lightning

Elon Musk, the co-founder of PayPal, SpaceX and Tesla Motors, envisions a future for electric cars and now comes up with a glittering Superchargers for all! This is what the future might look like.

Read More

 

thumb

Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories have tested a concept that may put us one step closer to nuclear fusion power.

Read More

 

Mosaic View from Above

University of Nebraska-Lincoln crew uncovers massive Roman-era mosaic in Turkey.

Read More

 

soda can

A study published in the September 19th edition of the Journal of the American Medical Association has raised concerns about a commonly used chemical, bisphenol A(BPA), and its link to obesity in children and teens.

Read More

 

[Image Credit: http://kalafudra.wordpress.com/2008/07/21/photic-sneeze-reflex-unusual-wikipedia-monday/]

Why do we suffer from allergies? In an intriguing evolutionary tale that goes over centuries, our immune systems have learned to depend on micro-organisms to suppress allergic reactions. In a day of sanitizers and antibacterial soaps, they turn to other options.

Read More

 

Cilantro (also called coriander) is commonly used in many cuisines across the world. Different populations, however, often have sharply contrasting perceptions of its taste.

Genetic data from Europeans tells us that differences in our smell receptors could explain why people have sharply divisive responses to the taste of the herb cilantro.

Read More

 

Beauty

Read the riveting story of how a group of compassionate people and some unlikely scientific tools helped give an American bald eagle a second chance at life.

Read More

 

Image Credit: Wikimedia Commons

Scientists have used rat brain cells to discover the pathways that lead to the aging of the brain. This knowledge could be important in understanding age-related diseases.

Read More

 

light_switch

Researchers have created the world’s first light controlled switch, allowing them to create light controlled gates. The nanowire switches promise to speed up today’s computers manifold! Here’s the lowdown on the deal.

Read More

 

Speaking our your fears may help you face them. [Image credit: learnamericanenglishonline.com]

Researchers at the University California, Los Angeles, have found that saying your fears before facing them actually reduces the fear itself.

Read More

 

Whip

NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory captures incredible images of “whip-like” solar filament measuring one half million miles long.

Read More

 

Image Credit: University of Michigan Health System

Researches have inserted a gene into mice that couldn’t smell which restores their ability to perceive odors.

Read More

 

DSC_0163

Crosstalk between two halves of a brain region has shown to be linked to arithmetic ability.

Read More

 

This age-old conflict runs deep enough for evolution to have acted upon it! [Image Credit: towntopics]

Why do women stop reproducing around the age of 50? Conflict between mother-in-law and daughter-in law could explain this to an extent, according to evolutionary theory.

Read More

 

Sleeping might be less wasteful that you thought. [Image Credit: wikipedia]

How much can our brain take in while we are sleeping? New experiments have shown that our brain can process smells and sounds that are presented during sleep, and remember this information on waking up.

Read More

 

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 35
 
Copyright 2006-2012 Techie Buzz. All Rights Reserved. Our content may not be reproduced on other websites. Content Delivery by MaxCDN