Ebola was, until yesterday, one of the most feared harbingers of terror the modern world has known. However, two new Ebola drugs proved so successful, starting today, it is not an incurable disease anymore. While science has a lot to work from now on, this unforgivable curse and death sentence are history.
Here you can find the latest in science news, scientific discoveries. Written and explained with humorous twist, of course.
Are bees smart? Buzz, yeah! According to recent scientific discoveries, bees are smarter than most of my friends. Why? Because they are capable of performing additions and subtractions. And they can also smell cancer on people.
NASA’s TESS announced it found a Super-Earth planet orbiting a dwarf quiet star in the Hydra constellation. The twist? It may be habitable and it is close to home! By close we mean it is only 31 light-years away from us and by habitable we mean it may very well have the right conditions to support life. You know what they say: if the aliens don’t come to the mountain, the mountain goes to the aliens!
Facebook and mind-reading tech are not news. The twist of the day is that science managed to translate speech intent into text, pushing brain reading a step further. The whole research gives the Facebook status question “What’s on your mind?” a bit of a creepy edge.
Gravity (and childhood) seem to be the major causes of non-fatal brain injuries in kids and teens, a new study shows and we have some mixed feelings about it. Well, parents, teachers, and authorities should supervise the situation and prevent injuries, that’s for sure.
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