There is a hope for infertile women after scientists successfully 3D printed ovaries and used them to produce healthy offspring.
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Many of the apps and video games are expected to be entertaining and fun for the users, and that’s pretty much all that is expected from them. But there is an idea of “brain training” that goes parallel with the entertainment. Mainly that’s the idea behind plenty of apps on the market today.
For the first time in history researchers from China teleported a photon more than 500 kilometers above, to a satellite orbiting. This is a major step towards secure worldwide quantum communications, and even towards quantum internet.
Any time we go to a public pool we should be aware of the chance that there's a lot of urine in the water. Other thing that we should be aware of is how harmful can the uric acid in combination with chlorine be for our health.
Whether it's the local coffee shop, a city-wide access or a hotel, public Wi-Fi networks keep on increasing rapidly especially in urban areas, but they are not nearly as safe as we think. Even though they are protected with a password, your data is still at risk since you are sharing the network with many other people at the same time.
If you find yourself feeling awkward when surrounded with bunch of unknown faces on parties than this would be a useful piece of advice – ask the others a question. Where are you from? How did you meet the host? Is there any more wine? It should go smoothly.
We can all admit that emotions reach the surface after some few glasses of wine. But there are scientific proves that claim, our emotional response to wine much earlier.
Capture the most beautiful moments of the sunset or sunrise in nature. Here are some tricks on how to be more successful when making photos with your smartphone.
At the recent Facebook developer conference Oculus Research predicted that AR glasses are about to replace smartphones in the next 5 years. Introducing augmented reality instead of smartphones is just one of the future technology projects that Facebook is developing.
A robotic company Open Bionics, creating cost-effective, modifiable and low turnaround time 3D printed bionic hands, could help millions of amputees with its products. If the the hand came up to be safe and effective on the clinical trial, it could radically change prosthetic care.