European Space Agency: Human Urine Could Make Lunar Concrete For Moon Base
Adding human urine makes the mixture more malleable before it hardens into its sturdy final form.
Intel And Microsoft Team Up To Turn Malware Into Images
Two industry giants use their tools in finding an approach to fight malware.
RTEL1 Protein Helps Cancer Cells Survive, Researchers Find
The protein RTEL1 plays a significant role in both S-phase and mitosis.
Homo Sapiens May Have Arrived In Europe Earlier Than Previously Thought
About 45,000-year-old Bulgarian fragmentary bone fossils and a tooth were excavated in Bacho Kiro Cave that directly resemble Homo sapiens.
China Launches 2 Satellites, 1 Named 'Wuhan' For Data Relay Constellation
"Wuhan," is one of the satellites launched by China Tuesday.
Scientists Predict A More Active Hurricane Season In The US This Year
Meteorologists who have tracked down ocean and atmospheric dynamics for months say now the conditions are perfect for storms.
Coronavirus Despair: 75,000 Americans Projected To Die From Suicide And Overdose
A study by the Well Being Trust estimates the deaths to range between 27,644, assuming the economy recovers quickly, and 154,037 in a slow-recovery scenario.
'Titanic' Shift in the Magnetic Field Results to Changing North Magnetic Pole Location
Magnetic North Pole moves towards Siberia as a result of moving magnetic molten materials.
Illegal Sale of Pangolins, A Possible Carrier of Coronavirus, Continues On Facebook Pages
Illegal trade of pangolins still continues on Facebook contrary to the social media platform's community standards.
Coronavirus Endangers Hollywood Background Actors’ Jobs Making Them The ‘Expendables’
The background acting industry is threatened as their profession is deemed to be endangered by COVID-19.
Heavy Cannabis Use Has An Impact On Human DNA, Says Study
A recent study found that heavy cannabis use possibly can cause bodily chemical changes that control the mechanism of genes.
Outsmarting Tumors Through New Chemotherapeutics
A study shows how tumors in cancer cells can be effectively treated through a new drug-delivery system that outsmarts these cells.
Solid-State Batteries: The New Face of Renewable Energy
Batteries for renewable energy has its new material, as discovered by UCLouvain scientists.
Vikings Razed Iceland's Lush Birch Forests, Reforesting Is A Struggle
Iceland, once rich in greenery in its forests, continues to suffer the losses of trees due to the invasion and colonization by the Vikings. Efforts are being done to reforest the nation, but the task remains a burden and a struggle.
Black Plastic In Food Packaging Can't Be Easily Recycled, But It Can Boost Renewable Energy
Black plastics can be recycled to boost renewable energy, which would help in the growing plastic pollution that is affecting our world.
Giant Human-Sized Jellyfish Stuns Divers Off UK Coast
A rare species of jellyfish, Rhizostoma pulmo, meets divers off the coast of England. It is known with the potential to grow to the size of a full-grown man.
Stress Reduction: Petting Dogs, Cats Reduces Stress Hormone Cortisol
The simple act of petting cats and dogs can go a long way when it comes to reducing stress that people face. Cortisol levels, an indication of stress, have been lowered after spending at least 10 minutes petting a cat or dog.
Emotions Can Be Predicted From A Person's Walking Style: Scientists Develop Algorithm
Emotions are manifested by the people walk. A new approach was developed to understand the context of the gait.
Hero Police Officer Saves Unconscious 6-Year Old From House Fire
[HOLD FOR ASHRAF]Cleveland Heights police officer Josh Robertson showed heroism by pulling out a 6-year-old boy from a house fire.