Science: Page 10

Business News

How Scientists Are Hacking Cancer

A cell therapy known as CAR-T is so promising that researchers are now trying to deal with a new problem -- how to keep up with demand.

Business News

How Genetic Engineering Fixed My Stupid Back

Decades worth of the genetic research helped create the treatments that finally cured my back.

Innovation

Watch KFC Launch a Chicken Sandwich Into Space

'You can imagine when we first heard about flying a chicken sandwich to space, we thought it was hilarious,' says World View CEO Jane Poytner.

Innovation

Apparently, a Geek Index Is a Thing That Exists

Researchers can chart exactly how geeky you are.

Innovation

Scientists Found a Way to Charge Your Smartphone With Urine

Now that's innovation at its finest.

Fundraising

Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson Launches Kickstarter for Video Game

'Space Odyssey' players will terraform planets, build colonies and embark on missions.

Innovation

These Inspiring Teen Girls Invented a Solar-Powered Housing Solution for the Homeless -- Now They Are Presenting Their Work at MIT

A dozen young Latina scientists used innovation and ingenuity to help those in need.

Business News

This Weird Tip Can Help You Clear Your Mind

Start with a literal clean slate.

Innovation

If You're Open Minded, Research Says You Might Do This

A new study finds that this trait lets you perceive more than one thing at a time.

Business News

NASA Preps to 'Touch' the Sun With Parker Solar Probe

NASA's Parker Solar Probe is scheduled to depart Earth next summer and make its way to the sun's atmosphere, the corona, about 4 million miles from its surface.

Innovation

Stephen Hawking Says We Have 100 Years to Inhabit Another Planet

Should we just start planning now?

Innovation

11 Startups Taking Advantage of Business Opportunities in Space

From 3D printed rockets to inflatable habitats, these companies are pushing humanity further out in the cosmos.

Business News

Explore the World With Google Earth's New 'Voyager' Feature

The real star of the new Google Earth, now on Chrome and Android, is Voyager, which the company calls 'a showcase of interactive guided tours.'

Living

New Study Reveals Why Sleep Deprivation Makes People More Forgetful

If you're not getting a full night of rest, then your memory is going to pay for it.