Nearly all former pro football players had brain injury, new study shows
Nearly all former pro football players had brain injury, new study shows
Jeremy Morrow - Jul 25, 2017
In all, the researchers looked at 202 brains that belonged to football players at all levels. CTE was present in 87 percent.
Cliff Mooneyham - Jul 25, 2017
A nine-year-old boy was roaming around the Organ Mountains near Las Cruces, New Mexico, with his family in November when he literally stumbled on a rare paleontological find: the fossilized skull of a million-year-old stegomastodon.
Cliff Mooneyham - Jul 25, 2017
In February 2016, two-year-old Eden Carlson made it through a baby gate and toppled into the family swimming pool. She was submerged in the cold water for as long as 15 minutes before being found, according to a Newsweek report.
Jose Jefferies - Jul 21, 2017
New excavations of an aboriginal rock shelter called Madjedbebe push back the date when humans first came to Australia by between 5,000 and 18,000 years.
Linda Mack - Jul 18, 2017
The researchers published their findings in the journal Neuron.
Carmelo Sheppard - Jul 14, 2017
A massive iceberg that scientists have been predicting would separate from the Larsen C ice shelf in Antarctica has finally proved them right, according to an announcement by researchers Wednesday.
Jason Spencer - Jul 14, 2017
The study is published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Clint Huston - Jul 13, 2017
While humans have been monitoring the great storm since 1830, scientists think it may have been raging for more than 350 years.
Jason Spencer - Jul 13, 2017
They found that people who drank a cup of coffee each day were 12 percent less likely die, according to a USC statement.
David Sims - Jul 05, 2017
The tower was described in contemporary accounts of the Spanish conquistadores when they captured the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan, which later became Mexico City.
Harry Marcolis - Jul 05, 2017
Gayle Jessup White is Sally Hemings' great-great-great-great niece and also works at Monticello's Community Engagement Officer.
Jason Spencer - Jul 04, 2017
Its operators have their sights set on Didymos, a small asteroid that will approach Earth at around that date.
Lila Alexander - Jul 03, 2017
It is the fourth state to sue opioid manufacturers over their marketing practices in the past month.
James Carlin - Jul 03, 2017
Paypal founder Peter Thiel has invested $100,000 in a Harvard University research group trying to bring a woolly mammoth to life.
Jeremy Morrow - Jun 30, 2017
They warn that plastic waste tonnage is steadily building up in the world's oceans and coastal ecosystems and will imperil the health of plants, animals, and humans across the globe.
Dirk Trudeau - Jun 26, 2017
By reducing launch costs, space becomes much more accessible to enterprises with limited resources.
Lila Alexander - Jun 24, 2017
The Trump administration is lifting Endangered Species protections for grizzly bears in and around Yellowstone, the Interior Department's Fish and Wildlife Service announced Thursday.
Joyce Clark - Jun 24, 2017
Astronomers now know of more than 4,000 planets orbiting stars other than our sun, but they do not know for sure if any single one of them could hold life.
Harry Marcolis - Jun 24, 2017
They found that the prosthetic toe was exquisitely crafted and refitted several times to match the woman's foot perfectly.
Mae Owen - Jun 20, 2017
At least 100 new cases of lone-star tick bites have been reported in the past year in northern U.S. locales, including Minnesota, New Hampshire, and eastern Long Island, New York.
Kristy Douglas - Jun 19, 2017
Approximately 90% of cancer deaths occur only after metastasis, according to Jayatilaka, who said that she and her colleagues first made a breakthrough when they discovered two proteins.
Ian Marsh - Jun 15, 2017
Kompaje observed in his study that scientists lack a complete understanding of what causes conjoined twins.
Dirk Trudeau - Jun 15, 2017
The new drug, which is rubbed onto the skin, starts the process of making melanin.
Paul Pate - Jun 13, 2017
Most Americans don't think of whale-watching as an activity one can do in New York City, but conservationists say that may start to change.
Ian Marsh - Jun 05, 2017
The analysts observed 17 of the leading VC firms and compared their rates of funding women-owned companies.
Jose Jefferies - May 31, 2017
The researchers said that 90% of Hawaii's reefs now exhibit bleaching. Some areas have lost more than half their coral cover.
Mae Owen - May 28, 2017
The experimental method uses tilapia skin, which the researchers chose because it has a high concentration of collagens.
Carmelo Sheppard - May 11, 2017
She has been experimenting with the quickest way to get into the capsule for an experience she admits she's not keen to take.
