Scientists May Have Breached Ethical Protocol To Study Human Brain

Scientists May Have Breached Ethical Protocol To Study Human Brain

Researchers from Green Neuroscience Laboratory have warned that scientists may have surpassed the ethical line while growing lumps of the human brain in the lab. These little lumps or mini-brains are called Organoids. Researchers have a strong intuition that while transplanting these tissues into animals, scientists may have overlooked moral boundaries. The creation of Organoids has been the hottest topic in the field of neuroscience. They are the only size of a pea. The splotch of tissues is made from stem cells. Some scientists have developed spontaneous brain waves, which…

Read More

NASA has just invented a spacesuit to be worn by the First Female on the Moon

NASA has just invented a spacesuit to be worn by the First Female on the Moon

NASA revealed on Tuesday (Oct. 15) new spacesuit models that the first person to walk on the moon would wear. In an activity here at the headquarters of the space agency, NASA principal Jim Bridenstine and spacesuit causes give a first closer expression at two next-generation spacesuits considered for the Artemis program of the agency, which goals to terrestrial the first woman and the then gentleman on the moon by 2024. “We’re going to the moon by 2024, and we want it to be safe, “said NASA supervisor Jim Bridenstine…

Read More

NASA Reschedules First All-Female Spacewalk For October 21

NASA Reschedules First All-Female Spacewalk For October 21

After some initial setback due to a lack of a medium-sized spacesuit, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration has rescheduled the first all-female spacewalk for October 21. NASA has announced that astronauts Christina Koch and Anne McClain of the International Space Station will pair up for a spacewalk later this month. Earlier, the spacewalk was scheduled for International Women’s Month in March but was cancelled because properly fitted spacesuits were not available. Both the astronauts needed a medium-size torso component, but it was available only for one of them. McClain…

Read More

What is the cause of mysterious blobs in the galaxy?

What is the cause of mysterious blobs in the galaxy?

DEEP SPACE experts are puzzled by an odd source in a galaxy producing bright beams near the Earth. These beams seem to sequence in an array of enigmatic colors. NASA has said that they are not able to clarify the cause or ramifications for the existence of the phenomenon. Till now, several researchers presented different theories regarding the presence of these green blobs. NASA described that if an item comes closer to the black hole, the energy of gravity pulls the object apart. This movement brings the remains into an…

Read More

New Research Claims that an Asteroid Crash might have Caused Extinction of all the Dinosaurs

New Research Claims that an Asteroid Crash might have Caused Extinction of all the Dinosaurs

Researchers claimed that they had discovered new facts about the day when an asteroid hit the Earth and killed off all living beings that include dinosaurs. Scientists believe that the asteroid collided with the Earth around 65 million years from now near what is stated as Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico nowadays. The force of that massive asteroid bang is estimated to be equal to the strength of around ten billion nuclear bombs. The U.S. Space Agency National Aeronautics and Space Administration has predicted that the strike created a huge dip….

Read More

Avoid using mouthwash to retain benefits of exercise

Avoid using mouthwash to retain benefits of exercise

A study was conducted recently by researchers at Plymouth University, UK, which stated that inadvertent gulping of mouthwash could reduce benefits of exercise. When we exercise, the diameter of the blood vessel broadens and helps keep blood pressure down. Even after a few hours of working out, blood pressure is below average which is also called post-exercise hypotension. There is no concrete reason as to why it happens. When we exercise, our body produces more nitric oxide which enlarges our blood vessels. The research emphasizes the importance of bacteria in…

Read More

America’s Kids are in Danger Owing to Excess Drinking to Blacking Out

America’s Kids are in Danger Owing to Excess Drinking to Blacking Out

The problematic and pervasive culture among teenager and youth in America is increasing rapidly. In America, at college campuses, various activities such as sexual assault resulted in fraternity hazing deaths. Though these events get the attention of the nation after a disaster happens and turns into issues. There were few instances such as Brock Turner attacks sexually to an unconscious lady behind a dumpster in Stanford; Timothy Piazza became dead owing to consumption of 18 drinks in merely 82 minutes of span in Penn State. In the existing culture of…

Read More