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This Monday, medical researchers in China and the U.S. report that they have made an artificial intelligence tool that c...
04/02/2020
New research uses AI to predicts lung disease in COVID-19 patients

This Monday, medical researchers in China and the U.S. report that they have made an artificial intelligence tool that can predict lung disease development in COVID-19 patients.

Medical researchers in China and the U.S. have made an artificial intelligence tool that can predict lung disease development in COVID-19 patients.

Apollo 50th: First Crew Launches on Apollo 7
10/12/2018
Apollo 50th: First Crew Launches on Apollo 7

Apollo 50th: First Crew Launches on Apollo 7

On October 11th, 1968, just 15 months from President Kennedy's deadline for a moon landing, NASA launched its first Apollo crew into space. Apollo 7's Wally ...

Here Are 23 Facts About Left-Handed People That You Didn’t Know About. The Last One Surprised Me
10/03/2018
Here Are 23 Facts About Left-Handed People That You Didn’t Know About. The Last One Surprised Me

Here Are 23 Facts About Left-Handed People That You Didn’t Know About. The Last One Surprised Me

Have you ever known a left-handed person? I myself am right-handed and have no problem finding all of the products that I need because most are geared towards the right hand, but I have known lefties and they seem to struggle a little with some everyday tasks. However, they also tend to be more inde...

What If The Most Powerful Nuclear Bomb Explodes In Space
10/01/2018
What If The Most Powerful Nuclear Bomb Explodes In Space

What If The Most Powerful Nuclear Bomb Explodes In Space

During the Cold War, the US government launched a 1.4 megaton bomb into space. Starfish Prime, as the test was called, was the highest-altitude nuclear test in ...

Why Do We Need a 23 Million Digit Prime Number?
09/30/2018
Why Do We Need a 23 Million Digit Prime Number?

Why Do We Need a 23 Million Digit Prime Number?

Finding the biggest prime number might not only have applications in computing, it could also win you some serious money. Here's how. The 'Ham Sandwich ...

What's at the Bottom of the Deepest Lake in the World?
09/28/2018
What's at the Bottom of the Deepest Lake in the World?

What's at the Bottom of the Deepest Lake in the World?

Besides being the deepest lake on Earth, Lake Baikal supports a bizarre collection of species that are found nowhere else! Hosted by: Olivia Gordon Head to ...

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12/21/2014
We are not so different after all

ScienceHotspot: Evolution does not assert that humans are FROM apes but rather, humans and apes share a common ancestry along an evolutionary hierarchy. This modern day revelation has sparked much outrage within the religious realm, perhaps because this rational conclusion struck at the bedrock of religion, how man is not an isolated creation, but part of the diverse and beautiful evolutionary chain. Either way, it does not take much to be blown away by our unbelievable similarities.

12/08/2014

ScienceHotspot: Building a heart from stem cells. Amazing!

12/08/2014

ScienceHotspot: Robots coming to life!

12/05/2014

ScienceHotspot.info: Heart Stop Beating | Jeremiah Zagar AKA "The Man Without a Heart"

12/05/2014

ScienceHotspot.info: The humbling realization that we are infinitely small relative to the universe.

12/05/2014

ScienceHotspot.info: Apple Commercial - Here's to the Crazy Ones (1997)

12/05/2014

ScienceHotspot: Pahoa Lava Flow at the Pahoa Transfer Station

12/05/2014

ScienceHotspot.info: Man Helps Dead Shark Give Birth To 3 Babies

11/24/2014
Humanists UK

Depressing but true?

A short Humanist animation about death, afterlife, and living in the here and now.

Written & produced by the British Humanist Association, and narrated by Stephen Fry. Animated by Hyebin Lee. Thank you to Alom Shaha, Craig Duncan, Andrew Copson, and Sara Passmore That's Humanism logo design by Nick Cousins

ScienceHotspot: We Finally Know How The Pyramids Were Made!It's about TIME!
11/17/2014
We Finally Know How The Pyramids Were Made!