Cliff Mooneyham - May 04, 2017
The same applies to males displaying their muscles to get attention from members of the opposite sex.
Jose Jefferies - Apr 19, 2017
David Sims - Apr 17, 2017
A new report has found that climate change has significant adverse effects on mental health.
Cliff Mooneyham - Apr 05, 2017
Scientists have discovered the fossilized remains of one of the planet's oldest creatures, in a World War I trench.
Jose Jefferies - Mar 31, 2017
Two Yale students have the pain of hangovers into a passion, and have developed a patent-pending anti-hangover formula that they say is 'based on science.'
Adam Widmer - Mar 23, 2017
The area is 151 miles across and has a minimum depth of approximately 2,700 feet.
James Carlin - Mar 14, 2017
Despite uncertainty over policy changes under the Trump administration, NASA is going ahead with plans for a cislunar pathway outpost for future human missions.
Carmelo Sheppard - Mar 14, 2017
NASA employs its special lunar observer locate strays and to monitor on-going missions.
Chad Young - Mar 10, 2017
Scientists say that they are one-third of the way to synthesizing the complete genome of baker's yeas
Clint Huston - Mar 06, 2017
Nasa scientists have proposed an audacious plan that could give Mars its atmosphere back and make it habitable for future human colonists.
Dirk Trudeau - Feb 08, 2017
A soccer ball that was on the ill-fated Challenger Space Shuttle has finally made it to space 30 years later.
James Carlin - Feb 02, 2017
Scientists at the University of Tübingen in Germany have developed a brain reading cap, which will help patients with locked-in syndrome to communicate with Doctors and their families.
Jeremy Morrow - Jan 31, 2017
The researchers sampled 12-year-olds from 77 families that had at least a pet and a child per family.
Cliff Mooneyham - 21 hours ago
Unique genetic insertions, called transposons, on the Williams-Beuren syndrome critical regions (WBSCR) were strongly associated with social traits, such as seeking out humans for physical contact.
Mae Owen - Jul 25, 2017
Earth's Moon may look bone-dry, but new satellite data indicates large volumes of water "hotspots" trapped within the lunar dust.
James Smith - Jul 25, 2017
A new study from scientists at Brown University finds surprisingly large amounts of water trapped inside volcanic deposits on the moon. The research is published in the journal Nature Geoscience.
Jason Spencer - Jul 25, 2017
A team of scientists has identified a fourth ocean sunfish species — making it the first new sunfish species to be discovered in 130 years.
Mae Owen - Jul 25, 2017
So as the existing pool of laborers grows older and more of them retire, not enough new immigrant workers are arriving to replace them.
Harry Marcolis - Jul 17, 2017
In the end, the GIF played back with 90 percent accuracy. And even when the team uploaded the movie backward, they could view the galloping horse in reverse.
Carmelo Sheppard - Jul 15, 2017
But some in the medical community are dubious about ingesting foreign substances, including chocolate.
Mae Owen - Jul 10, 2017
The pathogen, a bacterium called Xylella fastidiosa, turned up in a sample of 17 almond trees in eastern Valencia, according to Elena Cebrian, a local agricultural official.
Tyler Henderson - Jun 26, 2017
And the company may surpass its 2016 total on Sunday, when it is scheduled to launch another mission. SpaceX is aiming to achieve 20 to 24 missions total before the year is out.
Jeremy Morrow - Jun 24, 2017
Volk and Malhotra are hoping that the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope, set to begin operation in 2020, will unlock the mystery of missing Planet X.
James Carlin - Jun 24, 2017
A new study based on experiments with mice suggests that extra virgin olive oil may protect the brain from symptoms of Alzheimer's disease.
David Sims - Jun 21, 2017
The domesticated cat originated in ancient Egypt and the Near East about 10,000 years ago, according to a new genetic analysis.
James Smith - Jun 16, 2017
The satellite, named Micius after an ancient Chinese philosopher, successfully transmitted entangled photons between three widely separated land-based stations.
Chad Young - Jun 11, 2017
The fossilized hatchling was a member of the bird group known as enantiornithes, which disappeared along with dinosaurs some 65 million years ago.
Jason Spencer - Jun 09, 2017
Racial disparities may play out in military discipline, according to a study that finds that black U.S.
Lila Alexander - Jun 05, 2017
Macron went on to openly invite the U.S. researchers to come to France and work with like-minded French colleagues on creating long-term solutions to climate change.
James Carlin - Jun 05, 2017
The Stratolaunch airplane has already made one landmark accomplishment: It's set a new world record for the largest airplane on Earth.
