Scientists Register New Teleportation Landmark

In a new teleportation landmark, researchers at Yale University have managed to teleport a quantum gate between qubits, whenever they wish. The mechanism behind this intriguing phenomenon is quantum teleportation, a major... Read more »

The Cause Behind Nosebleeds According to Scientists

60 percent of people have at least one epistaxis, or how we call it, a nosebleed, and they have no idea why. Out of nowhere, there is a little thread of blood... Read more »

A Worm Species Mate in a Bioluminescent Swarm and Scientists Found the Enzyme Responsible

In a new study, scientists from the American Museum of Natural History found which enzymes are responsible for an incredible phenomenon involving fireworms. We are talking about a mating display that is... Read more »

Scientists to Discover How To Stabilize Plasma In Fusion Reactors

Scientists have figured out how to keep the plasma stable in nuclear fusion reactors and keep temperature and thickness levels from tilting all over. These new discoveries constitute a critical advancement in... Read more »

Partnership Announced Between Watson Health and the VA – Match a Team of Scientists

The partnership of IBM Watson Health and the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) was announced on Thursday. The main goal of this cooperation will be to help the Veterans affected by late... Read more »

The Brightest Object in the Early Universe has just been Observed by Scientists

A new quasar has just been discovered by scientists, as they captured an extremely bright radio signal from the universe’s earliest days. A fast-moving material ejecting from the massive celestial object was... Read more »

China Invited Researchers All Over The World to Do Experiments on their Future Space Station

China will have by the end of 2022 the biggest space station to orbit our planet: China Space Station. This is what Shi Zhongjun, China’s ambassador to the UN said in a... Read more »

Canada 150 Program Brings International ‘Brain Gain’ for Canadian Universities

Last summer, in June, Science Minister Kirsty Duncan stated that they are looking to hire bright international researchers to come and work in Canada. For grants of over $1 million, Duncan has... Read more »