ScienceHotspot: We Finally Know How The Pyramids Were Made!
It's about TIME!

For thousands of years, the mystery of how the pyramids in Egypt were made has puzzled the world. Do we finally know the answer? Join Laci as she discusses how the answer might be more obvious than we thought! Follow

10/27/2014

ScienceHotspot -> Fun Fact: Why do we get goosebumps?

Goosebumps are a Vestigial Structure found in humans (evolutionary structure which once had a use but is no longer the case).

We get goosebumps when we get scared or cold, but given we no longer have that much fur it no longer makes us seem larger or provides insulation, respectively.

ScienceHotspot - Documentary: The Mars Underground [HD]
10/18/2014
The Mars Underground [HD]

ScienceHotspot - Documentary: The Mars Underground [HD]

"This film captures the spirit of Mars pioneers who refuse to let their dreams be put on hold by a slumbering space program. Their passionate urge to walk the soil of an alien world is infectious and inspirational. This

ScienceHotspot: Evidence of Life After Death?
10/18/2014
Evidence of Life After Death?

ScienceHotspot: Evidence of Life After Death?

The largest ever medical study into near-death and out-of-body experiences has discovered that some awareness may continue even after the brain has shut down completely.Watch the video for more on the findings. What ar

ScienceHotspot -> Bees: Hornet cooked by Japanese bees
10/15/2014
Hornet cooked by bees

ScienceHotspot -> Bees: Hornet cooked by Japanese bees

Bees raise their body temperature to cook an invading hornet

ScienceHotspot - Global Warming: They Took A Camera To A Remote Area In Greenland, And What They Recorded Is Simply Terr...
10/12/2014
"CHASING ICE" captures largest glacier calving ever filmed - OFFICIAL VIDEO

ScienceHotspot - Global Warming: They Took A Camera To A Remote Area In Greenland, And What They Recorded Is Simply Terrifying!

On May 28, 2008, Adam LeWinter and Director Jeff Orlowski filmed a historic breakup at the Ilulissat Glacier in Western Greenland. The calving event lasted for 75 minutes and the glacier retreated a full mile across a c

ScienceHotspot - Health -> Stem Cell: Did Scientists Just Cure Type 1 Diabetes?
10/12/2014
Did Scientists Just Cure Type 1 Diabetes?

ScienceHotspot - Health -> Stem Cell: Did Scientists Just Cure Type 1 Diabetes?

The Telegraph‘s Sarah Knapton reports that scientists at Harvard University have discovered how to use stem-cells to manufacture insulin-producing cells, paving the way to a cure for Type 1 diabetes... Read More At: h

ScienceHotspot - Documentary: The Hunt For Higgs
10/11/2014
The Hunt For Higgs - Documentary

ScienceHotspot - Documentary: The Hunt For Higgs

The Higgs boson or Higgs particle is an elementary particle initially theorised in 1964, whose discovery was announced at CERN on 4 July 2012. The discovery has been called "monumental" because it appears to confirm the

Interesting!
10/02/2014
How Cheetahs Are Killing Themselves

Interesting!

The wild cheetah population is drastically declining. What’s causing this? Trace is here to discuss the ways that cheetahs never prosper. Read More: Cheetahs never prosper: Energy expenditure linked to population

Unfortunately, for unexplained reasons, the total population of bees are reclining at an amazing pace. This phenomenon c...
10/02/2014
Tiny, Robotic Bees Could Change the World

Unfortunately, for unexplained reasons, the total population of bees are reclining at an amazing pace. This phenomenon can have catastrophic repercussions in the process of nature and biological life. Can Robotics Engineers use their skills to restore the balance in nature that bees were once responsible for?

#ScienceHotspot #Bees #Engineering

Robert Wood, a National Geographic 2014 Emerging Explorer and award-winning engineer, is working on entirely new classes of robots—including a fleet of tiny, robotic bees—that may one day transform space exploration,

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