• Social Jet Lag: A Body Clock Guide
  • New Schizophrenia Study Solidifies Biological Roots
  • Heavy Metal! Giant Meteorite Found On Mars By NASA Rover
  • Alcohol and Energy Drinks Are Dangerous Combo Says Study
  • Alzheimer’s Test May Help With Early Detection
  • Buzz Aldrin Saw UFO In Space?
  • Red Panda Rusty Gets Smithsonian’s Conservation Biology Institute Digs
Social Jet Lag: A Body Clock Guide

Social Jet Lag: A Body Clock Guide

To suffer social jet lag you don’t need to go anywhere. You don’t need to get on a jet, you don’t need to cross any number of time zones, you don’t need to head off to an exotic country, you don’t even need to sleep in a bed that isn’t...

New Schizophrenia Study Solidifies Biological Roots

New Schizophrenia Study Solidifies Biological Roots

A new schizophrenia study has resulted in a rethinking of how the mental disorder should be treated. The reason for this is the discovery of 83 previously unknown genes that can be linked to schizophrenia. This fresh research was conducted via a consortium of scientists from three dozen different nations....

Heavy Metal! Giant Meteorite Found On Mars By NASA Rover

Heavy Metal! Giant Meteorite Found On Mars By NASA Rover

Talk about heavy metal! A giant meteorite made of iron was discovered via NASA’s Mars rover called Curiosity. Scientists who work for the space agency have named this particular mass Lebanon while its companion was dubbed Lebanon B. There’s a third rock as well but that one, though about as...

Alcohol and Energy Drinks Are Dangerous Combo Says Study

Alcohol and Energy Drinks Are Dangerous Combo Says Study

Mixing alcohol and energy drinks could very well make a person consuming this combination more inclined to over indulge. That’s what a new Australian-based study which was released on July 17 in the journal called “Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research” suggests. Some 75 participants took part in this intriguing research,...

Alzheimer’s Test May Help With Early Detection

Alzheimer’s Test May Help With Early Detection

A new Alzheimer’s test may help patients get diagnosed earlier than has previously been thought possible. Studies for the potential of this new opportunity were presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference held this past week in Copenhagen. During the Danish meeting, researchers from more than 75 countries met to...

Buzz Aldrin Saw UFO In Space?

Buzz Aldrin Saw UFO In Space?

Buzz Aldrin will never be forgotten as he was the second person to walk on the moon. He was also an astronaut who was said that have spotted a UFO while he was up in space that summer of 1969. On July 8, Aldrin took part in a Reddit AMA...

Red Panda Rusty Gets Smithsonian’s Conservation Biology Institute Digs

Red Panda Rusty Gets Smithsonian’s Conservation Biology Institute Digs

Remember when a red panda named Rusty made a daring escape from the comfortable confines of his home at the National Zoo last year at this time? If not, here’s the back story: On June 24, 2013, the slippery critter managed to get out of his exhibit which was on...

 

Social Jet Lag: A Body Clock Guide

Social Jet Lag: A Body Clock Guide

To suffer social jet lag you don’t need to go anywhere. You don’t need to get on a jet, you don’t need to cross any number of time zones, you don’t need to head off to an exotic country, you don’t even need to sleep in a bed that isn’t...

 
 

New Schizophrenia Study Solidifies Biological Roots

New Schizophrenia Study Solidifies Biological Roots

A new schizophrenia study has resulted in a rethinking of how the mental disorder should be treated. The reason for this is the discovery of 83 previously unknown genes that can be linked to schizophrenia. This fresh research was conducted via a consortium of scientists from three dozen different nations....

 
 

Heavy Metal! Giant Meteorite Found On Mars By NASA Rover

Heavy Metal! Giant Meteorite Found On Mars By NASA Rover

Talk about heavy metal! A giant meteorite made of iron was discovered via NASA’s Mars rover called Curiosity. Scientists who work for the space agency have named this particular mass Lebanon while its companion was dubbed Lebanon B. There’s a third rock as well but that one, though about as...

 
 

Alcohol and Energy Drinks Are Dangerous Combo Says Study

Alcohol and Energy Drinks Are Dangerous Combo Says Study

Mixing alcohol and energy drinks could very well make a person consuming this combination more inclined to over indulge. That’s what a new Australian-based study which was released on July 17 in the journal called “Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research” suggests. Some 75 participants took part in this intriguing research,...

 
 

Alzheimer’s Test May Help With Early Detection

Alzheimer’s Test May Help With Early Detection

A new Alzheimer’s test may help patients get diagnosed earlier than has previously been thought possible. Studies for the potential of this new opportunity were presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference held this past week in Copenhagen. During the Danish meeting, researchers from more than 75 countries met to...

