Early Mars Was Ravaged By Giant Tsunamis
About 3.4 billion years ago Mars was struck by a giant, wet disaster when two massive tsunamis up to 360 feet tall roared across the planet at the speed of a passenger jet.
Brain implant bypasses damaged nerves to control paralyzed limbs
Scientists have been able to bypass the nervous system entirely to help paralyzed patients regain control over their limbs.
Fossil-hunting farmer discovers two of Earth’s earliest mammals
Mammals proved to be far more diverse in Jurassic period than previously thought
ViroCap virus test could save countless lives
It can happen to anyone. Suddenly, you fall seriously ill and are rushed to the hospital. The doctors are perplexed, multiple blood analyzes, PCR...
VIDEO: ‘Drinkable book’ can filter four years’ worth of water
The Drinkable Book could help save the lives of millions
Decrease in smoking may lead to increase in lung cancer deaths
Peculiarities in screening criteria are to blame
Possible new trigger for volcanic eruptions discovered.
Scientists now better understand why - and how - volcanoes erupt