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Researchers have been rerouting human wastewater from a city to grow trees in Egypt—and it could lead to more than 36 forest sanctuaries in the desert.
Since the material can simply dissolve in water at room temperature, the researchers say it is particularly energy-efficient and eco-friendly.
Scientists Discover Brain Circuit Linked to Food Impulsivity—And It Could Lead to New Treatments for Overeating
Researchers found that activating a specific neural pathway in the brain can amplify or reduce impulsive eating, regardless of the foods.
Scientists Develop Exciting New Way to Produce Hydrogen Fuel That’s Safe, Cheap, and Ultra-Efficient
Collectively, their technology improves the efficiency of hydrogen production by 30%—and with a 50% reduction in costs as well.
For the First Time, Scientists Have Reversed Dementia in Mice With Drug That Reduces Brain Inflammation
Not only does the drug reverse dementia, but researchers also believe that it could help the brain recover from concussion and trauma.
The U.S. spends $5 billion a year to repair damages to road infrastructure from winter snow and ice control operations and the use of...
14 days after receiving the treatment, the mice with pancreatic cancer cells transplanted from humans experienced a 90% reduction in tumors.
Scientists Are Using Speakers to Revive Damaged Coral Reefs By Luring Fish Back With Healthy Reef Sounds
By projecting the sounds of a healthy coral ecosystem, scientists found that more and more fish returned to help revive the reef.
After years of careful work, scientists have managed to breed bacteria that exclusively consumes carbon dioxide from its environment.
Scientists Develop Sensor to Save Kids and Pets Left in Vehicles—And It’s So Cheap, It Could Be in Cars by 2020
The inexpensive radar system developed by the Waterloo researchers uses AI to detect children and pets in cars with 100% accuracy.
Rather than waiting weeks for lab technicians to diagnose Lyme disease, this exciting new technique will detect the illness in minutes.
The project is a groundbreaking proof-of-concept initiative which means that humans can grow nutritious food without the Earth's natural resources.
Scientists have unveiled a new technique using a super-resolution ultrasound method that improves resolution by 5 to 10 times compared to standard ultrasound images. The...
MIT Scientists Accidentally Discover ‘Blackest Black’ Material Ever, Inspired by Artist Who Uses it to Amaze Audiences
The researchers had been trying to develop carbon nanotubes with pantry ingredients—and when they used salt, they were startled by its resulting color—or lack of color.
This noninvasive, low-cost, hair-growth-stimulating technology is powered simply by the wearer's movements—and it's small enough to wear under a hat.
The discovery could lead to a new class of treatments for preventing hair loss during chemotherapy.
Scientists Detect Tone Pattern in the Ringing of a Newborn Black Hole for the First Time, Proving Einstein Right Again
100 years after Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves, scientists have confirmed that he was right about black holes—again.
More than $21.6 million has been awarded to the world's most trailblazing scientists for this year's Breakthrough Prizes.
Loose dental fillings may soon be a thing of the past now that Chinese scientists have uncovered how to reproduce tooth enamel that will repair itself.
The researchers managed to use the little springs to cleanse water samples of microplastics over the course of just eight hours.