The Underground Neutrino Experiment to Make a Great Discovery About Matter

If equal measures of matter and antimatter were framed in the Big Bang more than 13 billion years back, one would have obliterated the other after their encounter, and the present universe... Read more »

One of the World’s Most Brilliant Minds Passed Away This Month

Professor Stephen Hawking is considered to be one of the most brilliant people who ever lived on Earth. Despite his physical condition and all odds, he lived more than science predicted, but... Read more »

Kensington, Philadelphia is Discussing the Possibility of Having a Safe Opioid Injection site

Kensington, Philadelphia is a large neighbourhood, but the most unpleasant statistics associated with it is that here have happened many overdose deaths and most of the residents suffer from an opioid addiction.... Read more »

Gairdner International Science Award Winners Tell us Insights of our Genetic Marks

Peter Hegemann is one of the brilliant scientists awarded at Canada’s Gairdner International Awards. One of the most interesting facts connected with his innovations is that they are evidence of a natural... Read more »

Best Tips to Coming out Sane After a Heavy Work Week

We have all been there at one point or another in our lives, we were completely done after a work day and just wanted to get home and sleep in order to... Read more »

Ontario Liberal Budget Plans to Include Free Daycare for Preschoolers

The Liberals in Ontario have planned to make full-day daycare free for all children that are 2-and-a-half until they can go to kindergarten. The program will be set in motion starting with... Read more »

Medical Groups Sue FDA for Delaying E-cigarette and Cigar Regulation

The Food and Drug Administration has just been sued for delaying some rules for e-cigarettes and cigars. The delay will result in exposing consumers for years to tobacco products that contain “lethal... Read more »

One More Year Until Brexit. How’s the U.K Handling It?

Save the date: it’s going to be on March 29, 2019, when the United Kingdom will no longer be a member of the European Union. But what will it actually mean to... Read more »

It Looks like Cholera is Making a Comeback on Vancouver Island

Cholera is a disease that spreads largely due to feces contaminating water sources. Yes, it can be passed from one person to another but that is very rare. It is more likely... Read more »

Are We on Mars? Orange Snow Covers Eastern Europe

If you have stumbled upon photographs of orange snow on the mountains in Eastern Europe, they are not filtered to look like that! The color of rust was brought from the Sahara... Read more »