After several years of diligent research on a prospective field of bio-engineering, scientists have discovered an entity that might render human genetic modifications safer in the future. Researchers at the University of California in San Francisco have reinvigorated the prospect of genetic inquest by unveiling a protein segment that can activate or deactivate the CRISPR…
Procrastination is something that everyone does and falls prey to. However, science has shown that procrastination is not only linked with laziness or lack of motivation. There is now a scientific explanation as to why procrastination happens and why some people prefer it over accomplishing tasks ahead of time. Either way, most people will still agree that procrastinating can be more trouble than it’s worth.
Science is now proving that indeed staying warm does help cure the common cold. Scientists are finding that warmer blood temperatures help people who are infected with the common cold by creating certain enzymes that fight the virus off. Discoveries such as this gives hope for the future that the cure for the common cold might be right around the corner
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The just-concluded UCLA HSSRP was a unique educational experience.
NASA is investing in food-printing technology.