Tiny particles known as neutrinos are an excellent tool to study the inner workings of atomic nuclei. Unlike electrons or protons, neutrinos have no electric charge, and they interact with an atom’s core only via the weak nuclear force.
Don’t forget to switch off your wi-fi router and smartphone before you go to bed.
Researchers from the newly opened Francis Crick Institute in London, have applied to the Human Fertilization and Embryology Authority (HFEA) to genetically modify human embryos. If successful it would be the first time a national regulatory body has granted approval.
The man who has volunteered to be the world’s first head transplant has met with Dr. Sergio Canavero, the neurosurgeon who wants to carry out the dangerous operation.
China is in the news once again, this time because scientists based at China’s Sun Yat-sen University have altered the genes of human embryos.
I sometimes wonder what goes on in the minds of some scientists and government officials, as some of their experiments are utterly frightening.
It’s as if popping a piece of popcorn is bringing a world into being. It’s like the big bang, over and over again. Each kernel is like the seed of a new world.
Plain-faced journalist Esther Honig lent her image to 40 Photoshop editors in 22 countries. The mission? Make her beautiful.
A film entitled Water: The Mystery of Life was circulating on websites in China. The film introduces Japanese scientist Dr. Masaru Emoto’s water experiments. Dr. Emote gained recognition through his research into the properties of water and how it is deeply connected to our…