 
 

Buzz Aldrin Saw UFO In Space?

Buzz Aldrin Saw UFO In Space?

Buzz Aldrin will never be forgotten as he was the second person to walk on the moon. He was also an astronaut who was said that have spotted a UFO while he was up in space that summer of 1969. On July 8, Aldrin took part in a Reddit AMA...

 
 

Red Panda Rusty Gets Smithsonian’s Conservation Biology Institute Digs

Red Panda Rusty Gets Smithsonian’s Conservation Biology Institute Digs

Remember when a red panda named Rusty made a daring escape from the comfortable confines of his home at the National Zoo last year at this time? If not, here’s the back story: On June 24, 2013, the slippery critter managed to get out of his exhibit which was on...

 
 

Coffee Machine Targets Astronauts At Space Station

Coffee Machine Targets Astronauts At Space Station

A very special coffee machine is about to do what astronauts have done for years: Go into space. While this may sound kind of impossible given that liquids made to satiate those who blast off into the wild blue yonder are limited (you know, what with contending with zero gravity...

 
 

Hidden Ocean Found, Scientific Papers Addresses Discovery

Hidden Ocean Found, Scientific Papers Addresses Discovery

A research paper describing the discovery of a hidden ocean was published in the Science journal on June 13. But how is this possible? In essence, when seismic waves were passed through the deepest part of Earth at 400 miles below the surface, an ocean of water was found to...

 
 

10-Year-Old Mensa Member Graduates From High School

10-Year-Old Mensa Member Graduates From High School

A 10-year-old California boy who is a Mensa member has graduated from high school. Indeed, Tanishq Abraham received his diploma at the beginning of this week in a Sacramento ceremony held at the Golden State capital’s celebrated California Automobile Museum. Abraham can surely thank his mother and father for not...

 
 

Super Predator Devours Great White Shark

Super Predator Devours Great White Shark

Researchers are stunned by a predator’s attack on a great white shark that left the big and dangerous fish dead. Scientists had tagged the shark four months prior to his demise and are now collectively scratching their heads as to what kind of animal could take down this particular specimen....

 
 

Top Computer Science Schools Located In California

Top Computer Science Schools Located In California

Computer science schools are in demand more than ever, with the cream of this crop located in the Golden State. Indeed, California is home to the top five institutions of higher education where this viable career gets started for students who are accepted into their ace programs. That said, according...

 
 

Move Over Smartphones: Smart Toilets Invade the US

Move Over Smartphones: Smart Toilets Invade the US

Used in Japan for decades, smart toilets are now charging onto these shores in droves. In the same spirit as smartphones and smart television and even smart refrigerators, this over-the-top bathroom concept is being peddled by two Nippon companies, Toto Ltd. and Lixil Corp. So what is a smart toilet?...

 
 

Obesity Strikes One Third of World Population

Obesity Strikes One Third of World Population

As decades pass by, obesity strikes more and more of the world population. At this point, two billion humans have been included in that category, a number that is equivalent to one third of those who live on Earth. This sad news was shared in a recent study paid for...

 
 

NASA Reports New Crew Took Soyuz Capsule to the International Space Station

NASA Reports New Crew Took Soyuz Capsule to the International Space Station

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration reports that a fresh, three-person crew representing the U.S., Russia and Germany has gone to the International Space Station. The six-hour trip into space launched on May 28 from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at precisely 3:57 p.m. So who was on board the...

 
 

Rare White Tigers Born In Captivity In Austria Zoo

Rare White Tigers Born In Captivity In Austria Zoo

Rare white tigers were just born in Austria. These beautiful cubs that belong to the Bengal tiger family came into the world while in captivity at White Zoo in Kernhof near the end of April. That said, the distinctive babies were finally shown to the public on May 26, a...

 
 

Medical Marijuana Conference Set For June In Illinois To Shape An Image

Medical Marijuana Conference Set For June In Illinois To Shape An Image

A medical marijuana conference is shaping up in Illiinois, according to the Chicago Tribune. The veteran newspaper’s site says that as the rules and regulations for a state medical marijuana pilot program are being set, so is a gathering about cannabis that will be held in Chicago next month on...

 
 

Paleontologist Mary Anning Given Google Doodle Honors

Paleontologist Mary Anning Given Google Doodle Honors

Mary Anning, a noted paleontologist who was also a fossil collector and dealer, was honored by a Google Doodle on May 21. Anning was a pioneer in her field. She pursed her career some two centuries ago as she worked at immersing herself into the science of finding fossils. This...