RT | Britain is set to become the first country in the world to allow a controversial IVF technique that produces embryos with DNA from three people in an attempt to rid some affected families of serious genetic disorders.
RT | Biggest observed meteorite impact on the moon happened and we did’t hear about it – until now.
Brass Check TV | Modern science has become a conspiracy of ignorance…
In an ancient Egyptian catacomb, a National Geographic explorer made an astonishing discovery — millions of puppy mummies.
Yahoo! News | Determining how these animals first made it to Africa is now an important research question along with many others.
Solar Superstorm: UK Must Take Immediate Measures To Prepare For Sun’s Wrath, Says Royal Academy of Engineering
Michael RundleHuffington Post UKThe UK must make immediate plans to cope with a massive solar ‘superstorm’, the Royal Academy of Engineering has said.The Sun is constantly sending bursts of radiation and other particles towards the Earth, and such ‘solar weather’ already affects satellites, radio waves and communications networks.But roughly once a century massive eruptions on [...]
The UK government has given the green-light to the resumption of the controversial gas-drilling technique, known as fracking. The UK government has given the green-light to the resumption of the controversial gas-drilling technique, known as fracking… -
Washington Post Darryl FearsIn a government lab where scientists slice open dead animals to study the exotic diseases that killed them, Carol Meteyer peered through a microscope at hundreds of little bats and started to notice something very weird.The bats had managed to survive the white-nose fungus that had killed millions of other bats hibernating in caves, [...]
Whistleblower and former NSA crypto-mathematician who served in the agency for decades – virtual privacy in US, Petraeus affair and whistleblowers’ odds in fight against the authorities are among key topics of this exclusive interview… ….
The Return of the Mammoth? Russian and South Korean Scientists Sign Deal to Bring Extinct Beast Back To Life
Huffington Post Russian and South Korea scientists have teamed up to recreate a woolly mammoth – a prehistoric creature that last walked the earth some 4,500 years ago. The deal was signed on Tuesday by Vasily Vasiliev, of North-Eastern Federal University of the Sakha Republic and stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-Suk of South Korea’s Sooam Biotech Research [...]