The team tests germs for antibiotic resistance, which has become the scourge of hospitals all over the world. NBC News reports.
What does the future hold for our understanding of the brain? Could we digitize our memories and personalities? Michio Kaku, physics professor at the University of New York, discusses.
Will science ever be able to replicate the complexity of the human brain - or more specifically, the consciousness that makes us human?
With telekinetic-based technology, such as “first-thought controlled bionic” limbs becoming a reality, what can we expect next? CNBC investigates.
Telepathy, or mind reading, is now the subject of intense investigation by scientists around the world. UC Berkeley’s Jack Gallant and University of New York’s Michio Kaku explore further into the concept.
Historically, with each new discovery, a new model of the brain has emerged, with one of the earliest being the “homunculus”. But what does the future hold for our understanding of the brain?
Is it possible that one day we can leave our physical bodies behind? That one day humans can traverse, not just to planets, but the stars and beyond? Well, according to the laws of physics, we can.
Jeff Stier, senior fellow at the National Center for Public Policy Research, says it's too way early to sound the alarm over a recent cancer study.
NOAA's Climate Prediction Center estimates how much above average temperatures are going to be over historical summers.
A new U.S. study on rats is giving new life to the debate on whether cellphone use causes cancer. NBCNews reports.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell talks with Dr. Jennifer Doudna, UC Berkeley professor and CRISPR technology pioneer about the scientific breakthrough of editing genes as a possible cure for hundreds of diseases.
Tom Abraham-James, director at Helium One, talks about the business opportunities and growth areas for helium gas.
*Fast, precise new tool for editing crops and livestock. LONDON, May 26- Heat-tolerant Angus beef cattle designed for the tropics with white coats instead of black or red. In a research lab in Norwich, 100 miles northeast of London, Wendy Harwood is making exact DNA tweaks in barley plants to produce better-germinating grain, with higher yield and quality.
Electrical signals help govern our body, and scientists hope that by adjusting those signals, they can treat diseases more precisely than with pills.
Record temperatures, drought, rain and La Nina: NOAA's Climate Prediction Center has been issuing outlooks for what lies ahead this summer.
DARPA BTO Director Dr. Justin Sanchez spoke to CNBC about technologies to help brain functions, reports CNBC's Meg Tirrell.
Exotic ingredients mean beer may have been the ancient Chinese version of a $70,000 Bordeaux meant to impress friends, say archaeologists.
Fluctuations in blood pressure could lead to brain decline, heart attack and stroke.
Neil Dwane, global strategist at Allianz Global Investors, says many Bayer investors will view the deal negatively as they won't own Monsanto.
Herbal remedies, used around the world, are thought of as largely innocuous alternatives to conventional medicine. They aren't, say two doctors.