CERN is Working on a New Particle Accelerator

The entire word was fascinated when CERN announced its particle accelerator. The massive device helped the researchers to discover useful information that has dramatically advanced our knowledge of particles, physics, and other... Read more »

Artificial Intelligence Can Now Diagnose PTSD

PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) is a mysterious, debilitating mental condition that affects many people around the world. Across Canada, PTSD is also particularly common, so any new methods to tackle it are more... Read more »

British Columbia’s 500-million-Year-Old Fossil Deposit Adds A Branch To the Tree of Life

In his peer-reviewed study which was published Wednesday in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B (UK), Joe Moysiuk shows that a bug-like creature found in the ancient Burgess Shale fossil deposit... Read more »

A Scientist Anticipated The Ultima Thule “Snowman” Appearance 40 Years Ago

NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft returned a series of images on January 2nd, showing the Ultima Thule space object in the Kuiper Belt. We’ve learned back then that Ultima Thule is formed by two united... Read more »

This Official Major Threat To World Health Is Unbelievably Ridiculous, But Real

What dangerous diseases could lurk around the world in 2019? The World Health Organization has a list with the biggest threat this year so far, and among the ones we already assumed... Read more »

A Beautiful Lunar Eclipse will Take Place Next Week

January is shaping up to be a great month for stargazers. Those that love to watch the moon will be in for a treat next week when the only total lunar eclipse... Read more »

Large Study Finds Our Genes Are Associated With Risk Behavior and Risk Tolerance

A large international team of scientists, including Jonathan Beauchamp, economist, and geneticist at the University of Toronto, has found that a person’s willingness to taking risk is associated with 124 genetic variants.... Read more »

Is this Interstellar Object an Alien Spacecraft? Harvard University Scientist Believes So

When a mysterious space object flew through our solar system in October 2017, leaving us three months later, a Harvard University scientist theorized that it could be an alien spacecraft sent to... Read more »

Steam-Powered Spaceships Would Fly Through Space Indefinitely Without Running Out Of Fuel

Imagine a spacecraft capable of cruising in the Universe forever, without depending on combustible or solar power. That would be the future of space travel, for sure, and we’re not talking about nuclear-based... Read more »

China Is Growing Cotton Plants On The Dark Side Of The Moon

China undoubtedly has the most ambitious space program at the moment, surpassing NASA by far, at least for now. Not only that the Chinese space agency sent a lunar lander to the... Read more »