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Gold And Other Precious In Human Poo Are Worth Millions

You could never have imagined human poop was so useful. Did you know that your urine can generate sufficient electricity given its use as a fertilizer and your poop can be recycled unto sustainable bioplastic? Like it or not, it can even be transformed... 

New Study Finds Marijuana Much Safe Than Alcohol and Tobacco

If a recent study published in Scientific Reports is to be believed, Marijuana has been found to be about 114 times less deadly compared to alcohol. A total of seven deadliest drugs included in the study were as follows: alcohol, cocaine, ecstacy, heroine,... 

Here’s What The Color of Your Urine Says About Your Health

Urine comes in many different colours; blue, green, yellow and even red at times. It has got to be said; though, that having the urine feature so many colours isn’t exactly a healthy thing. Thus, it is a good thing to be able to judge the state of your... 

Scientists Confirm Existance of a New Type Of Chemical Bond – The Vibrational Bond

As a Chemistry student you must be aware of a number of chemical bonds including: van der Waals, covalent, ionic and hydrogen bonds. However, a new research has revealed the presence of another type known as vibrational bonding. It’s not an entirely... 

Here Are The World’s Safest Cities for 2015

You would expect sheer menace with over 38 million people in a city, wouldn’t you? One would imagine that associating the word ‘safest city’ with such a place wouldn’t capture the true picture. The Safe Cities Index 2015 proves otherwise; Tokyo... 

You Make Better Decisions When You’re Hungry, Study Says

Your instincts would tell you that you are better off filling your belly with food before making an important decision. Latest research suggests quite the contrary. Researchers from the Utrecht University in the Netherlands have discovered that hunger... 

If You Can’t Smell Anymore, The Grim Reaper Maybe Knocking On Your Door

The sense of smell is most important in sensing danger. Smoke, poisonous gas, any familiar odour may help save your life at any given moment. As it turns out, the sharpness of this particular sense also helps to determine whether the grim reaper is near. A... 

Artificial Sweeteners May Cause Glucose Intolerance, Study Says

Fans of artificial sweeteners better go easy on them, especially aspartame. Reason? Simple enough, they tend to induce glucose intolerance. This has been witnessed among mice and is true in case of certain humans as well. The study published in Nature... 

Scientists Grow A Whole Organ Inside An Animal For The First Time

There is good news for folks who were waiting for someone to grow an organ inside an animal’s body. University of Edinburgh researchers from Scotland have achieved this feat. The team of researchers extracted a sample of cells from an embryo of a mouse... 

World’s Fastest Camera Captures 4.4 TRILLION Frames Per Second

The race for faster and more furious just got big in the imaging and photography department. Japanese researchers have recently designed a motion picture camera which is capable of capturing 4.4 trillion frames per second. That’s right; it makes this...