World's first genetically modified humans born
By: Terrence Aym
A story ripped from the pages of Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World," has become reality: 30 genetically modified babies were born.After the news was released a new debate broke out about the ethics of some modern medical research.Some wonder if the future...
Scientists create mind-reading rats
By: Terrence Aym
Telepathy has come to the laboratory and it promises a mind-boggling future. Like any new scientific breakthrough, the technology that follows can be developed to create miracles and benefit the human race, or weaponized into horrific new forms of death or oppression.Potential battlefield use...
By: Christyl Rivers
The science of zoology began since the first human being was curious about all other animals. In ancient Greece, the curiosity became known as natural history. Scholars like Galen and Aristotle, only two of the many natural historians, wrote extensively about what differentiated animals from...
Scientists discover signs of ancient life in Antarctic Lake
By: Leigh Goessl
British researchers believe they have found signs of ancient life residing in the Antarctic region. The organisms are estimated to be about 100,000 years old and live underneath the depths of the ice-covered Lake Hodgson, which is located on the Antarctic Peninsula. According to...
British scientist claims to have found alien life in Earth's atmosphere
By: Leigh Goessl
A group of scientists in Britain have claimed to have found tiny organisms in the Earth's atmosphere that came from outer space. The team, from University of Sheffield and Buckingham University, described the find in the clouds as potentially being "revolutionary" and might possibly "completely...

 

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