Remember watching the science fiction movies in which the hero puts his hand on top of a book and reads all its content. Well, that technology may become real in the next year as MIT and Georgia Institute Researchers are working on the new imaging technique.
According to the Stanford report entitled "Artificial Intelligence and Life in 2030," robots will not only be used for housekeeping but will also serve as added security for homes.
Most of us have never heard of CASIS. Well, it’s a nonprofit that gets $15 million of NASA’s budget every year along with that half share of the US-controlled part of the ISS.
There are a lot of amazing jobs that await graduates of 2025. Read on to find out what jobs the future generation could get.
Ford furthers its research in developing the car of the future.
After 12 years of research, archaeologists decipher instructions for the 2,000-year-old Antikythera Mechanism.
Could a diabetes drug prevent heart attack or recurring stroke?
Low-intensity electromagnetic waves prolonged survival in brain tumor patients--particularly those with glioblastoma--who were already treated with chemotherapy, according to a recent study.
New findings published in the journal Psychology of Addictive Behaviors reveal that youth who saw advertising for medical marijuana were twice as likely as peers who said they never saw an ad for the substance to report wanting to use it or doing so in the future.
New findings published in the Annals of Internal Medicine help ease some related concerns for women with lupus who are hoping to have a child. They show that women with the autoimmune disorder whose disease is not very active at the start of their pregnancy are more likely to have a safe pregnancy t...
For the study, researchers at Binghamton University recruited 160 women--60 of whom had dealt with depression in the past and 100 of whom had no history of depression. Each of the participants were shown a series of two faces, one with a neutral expression and the other with a sad or happy expressio...
Science World Report caught up with Dr. Karen Lu. M.D., professor of Gynecologic Oncology, co-director for Clinical Cancer Genetics, and director of the High Risk Ovarian Cancer Screening Clinic at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center to learn more about BRCA mutations, the benefits and...