Darwin Life is a new fertility clinic that aims to get women over the age of 40 pregnant with ‘perfect babies’. The World Health Organization (WHO) ranks infertility as the third most serious health condition in the world, after cancer and heart disease. A Chinese founder and researcher Dr. John Zhang is developing controversial methods of fertility … Continue reading Darwin Life Aims to Impregnate 40 and Above Women with Designer Babies
The festive period is almost over and it is my believe that you have already made arrangements to live a healthy live, have a good time and enjoy a prosperous life in this new year. In less than two weeks from now it will be ‘back to school’ for every college student. As usual, you have made your … Continue reading 6 Must Have Android Apps for Science Students
NASA is bringing you even more closer to planet pluto, this time with a photograph that reveals the dwarf planet’s heart-shaped region called Tombaugh Regio – NASA of course, is not a stranger when it come to parading such images.. During New Horizons’ closest flyby in July, the probe’s Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) zoomed in … Continue reading Stunning NASA Image Reveals Tombaugh Regio – The Hearth of Pluto
Editor’s note: Laetitia Vitaud is a blogger, coach, teacher of U.S. politics in France and passionate about the digital transition of our economy. The French still dream of humanoid robots and electric sheep. Swedish TV series Real Humans, broadcast on French-German TV channel Arte, seduced a surprisingly large audience in France. And flagship robotics projects … Continue reading Editorial: Can French Robotics Save the Industry?
Scientist have discovered a way to find your veins before poking around half a dozen times to find the spot. The Australian Red Cross Blood service is using a near infrared light device that locates blood to study whether being able to locate hard to find veins will result in reduced anxiety and thus make … Continue reading Video: New Vein Visualization Device Makes It Easier To Find Your Veins
Scientists are one step closer to creating a real-life version of Dr. Seuss’ green eggs and ham, thanks to the birth of ten transgenic pigs in late December that glow green when placed under a black light. Zhenfang Wu and Zicong Li of the South China Agricultural University used a technique developed by reproductive scientists … Continue reading Scientists Develop Glowing Green Pigs to Produce Cheaper Medicines