'Mother of All Bombs', US' Most Powerful Non-Nuclear Bomb Drops in Afghanistan
U.S. Forces in Afghanistan just recently dropped their most powerful non-nuclear bomb in a remote province in the Eastern part of Afghanistan.
This Device Could Pull Liters of Water Out of Air Using Ambient Sunlight
New water harvester device is capable of pulling liters of water out of the air using solar energy.
Scientists Successfully Grow Human Brain Tissue in Petri Dish
Human stem cells derived from the skin and placed in Petri dish are capable of turning into some sort of human brain tissue.
Previously Undiscovered Carbon Cycle in Polar Glaciers Could Become Significant Global Carbon Source
Researchers found that most of the carbon in the stream was produced by photosynthesizing bacteria.
'Environmental DNA' Helps Scientists in Monitoring Fish Migration
Researchers abel to map out fish migration patterns using Environmental DNA.
Cooking Oils Linked to Increase Risk of Lazy Behavior and Diabetes
The researchers found a strong connection between consumption of n-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids and an increase in sedentary behavior
Researchers Use Glowing Bacteria to Detect Active Landmines
Detection teams can now safely determine the location of buried landmines from a remote location
Tea Time! Microwave Could Enhance Taste, Health Benefits of Tea
Microwaving tea could extract about 80 percent of the caffeine, theanine and polyphenol compounds in the tea.
LOOK: 'Great Cold Spot' Found on Jupiter's Upper Atmosphere
Second great spot comparable to the size of the Great Red Spot spotted at Jupiter's upper atmosphere.
This Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation Could Make People Honest
A new study from the University of Zurich revealed that the honest behavior of humans can be influenced by a simple, non-invasive brain stimulation, making them less likely to cheat.
Scientists Can Predict the Contents of Your Dreams, Here’s How
A team of international scientists claim that they found a pattern in brain activity that can potentially be used to predict the contents of a person's dream.
ALERT: Severe Bleaching Events Destroy Two-Thirds of Great Barrier Reef in Just 12 Months
Over two-thirds of Great Barrier Reef damaged by back-to-back bleaching events.
Gold-Plated Crystal Sensor Is the Future of Natural Gas Detectors
New kind of sensor is capable of detecting invisible infrared signatures emitted by various kinds of gases, plastics and other sources.
This Vaccine Could Protect You From Acnes
Researchers develop vaccine that can potentially cure or help prevent acnes.