Tesla Debuts Its New Crossover SUV Model, Tesla X

Tesla Announced All Cars Will Now Contain Self-Driving Hardware - Is It Safe For Consumers? Will Tesla Be Liable For Accidents?

By Eileen Smith - Oct 20, 2016 07:06 AM EDT

Are you ready to be drive around by your own car powered by Tesla's technology?

Before 2016 Ends "SuperMoon" Will Lighten Your Year

By Theena - Oct 20, 2016 07:29 PM EDT

The supermoon phenomenon will occur three consecutive months of 2016. The first was on October 16, next will be on November 14 and December 14.

Updates on ESA's ExoMars 2016 Mission: Schiaparelli Lander on Mars

By Staff Reporter - Oct 19, 2016 03:28 PM EDT

Most of the world is expecting the landing of Schiaparelli Lander on Mars but but no signal from it has been received so far. The ExoMars mission was hoping to land the Schiaparelli Lander at 3:48pm UK time.

Leading Oxford Scientist Gives His View on Chances of Alien Life on Mars

By Theena - Oct 19, 2016 03:29 PM EDT

Dr. Wilson gave his view for the case of aliens life on Mars.

Human Cells Atlas Project: Bringing Together The Community of World-Leadings Scientist In Mapping Out All Human Cells That Would Revolutionize The Biomedicine

By Theena - Oct 19, 2016 03:29 PM EDT

"Human Cells Atlas Project" is a collection of maps that will describe and define every cell in the human body whether healthy or diseased.

Esophageal Rupture After Ghost Pepper Ingestion Case: Reminds ER Doctors To Be Aware Of Spontaneous Esophageal Rupture "Boerhaave Syndrome"

By Theena - Oct 20, 2016 02:25 AM EDT

Emergency Physicians were advised to be more aware of "spontaneous esophageal rupture" or medically known as Boerhaave syndrome after a reported incident of a man in California who entered a ghost pepper-eating contest landed himself in the hospital with a 1-inch hole in his esophagus.

Brian Cox Explains Why All Efforts To Search For Aliens Will Ultimately Proves Futile?

By Theena - Oct 20, 2016 02:25 AM EDT

Professor Brian Cox who is best known in presenting Stargazing Live and Wonders Of The Universe, believes it is unlikely we will ever succeed in encountering aliens - because intelligent life has a propensity to destroy itself not long after it evolves.

Brain Study Unlocks "Why Women Are More Vulnerable To Have An Eating Disorders Than Men?"

By Theena - Oct 20, 2016 02:25 AM EDT

Research study on "Illusory Obesity Triggers Body Dissatisfaction Responses in the Insula and Anterior Cingulate Cortexon" unlocks the neurobiological underpinnings why women are more vulnerable to have eating disorders than men, as publish in the journal Cerebral Cortex.

'Dracula's Castle' Is A Temporary Residence For A Couple Who Wins The Airbnb Contest; Everything That We Need To Know!

By Ikee Winters - Oct 18, 2016 08:54 AM EDT

"Dracula's Castle" can be a house for the night to those lucky enough to win a contest from Airbnb. For more than 70 years the castle is open to the public in this Halloween offer.

Taylor Swift Donates $1M Pledge To Louisiana Flood Victims

By R. A. Jayme - Oct 18, 2016 05:41 AM EDT

After Louisiana was struck with devastating torrential rains, causing massive flooding that killed at least 11 people, Taylor Swift has pledged a $1 million relief donation to the state.

Hong Kong Euthanized World's Oldest Panda Jia Jia

By R. A. Jayme - Oct 18, 2016 05:40 AM EDT

The 38-year-old world's oldest panda in captivity, Jia Jia, was euthanized Sunday at the Hong Kong theme park where she lived because of rapid health deterioration, with greatly reduced food consumption and a marked decrease in weight.

Researchers Discovery Of Two Subtypes Of Crohn’s Disease Helps Doctors To Find The Best Therapeutic Course For Each Patient

By Theena - Oct 17, 2016 11:13 PM EDT

Research conducted by University of North Carolina School of Medicine has discovered two subtypes of the disease - with different gene expressions and clinical features - that may reveal why such variations in disease progression surface between patients.

FDA Issues Safety Warning For Premature Battery Depletion Of St. Jude Medical Implanted Defibrillators That Caused Two Deaths Of People

By Theena - Oct 17, 2016 11:12 PM EDT

The Food and Drug Administration has issued a safety warning communication on Oct. 11 as published on its website. The safety warning is for premature battery depletion of St. Jude Medical Implanted Defibrillators.

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