Science

University in Japan develops chopsticks that change the perception of salt in food

A device sends an electrical signal that alters the perception of the taste of food.

3 Best Life Sciences Stocks to Buy Now

Thinking about digging into immunization stocks? Let's look more broadly, into life sciences stocks.

Melissa Brock

Florida Begins Release of Genetically Altered Mosquitoes to Prevent Spread of Zika

If the first stage of the program works, up to 750 million mosquitoes could be released in the United States.

Bringing Gene Therapies To The Masses

How one company seeks to provide hope to cancer patients through more effective treatments. Q4 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Cancer is one of the most complex and...

Cristian Bustos

Startup Raises $1.8 Billion in Bid to Generate Fusion Nuclear Energy

Commonwealth Fusion Systems (CFS) has raised more than $1.8 billion, the largest private investment in the nuclear fusion industry as more investors pour money into energy projects that claim limitless energy with no or minimal wastage.

Astronomers May Have Located a Planet Outside of Our Galaxy for the First Time

The possible planet was spotted in the Messier 51 galaxy, 28 million light-years away.

Amanda Breen

Sun Unleashes Large Solar Flare Which Could Lead to Spectacular Auroras This Weekend: Experts

When the Earth is in the direct path of a coronal mass ejection CME it can lead to major geomagnetic storms resulting in stunning aurora borealis and aurora australis light shows if skies are clear.

The Epoch Times

Asian Spider Takes Hold in Georgia, Sends Humans Scurrying

A large spider native to East Asia has spun its thick, golden web on power lines, porches and vegetable patches all over north Georgia this year.

Here's When Your Elementary Schooler May Be Able to Get Their Covid Vaccine

After approval from the FDA's vaccine-advisory board, the option could be on the table as soon as next week.

Kenny Herzog

Dr. Leana Wen Celebrates a Silver Lining for Science

The mere fact that so many women scientists were poised to lead the global Covid-19 vaccine effort is remarkable, and will have an effect on girls for decades to come.

Leana Wen