02/22/2018 / By David Williams

Rocket science is not a realm which belongs exclusively to the just the United States and the National Aeronautics and

http://www.scientific.news/2018-02-22-japans-space-agency-successfully-launches-smallest-rocket-orbit.html

02/22/2018 / By David Williams

MXene is a relatively new miracle material that has captured the curiosity of scientists from all over the world. Broadly

http://www.scientific.news/2018-02-22-mxene-new-miracle-material-with-applications-in-energy-storage-biology-electronics-medicine.html

02/22/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

The climate change alarmists appear to be up to their usual tricks, with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

http://www.scientific.news/2018-02-22-noaa-caught-again-altering-temperature-data-to-exaggerate-global-warming-hoax.html

02/22/2018 / By David Williams

Fracking is a risky practice that is known to have a number of negative consequences. Now a new study conducted

http://www.scientific.news/2018-02-22-study-links-pollution-from-fracking-to-low-birth-weight-babies.html

02/21/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

When a natural cure starts to gain a lot of attention for its efficacy in treating a particular ailment, those

http://www.scientific.news/2018-02-21-jama-study-falsely-claims-no-benefit-for-heart-disease-sufferers-omega-3s.html

02/21/2018 / By Edsel Cook

There’s no such thing as ‘brand loyalty’ or ‘store loyalty’ for Americans when it comes to groceries. The findings of a

http://www.scientific.news/2018-02-21-research-of-consumer-buying-habits-reveals-groceries-stores.html

02/21/2018 / By David Williams

With the emergence of flexible — as in bendable — consumer electronic devices like smartphones and smartwatches, the demand has

http://www.scientific.news/2018-02-21-new-flexible-lithium-ion-battery-flexes-like-a-spine-revolutionize-wearable-electronics.html

02/21/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Smart coatings: they’re either too soft and wear down easily, or too hard and offer little room for flexibility. This

http://www.scientific.news/2018-02-21-smart-coating-hard-like-enamel-self-heal-inspired-by-human-skin.html

02/20/2018 / By David Williams

Have you ever been curious about what the surface of the planet Mars looks like nowadays? As luck would have

http://www.scientific.news/2018-02-20-pictures-from-the-mars-curiosity-rover-reveal-an-earthly-looking-landscape.html

02/20/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Viruses exist in their trillions on earth, but could there be viruses just flitting about in the far reaches of

http://www.scientific.news/2018-02-20-not-just-little-green-men-alien-life-may-also-come-in-the-form-of-bacteria-and-viruses.html

02/19/2018 / By Mike Adams

Much of what gets published in so-called “science journals” or “medical journals” is actually complete “bulls##t,” warn many observers. Brendan

http://www.scientific.news/2018-02-19-science-is-broken-and-the-peer-review-process-produces-utter-bullst-parading-around-as-real-science.html

02/19/2018 / By Zoey Sky

No one really thinks twice about the wastewater generated by sinks and toilets, but a team of Canadian scientists has recently

http://www.scientific.news/2018-02-19-tracking-wastewater-artificial-sweeteners-chemical-markers.html

02/19/2018 / By Ralph Flores

Our body is home to a lot of organisms besides our cells. While some of them may be pathogenic, waiting

http://www.scientific.news/2018-02-19-natural-bacteria-killing-viruses-in-the-bladder-more-effective-at-clearing-utis-than-antibiotics.html

02/18/2018 / By Tracey Watson

There is no doubt that a cancer diagnosis is absolutely devastating. Sadly, most of us have been affected by this

http://www.scientific.news/2018-02-18-cancer-vaccine-isnt-a-vaccine-at-all-its-actually-immunotherapy.html

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