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Scientists Create Artificial Blood For Humans ‘Will Be Manufactured In Factories’

This might sound like something straight out of a criminal investigation TV show but rest assured this is real. A trial is all that stands between blood production on a wider scale. It would involve production of artificial blood derived from stem cells... 

Large Hadron Collider Discovers a New Type of Matter: Exotic hadrons

Exotic hadrons are the latest group of subatomic particles recently discovered by Large Hadron Collider. Large Hadron Collider remained off for the last year or so and CERN has now started to work on the collider. Once it is brought back on next year,... 

Procrastination Is in Your Genes, Research Says

Researchers from University of Colorado recently unveiled the major factor behind the act of procrastinating. A fresh study conducted by the researchers at Boulder revealed that genetic factors play a pivotal role in the act of procrastination. It is... 

Top 10 Successful College Dropouts

A rising education debt and uncertain job market weigh heavily on students, but we promise there is hope! Here are 10 of the top college dropouts who are crazy successful today. 1. David Karp, Tumblr Tumblr, acquired by Yahoo for $1.1 billion, is one... 

This Device Can Recharge Your Smartphones in 30 Seconds

How many of you are tired of having to spend hours on recharging your smartphone devices each time they run out of juice? I am guessing all of us absolutely hate to spend that much time on devices that are hardly going to last treble the time of the recharge.... 

Taking Selfies Is Allegedly a Mental Disorder, Doctors Say

So you thought taking selfies is cool, huh? Perhaps you would like to think about it differently from now on. Taking selfies has been officially tagged as ‘selfitis’ by the American Psychiatric Association. Following a satirical post on selfies on... 

Global Impact of the Apple iPhone [INFOGRAPHIC]

There is no denying that the Apple iPhone has been a trend setter in the smartphone industry ever since its inception in 2007. Not only has it affected methods of interaction of consumers with these smartphones but it has significantly turned around the... 

Artist Turns Your Brainwaves Into 3D-Printed Sculptures

Imagine having a NeuroSky electroencephalogram sensor tightly pressed around your head as you look at a television display sporting 4K resolution with abstract ripples on view. That’s exactly how one spends the day in the Long Island New York studio... 

Why Do Zebras Have Stripes? Mystery Solved, Scientists Have The Answer

Zebra stripes are considered to be the epitome of the Almighty’s stunning creations by plenty. Many have come up with explanations to prove this. Ofcourse, it’s easy for anyone to suggest that those stripes offer good camouflage. However, Charles... 

New Mockups Show What Apple’s Superthin iPhone 6 Will End Up Looking Like [PHOTOS]

Only recently, a leak of schematics pointed at a more definitive look of what could be the next flagship phone by Apple. The content presented by the leaks was questioned, as normally expected, but Martin Hajek tweaked the dimensions presented within...