in the Detroit area. The tool is used to track legal statuses for these centers.
Zhang released a report about the method but ethical and scientific issues remain.
A researcher came up with the nutritional value of the human body in order to understand better the purpose of ancient cannibalism.
NASA will soon begin the final flight plan of the Cassini space probe mission this April and crash into Saturn in September.
The Institute for Space Medicine and Physiology are looking for volunteers who will stay in bed for sixty days.