Nanoparticles for lung cancer pass next test

Your daily selection of the latest science news! According to Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories Lung CA seen on CXR. Credit: James Heilman, MD/Wikipedia The most common … Continue reading Nanoparticles for lung cancer pass next test

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‘Alien’ Shark with Goblin-Like Jaws Hauled Up from the Deep Sea

Your daily selection of the latest science news! According to Live Science The dried remains of a viper dogfish (Trigonognathus kabeyai), from Hawaii. Credit: Stephen M Kajiura Imagine this fearsome … Continue reading ‘Alien’ Shark with Goblin-Like Jaws Hauled Up from the Deep Sea

This car built by college students gets 2,713 miles per gallon

Imagine making the 2,710-mile trip from Philadelphia to Los Angeles using just one gallon of gas. You might look silly doing it, but students from Université Laval, in Quebec, have … Continue reading This car built by college students gets 2,713 miles per gallon

Human Umbilical Blood Has Regenerated the Brains of Elderly Mice

We swear this isn’t science fiction. Researchers have regenerated the memories and learning abilities of elderly mice by injecting their brains with proteins taken from human umbilical cord blood. The … Continue reading Human Umbilical Blood Has Regenerated the Brains of Elderly Mice

The first driverless bus on US public roads carries 15 and travels 0.2 miles in Las Vegas

For a short three blocks in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada, you can take a free ride on a self-driving bus. The tiny, fully electric vehicle, called Arma, was developed by … Continue reading The first driverless bus on US public roads carries 15 and travels 0.2 miles in Las Vegas

Pentagon successfully tests micro-drone swarm

US Defense Secretary Ash Carter, a technophile and former Harvard professor, created the Strategic Capabilities Office when he was deputy defense secretary in 2012 The Pentagon may soon be unleashing a 21st-century … Continue reading Pentagon successfully tests micro-drone swarm