Three scientists shared the coveted prize in Chemistry for their contributions in harnessing the power of evolutionary biology to to design molecules with a range of practical uses. Those include pharmaceutical drugs, efficient and less toxic reactions involving chemicals to replace oil and some hypothetic solutions like directed evolution of enzymes known to degrade plastic.... Continue Reading →
Imagine hearing music for the first time or the voice of a loved one, the very first time. Though most of us take hearing for granted, there are some that are thrilled to hear at all.
Best selling author and Ted Talk sensation, Angela Duckworth, discovered that grit is a predictor of success. Read here to discover more about grit.
In most cities, you’d be lucky to spot Orion’s Belt, let alone the Milky Way Galaxy thanks to light pollution, but if you’re interested in seeing a truly star studded sky there are a handful of places left. Here are the top 5 locations
Doctors and scientists in the US have, for the first time, reversed brain damage in a toddler who was submerged in the pool for over 15 minutes. Giving the young girl a second life. After her mother discovered her, she immediately began CPR but Eden wasn’t successfully resuscitated until 2 hours after drowning by doctors... Continue Reading →
Panda Power Plant will be able to produce 3.2 billion kilowatt hours of solar energy over the course of 25 years