Linda Mack - Jun 02, 2017
The United States may be out of the Paris climate agreement, but Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto said Thursday that his city is still in.
Vicky Webb - Jun 02, 2017
Musk has pursued a range of clean-energy technologies in the last few years, including electric cars, solar roof panels, and improvements in battery technology.
Lucas Rowe - May 31, 2017
NASA is set to announce an upcoming space mission that will fly an unmanned spacecraft into the outer edges of the sun.
Leon Clarke - May 31, 2017
The world's cities aren't just hotspots of population growth and commercial activity.
Josh Curlee - May 29, 2017
The world's largest living structure shrank dramatically in the last two years and will continue to do so in the face of warming sea temperatures.
James Carlin - May 26, 2017
For comparison, the grant total value of all of the currency on Earth is only around $60 trillion.
Cliff Mooneyham - May 15, 2017
Participants chose the picture of the partner as the one that was most similar to the brother 27 percent of the time, which is only s bit higher than random chance.
Adam Widmer - May 09, 2017
The United Nations Environment chief Eric Solheim warned on Thursday that the U.S would shoot itself in the foot if it quits the Paris climate accord.
Jeremy Morrow - May 04, 2017
Scientists believe that there are five main personality traits: openness, extroversion, neuroticism, agreeableness and conscientiousness.
Chad Young - May 04, 2017
According to scientists, the drill can perform a certain type of complex cranial surgery 50 times faster than its common practice.
Alex Bourque - Apr 29, 2017
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced on Friday that it will be taking down climate data from several websites.
James Smith - Apr 21, 2017
US Scientists are conducting a massive computer simulation to work out how the city of New York would respond to a nuclear attack in the heart of Manhattan.
James Carlin - Apr 18, 2017
A landmark scientific study has shattered the belief that salty food makes living organisms crave a drink.
Jason Spencer - Mar 24, 2017
Scientists in Germany are turning on what is being described as 'the world's largest artificial sun.'
Harry Marcolis - Mar 20, 2017
Professor Stephen Hawking has revealed he is planning to travel into space on Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Atlantic.
Wilson Soto - Mar 09, 2017
The bill includes the aerospace's long term ambition of sending humans to Mars by 2033.
James Carlin - Mar 09, 2017
Dr. Dresler added that if one uses these strategic mnemonic training memory strategies, they can considerably increase their memory, even if it was awful at the start.
Aaron Sims - Feb 28, 2017
The hoversurf has a traditional motorbike design combining it with quodcopter technology with the result being an electric powered hoverbike that can lift itself up mounted by a pilot.
Adam Widmer - Feb 28, 2017
Researchers have said that the sighting will provide a laboratory of sorts that will enable them to study distant worlds and the possibility of a search for signs of life beyond Earth.
Ian Marsh - Feb 28, 2017
Despite the challenges, SpaceX was back at it in January with the successful launch of Falcon 9 which took place at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
James Smith - Feb 18, 2017
Cleveland Cavaliers guard, Kyrie Irving, is sticking by his belief that the Earth is flat.
Harry Marcolis - Feb 09, 2017
The Pentagon statement confirmed the news in the Arab world that al-Masri had been killed.
James Carlin - Feb 08, 2017
At least seven tornadoes tore through New Orleans and the surrounding areas, leaving destruction in their path.
Alex Bourque - Feb 02, 2017
Adults and children who suffer from Aspergers have problems with social interactions and exhibit a restricted range of interests and repetitive behavior.
James Smith - Feb 02, 2017
This is in the form of fluorinated chemicals(PFASs). These are usually favored for their grease repellant properties but can be harmful to our health according to the study.
Aaron Sims - Jan 31, 2017
Chinese researchers have found microfossils that could be the human races' earliest ancestors.
Jason Spencer - Jan 27, 2017
After this success, the company is now planning to work on a device for patients who have a damaged optic nerve and will be called Orion.
Adam Widmer - Jan 27, 2017
In December an unmanned cargo ship carrying supplies for the International Space Station, fell apart six minutes after lift-off.
Harry Marcolis - Jan 17, 2017
Ian Marsh - Jan 16, 2017
Killer Whales have a lifespan of around 90 years, but reach menopause in their 30's to 40's.
Jeremy Morrow - Jan 11, 2017
Though it was not on a collision course for earth, it still passed by incredibly close.
Jeremy Morrow - Jan 10, 2017
Instinctively again the spider went for the meal on the right.
Jason Spencer - Jan 04, 2017
A new study is backing the decision from NOAA to readjust its global temperature dataset.