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Researchers Create A Way For You To Taste Drinks Over The Internet

03/27/2017, Seeing food or drinks being shown on a screen is obviously very different compared to tasting it, but there is that saying where we should eat with our eyes first. That being said, wouldn’t it be great if what you could taste what you saw on screen,...

Researchers Use Facial Recognition To Detect Rare Genetic Disease

03/24/2017, When you think of facial recognition technology, you might think of it as being used for security purposes, or for tracking purposes where it can help identify criminals in videos and photos and what not. However it seems that recently a group of...

Robots Could Be Used To Wear Flesh To Help With Transplants

03/06/2017, Science and medicine have advanced to a point where we could soon be growing transplants, which means that waiting around for a donor could become a thing of the past in the future. However growing a transplants versus harvesting it from a human body are...

EVE Online To Crowdsource The Search For Exoplanets

02/22/2017, With NASA recently announcing the discovery of 7 Earth-sized exoplanets (planets that are outside of our solar system), it is clear that there are still a ton of other planets out there in the universe that we have yet to discover. So much so that the...

NASA Discovers 7 Earth-Sized Planets 40 Light Years Away From Us

02/22/2017, There are some who say that to think that Earth is the only planet in the universe that has living creatures is a very arrogant way of thinking, but so far from all of our explorations into space, there hasn’t really been much evidence to suggest...

Scientists Close To Resurrecting The Woolly Mammoth

02/20/2017, Over the years various animals have gone extinct, but it seems that thanks to science, we could eventually bring them back. In fact it seems that a group of scientists at Harvard are apparently close to resurrecting the wooly mammoth, a creature that has...

Students Design A Bee Drone That Helps With Cross-Pollination

02/16/2017, Bees aren’t just good for producing honey, but they are also essentially in helping to pollinate crops. Apparently they help to pollinate as much as $15 billion worth of crops in the US each year, and that’s a lot. However the population of bees is...

NASA Uses Pressure-Sensitive Paint To Test Their Rockets

01/29/2017, Sending rockets up into space is an expensive process which is why it is incredibly heartbreaking to see when sometimes rockets fail to launch, or something goes wrong halfway. While there could be a number of reasons why rockets fail to take off or fail...

Amazon Will Send Your Kids Science Toys For $20 A Month

01/25/2017, If you’re hoping to cultivate interest in topics like science for your kids, then you might be interested to learn that Amazon has launched what they are calling STEM Club, which is basically a subscription service in which at $20 a month, Amazon will...

Researchers Develop A ‘Soft Robot’ That Helps Your Heart Beat

01/19/2017, We’ve seen how robots can be used in factories to automate tasks and lift heavy objects. We’ve also seen how it can be used to help humans move parts of their bodies that they can’t. We’ve also seen robots being used to educate kids on coding, so...

Researchers Build Flame Retardants Into Batteries

01/16/2017, Seeing a lithium-ion battery expand and explode is a scary thing. Especially when you consider that lithium-ion batteries are commonly found in mobile devices like our smartphones that we either typically keep in our pockets or in our bags where they are...

Scientists Use Salmonella To Treat Brain Tumors

01/11/2017, Science is amazing because sometimes what was previously thought to be dangerous or bad can be turned into something useful or good. Take salmonella for example, a bacterial disease that is typically associated with eating undercooked or raw food such as...

Bill & Melinda Gates Back Implant To Prevent HIV Infection

01/02/2017, While Bill Gates might be known as being one of Microsoft’s co-founders, over the years he has slowly transitioned away from that image to being that of a humanitarian. Some of his efforts in the past have included solar-powered toilets and a machine...