This beautiful girl, Saya, has taken the internet by storm and this is not because…
For treating a wide range of cancers like melanoma, as well as auto-immune conditions and infectious diseases, an implantable cancer vaccine is being tested by Harvard’s Wyss Institute is a completely new set of immunotherapy that holds a big promise to heal or treat a wide range of cancer. Read the Post Cancer Vaccine on Implant Reprograms Our Cells
This has been achieved for the first time that scientists have been successful in storing the brain of pigs alive even after the animals are being beheaded.
The team of the scientists has been successful in reanimating the organs by restoring circulation. While doing so, they have proved that billions of individual cells stay still alive capable of performing a normal activity for up to 36 hours. Read the Post Pig Brains Kept Alive Outside Bodies For the First Time
Think of EchoPixel technology is much like InnerSpace but instead of actually minimizing scientists and shooting them into your body to find disease, the medical imaging startup lets doctors pinpoint problem areas from CT, MRI, and ultrasound scans using 3D glasses and a special display.
Automation for Everything
To add to our fears about the future, it seems we’re running out of letters with which to name successive generations: after Baby Boomers, came generation X, then Millennials (aka Gen-Y), who have now been succeeded by Generation Z. Whether or not one finds any symbolism, omen, or irony in this is beside the point. What is important to ask is: what kind of world will those born in the XXI century grow up in? Read the Post Will Automation Lead to a Work-less Future for Humans?